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Monday, Mar 4, 2024

Siefer’s Scoop podcast: Steve Hauschka ’07, Middlebury football kicker, 2014 Super Bowl champion

Steve Hauschka ’07 started playing football when he was a sophomore at Middlebury College. As a Panther, he set program records in career field goals (20) and most field goals in a season (10). (Courtesy of Middlebury Athletic Communications)
Steve Hauschka ’07 started playing football when he was a sophomore at Middlebury College. As a Panther, he set program records in career field goals (20) and most field goals in a season (10). (Courtesy of Middlebury Athletic Communications)

Link: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3DJUl5hWKHMuqCVMQ1DRQY?si=dbcd95180af3410f

On the first Siefer’s Scoop episode of the spring semester, Steve Hauschka ’07 appears on the podcast. Originally a JV soccer player at Middlebury, Hauschka joined the football team his sophomore year and immediately became a star. After graduating, Hauschka played one graduate season at North Carolina State before embarking on a 13-year NFL career. On this episode, Hauschka discusses his four years at Middlebury, his path to the NFL and what it was like to play in — and win — a Super Bowl in 2014.


Blaise Siefer

Blaise Siefer ‘23.5 is a sports staff writer.


Siefer is majoring in Sociology and minoring in Spanish.


For three semesters in 2021 and 2022, Siefer served as Senior Sports Editor. He also co-founded a Middlebury sports recap podcast, PFL Weekly, which is released on all major streaming platforms every Tuesday. 


Siefer is also the Co-Founder and Co-President of Middlebury Club Soccer.


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