2018: A transfer from Northern Arizona, Hauck joined the team in time for spring drills … Has been granted a waiver by the Big Sky and NCAA to compete in the 2018 season … As a redshirt freshman, Hauck earned the starting safety position and impressed with seven total tackles (four solo tackles) and a PBU in his first ever college football game vs. UNI (9/1) ... Hauck made a solid contribution to his team’s win vs. Drake (9/8) putting up 6 tackles and 0.5 TFL’s ... The young safety recorded 11 tackles against Western Illinois (9/15) ... Hauck raised eyebrows once again recording a career-high 17 tackles against Cal Poly (9/29) ... The stand-out redshirt freshman continues to light up the Big Sky Conference recording 11 tackles and half a TFL vs. Portland State (10/6) ... Hauck had himself a solid day of production recording 8 tackles, half a TFL, and a pass break-up vs. #6 UC Davis (10/27) ... In addition to a TFL, Hauck led his team in solo tackles as he recorded 7 (just one short of his career-high) at Southern Utah (11/3) ... Hauck contributed to his team’s road victory over Idaho (11/10) with 6 total tackles and 2 pass break-ups on the day.
2017 - at NAU: Was a redshirt
High School: Competed at Del Norte under head coach Pat Coleman … Spent his first-two seasons at Coronado High School … Set school records for tackles and led the league and division… Finished third in the state in tackles … Was a four-time team MVP … Also competed in basketball, where he was a two-time Defensive MVP
Personal: Parents are Bobby and Stacy Hauck of Missoula… Father Bobby Hauck is the head coach for the University of Montana football team... Uncle Tim Hauck played in the secondary for Montana and earned All-American accolades in 1988 and 1989 and is currently the safeties coach for the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles.