UNIVERSITY OF HARTFORD
Rob Sawicki 6'10 225 C
Sawicki has mid-range skills, can put the ball on the floor and is a good passer
passer in the post.
1999-2000: Led the Hawks with 18 points and a career-high 16 rebounds at Vermont. Scored 15 points in the loss to Holy Cross
Had 11 points with nine rebounds and four assists against Vermont. Scored 21 points with 11 rebounds in the Phoenix Classic Championship
game against Central Connecticut.
1998-1999: In his first year with the Hawks, led the team in rebounding (6.5 rpg). Matched his career-high with 21 points in win against
Boston University. Notched his fifth double-double of the year with a career-best 21 points and 12 rebounds against Maine.
1997-1998: Sat out the season as a transfer student.
1996-1997: At University of South Alabama he appeared in a total of eight games and averaged 6.0 minutes and scored 13 points and
pulled down 12 rebounds in those eight appearances.
High School: At Wayne Hills High School he was amed a Street & Smith's Honorable Mention All-America and was nominated to the
McDonald's All Aericanm game in 1995-96 as a senior. He was invited to attend the adidas ABCD Camp for the top 100 players in the nation.
Averaged 25 points, 14-plus rebounds and six blocks over his junior and senior seasons. Holds Wayne Hills school record for rebounds and
blocked shots. Led his high school team to the Group IV state sectional championship as a junior
Sawicki is a strong inside player who has the ability to play on the perimeter. He is an active rebounder
and will rank among the top rebounders in the league. His offensive skills are improving every time he steps onto the court. He will
more than likely average close to a double-double this year. Sawicki has definite pro potential, whether it be in the IBA, CBA, IBL, or
overseas, because players with his combination of height and skill are not easy to find.