Named to the All-Big East second team...named tri-captain for the 2004 season...finished the season with four touchdown catches...earned the nod as the starter at tight end and started all 12 games...had three catches for 16 yards at Ball State...three catches for 26 yards, including one 6-yard touchdown reception vs. Penn State...one catch for seven yards vs. Connecticut...two receptions for 33 yards at Wake Forest...one solo vs. Massachusetts...one catch for two yards at Notre Dame... four receptions for a career-best 87 yards and one touchdown vs. Rutgers...also had a career-best 38-yard reception in that game...three catches for 10 yards, including a one-yard touchdown catch at West Virginia to give the Eagles a 24-7 cushion at halftime...made one solo tackle against Syracuse...had five catches for 37 yards, including a touchdown grab, in BC's 37-24 Continental Tire Bowl victory over North Carolina.
Saw significant action in all 13 games and should lay claim to the starting tight end spot with the departure of senior Sean Ryan...also nailed down the position of BC's starting long snapper midway through the season...finished the season with 18 catches for 262 yards (14.6 avg.), four touchdowns...excellent game vs. Wake Forest included his first career touchdown reception, an eight-yard catch from Quinton Porter in the opening drive of the game...finished the game with four catches for 84 yards, one touchdown, long catch of 28 yards...one touchdown reception for 29 yards, two solos vs. Connecticut...three catches for 21 yards, two assists vs. Ball State, two catches for 15 yards vs. Temple...two catches for 27 yards, one TD reception at Syracuse...two receptions for 41 yards including a 26-yard TD pass from Porter vs. Notre Dame....two catches for 30 yards in the Diamond Walnut San Francisco Bowl game vs. Colorado State.
Saw significant action at tight end; listed at number three on the depth chart, behind Sean Ryan and Frank Misurelli...finished the season with 7 catches for 63 yards, including a season long of 25...snagged that 25-yard pass in the Connecticut game...outstanding game vs. Central Michigan - five catches for 33 yards, including a 17-yarder, his career best to date...one catch for six yards vs. Navy.
Competed for experience and increased playing time at tight end.
Did not see any action and was redshirted.
Earned SuperPrep All-America honors as a senior tight end/defensive end at Staples High School...also captured all-state first-team honors from the Hartford Courant and the New Haven Register...was a two-time all-conference selection...was a Connecticut Post all-star first team choice...registered 529 receiving yards in 1999; scored 10 touchdowns...posted 300 receiving yards and four touchdowns as a junior...was a two-year starter for head coach Marce Petroccio...also starred on Staples' basketball team, capturing all-conference honors in each of his four seasons.
David William Kashetta, born August 30, 1981...enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences with a major in communications...Dave and his younger brother Daniel are the sons of Deidre and Bill Kashetta.