Players

Steven Hauschka
K #4
Height:
6-4
Weight:
210
Age:
29
College:
North Carolina State
Hometown:
Needham, Mass.
Experience:
7

Quick Stats (2014):

FGA
5
FGM
4
PCT
80
LNG
35
Career Stats
SeasonTeamGamesOverall FGsOverall FgsPATKickoffs
GGSBlkLngFG AttFGMPctXP AttXPMPctBlkKOAvgTBRetAvg
TOTAL 4 54 119 102 85.7 173 170 98.3 3 381 65.6 130 243 23.2
2014 SEA 3 0 0 35 5 4 80 9 9 100 0 16 64.3 11 5 17.8
2013 SEA 16 0 1 53 35 33 94.3 44 44 100 0 94 65.8 48 44 24
2012 SEA 16 0 1 52 27 24 88.9 48 46 95.8 2 87 65.9 36 49 23.1
2011 SEA 16 0 2 52 30 25 83.3 34 34 100 0 75 66.3 26 48 26
2010 DEN 4 0 0 46 7 6 85.7 10 10 100 0 20 61.2 2 16 23.7
2009 ATL 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
2009 BAL 9 0 0 44 13 9 69.2 28 27 96.4 1 46 65.7 3 42 20.1
2008 BAL 8 0 0 54 2 1 50 0 0 -- 0 43 65.9 4 39 22.7
Recent Games
WKOppResultOverall FGsPATKickoffs
BlkLngFG AttFGMPctXP AttXPMPctBlkKOAvgTBRetAvg
1 GB W 36-16 0 35 2 2 100 4 4 100 0 7 67.6 3 4 --
2 @SD L 21-30 0 0 0 0 -- 3 3 100 0 4 57.5 3 1 --
3 DEN W 26-20 0 28 3 2 66.7 2 2 100 0 5 65 5 0 --

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Biography

HOW ACQUIRED:
Claimed by Seattle via waivers September 4, 2011, after being released by Denver on the final cut.

NFL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• Originally signed by Minnesota as an undrafted free agent on May 2, 2008. Was waived by the Vikings August 30, 2008, and claimed by Baltimore the following day. Waived by Baltimore September 9, 2008, and signed to their practice squad two days later. Signed to the Ravens active roster October 30, 2008. Was waived the following season on November 18, 2009, before signing with the Atlanta Falcons December 29, 2009. Was waived by Atlanta the following camp on August 16, 2010, and claimed August 17 by Detroit. Was waived by Detroit September 4, 2010, and signed with Denver later that season on December 11, 2010.
• Holds the longest streak in team history with at least one field goal made in 14-consecutive games (2011-12), and holds the longest attempt of 61 yards vs. Atlanta (10/2/11) and at Detroit (10/28/12).
• Had a career-high 118 points in 2012 after converting 24 of 27 field goals and 46 of 48 PATs.
• Tied the club record with a career-high five field goals made in five attempts vs. Baltimore (11/13/11), in which those FGs accounted for five of Seattle’s six scores in a 22-17 win.
• Connected on 16-of-22 (.727) field goals during his career with Denver (2010) and Baltimore (2008-09).
• Made 9-of-13 field goals (.692) and 27-of-28 extra points in nine games during the 2009 season with Baltimore.

COLLEGE:
Ended collegiate career as a graduate student at North Carolina State and connecting on 16-of-18 field goals in lone season of eligibility and was named a Lou Groza Award finalist. Led the Atlantic Coast Conference and ranked sixth in school history with an .889 field goal percentage. Graduated Middlebury College in Vermont, where he kicked three seasons connecting on 20-of-28 career attempts. Named first team all-conference as a kicker and punter senior year and earned second-team honors at both positions after sophomore and junior seasons.

PERSONAL:
Played soccer at Needham (Mass.) High School. Also played soccer and lacrosse at Middlebury, earning a degree in neuroscience.

HOW ACQUIRED:
Claimed by Seattle via waivers September 4, 2011, after being released by Denver on the final cut.

NFL CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:
• Originally signed by Minnesota as an undrafted free agent on May 2, 2008. Was waived by the Vikings August 30, 2008, and claimed by Baltimore the following day. Waived by Baltimore September 9, 2008, and signed to their practice squad two days later. Signed to the Ravens active roster October 30, 2008. Was waived the following season on November 18, 2009, before signing with the Atlanta Falcons December 29, 2009. Was waived by Atlanta the following camp on August 16, 2010, and claimed August 17 by Detroit. Was waived by Detroit September 4, 2010, and signed with Denver later that season on December 11, 2010.
• Holds the longest streak in team history with at least one field goal made in 14-consecutive games (2011-12), and holds the longest attempt of 61 yards vs. Atlanta (10/2/11) and at Detroit (10/28/12).
• Had a career-high 118 points in 2012 after converting 24 of 27 field goals and 46 of 48 PATs.
• Tied the club record with a career-high five field goals made in five attempts vs. Baltimore (11/13/11), in which those FGs accounted for five of Seattle’s six scores in a 22-17 win.
• Connected on 16-of-22 (.727) field goals during his career with Denver (2010) and Baltimore (2008-09).
• Made 9-of-13 field goals (.692) and 27-of-28 extra points in nine games during the 2009 season with Baltimore.

COLLEGE:
Ended collegiate career as a graduate student at North Carolina State and connecting on 16-of-18 field goals in lone season of eligibility and was named a Lou Groza Award finalist. Led the Atlantic Coast Conference and ranked sixth in school history with an .889 field goal percentage. Graduated Middlebury College in Vermont, where he kicked three seasons connecting on 20-of-28 career attempts. Named first team all-conference as a kicker and punter senior year and earned second-team honors at both positions after sophomore and junior seasons.

PERSONAL:
Played soccer at Needham (Mass.) High School. Also played soccer and lacrosse at Middlebury, earning a degree in neuroscience.