During his four years on "the Hill" at Hampden-Sydney, Stephen Waskey became one of the top pass receivers in school history. He is the Hampden-Sydney record holder, with at least one pass reception in 29 consecutive games. His 1,648 career receiving yards ranks fourth on the H-SC chart, while his 108 career receptions is fifth-best.
A two-time All-American as a split end, Waskey earned All-ODAC honors three times, including first team honors as a junior and senior and second team accolades as a sophomore. As a junior, he led the ODAC with 44 receptions and 602 receiving yards. His 44 receptions is the fifth-best mark in H-SC history. A star on and off the field, he was awarded the Gammon Cup in 1990 as Hampden-Sydney's top student-athlete.
Waskey graduated with a B.A. in Managerial Economics in 1990. He currently lives in Roanoke and is a financial advisor and investment officer for First Union Securities. He and his wife, Karen, have a son, Stephen Brooks.