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Brave effort for RL.

Are the Hauser boys and their AD related to [h]Betsy of WIAA fame[/h]?

You're probably referring to [h]Deb Hauser[/h] from the WIAA.

I don't believe she's related to Sam or his dad. If she is, it would be that Sam's dad & Deb are brother & sister, making Deb, Sam's aunt. But again, I don't believe that's the case.


Is Deb married? If so, it could be her husband that is related. The AD is Stephanie Hauser who the announcer said was a 3 sport star at UW-Superior and her husband was a good athlete at UMD. Seems kind of a coincidence that all these Hausers live in Point and Deb works for the WIAA. Anyone know Stephanie's maiden name?

Don't believe any of them are natives of Stevens Point.

Sam & Joey's dad, Dave, who played at UM-Duluth is an Oshkosh West alum.

https://www.linkedin.com/pub/dave-hauser/36/4ba/246

Saw on twitter from New London superfan BNE55 that Sam and Joey used to live in New London

Not so sure that fits the family's timeline ... their dad, Dave Hauser taught & coached at Winneconne (west of Oshkosh) from 1999-2007. Since 2007, the father has taught & coached at Stevens Point. That accounts for 16 years. The sons are 15 & 17 yrs old respectively. If they lived in New London, before Winneconne, Sam would've been a year old while Joey would've been an embryo.

[H]WE ARE IN NEED OF A GENEALOGIST HERE![/H]

According to my mapping program, Winneconne and New London are only about 25 miles apart, pretty easy commute. I have to admit that curiosity got me to write an email to Deb at the WIAA, just to see if she could shed some light on this. She'll probably tell me to go to hell...but...
Possibilities ... if Deb Hauser replies, please fill us in, coachcc.
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Possibilities ... if Deb Hauser replies, please fill us in, coachcc.

Surprisingly enough, she did, and confirmed what Travis said. She is no relation. Quite a coincidence though. She said she wishes she was because they are great athletes and great kids.
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Possibilities ... if Deb Hauser replies, please fill us in, coachcc.

Surprisingly enough, she did, and confirmed what Travis said. She is no relation. Quite a coincidence though. She said she wishes she was because they are great athletes and great kids.

OK, based on input from WIAC, Bne55, Baller, Travis, yourself coach and myself this is what I surmise: The family lived in New London from around 1999-2007 while the father, Dave taught & coached in Winneconne and the mother, Stephanie, was New London's AD during that time. Dave must've commuted the 25 miles, to & fro, each day from New London to Winneconne. Sam & Joey must've attended New London schools. The family moved to Stevens Point in 2007 with Dave becoming the SPASH girls head coach and Stephanie becoming SPASH's AD. The rest, as they say, is history.

If Dave, Stephanie, Sam or Joey come across these ridiculous posts, feel free to put all of us losers out of our misery by filling in the blanks, Thanks!
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iwishiwasaballer
mickjagger wrote:
coachcc wrote:
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Possibilities ... if Deb Hauser replies, please fill us in, coachcc.

Surprisingly enough, she did, and confirmed what Travis said. She is no relation. Quite a coincidence though. She said she wishes she was because they are great athletes and great kids.

OK, based on input from WIAC, Bne55, Baller, Travis, yourself coach and myself this is what I surmise: The family lived in New London from around 1999-2007 while the father, Dave taught & coached in Winneconne and the mother, Stephanie, was New London's AD during that time. Dave must've commuted the 25 miles, to & fro, each day from New London to Winneconne. Sam & Joey must've attended New London schools. The family moved to Stevens Point in 2007 with Dave becoming the SPASH girls head coach and Stephanie becoming SPASH's AD. The rest, as they say, is history.

If Dave, Stephanie, Sam or Joey come across these ridiculous posts, feel free to put all of us losers out of our misery by filling in the blanks, Thanks!


I decided to do some research on this and came across this UMD newsletter from 2010 with an alumni update on Dave Hauser on Page 4.

Notable excerpt from the lengthy article which clears up some of this.

In 1993, Dave moved to
Hortonville, WI, where he was a junior high school physical education teacher and basketball coach.
Also, in the fall of 1993, he married, the former, Steph Fermanich sister to UMD teammate Barry
Fermanich. Next up...was West DePere High School, where his lengthy stay kept him there for 5
years. But, the river kept calling his name, and in 1999, Hauser followed the river to Winneconne
High School, where in 2002 he attained a conference championship. As Credence Clearwater Revival
Sang, ?big wheel keeps on turning...rolling on a river? in 2004 to New London, WI.
As Dave was carving a niche as a basketball coach, Steph Hauser had taught and coached at Green
Bay Southwest, Bay Port, and Pulaski. In 2003, Steph switched duties to administration and was
named Assistant Principal/ Athletic Director for New London High School. When the Head Basketball
job opened, it marked the first time that Steph and Dave were educating and coaching in the same
district. Therefore, 12 years elapsed with an extensive, family shuttling system. The time was worth
the wait, however, there were bigger fish to fry. In 2007, Steph was named Athletic Director at
Stevens Point Area Senior High School and Dave accepted an Elementary Physical Education teaching
position.
Through the many travels pursuing their careers Dave and Steph have 3 children Nicki, a sophomore,
Sam, a seventh grader, and Joe, a fifth grader. There lives are a little more settled having everyone in
the same city and school district. The Hauser?s enjoy Stevens Point because of the school districts
size, tradition, and opportunities.
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iwishiwasaballer wrote:
mickjagger wrote:
coachcc wrote:
mickjagger wrote:
Possibilities ... if Deb Hauser replies, please fill us in, coachcc.

Surprisingly enough, she did, and confirmed what Travis said. She is no relation. Quite a coincidence though. She said she wishes she was because they are great athletes and great kids.

OK, based on input from WIAC, Bne55, Baller, Travis, yourself coach and myself this is what I surmise: The family lived in New London from around 1999-2007 while the father, Dave taught & coached in Winneconne and the mother, Stephanie, was New London's AD during that time. Dave must've commuted the 25 miles, to & fro, each day from New London to Winneconne. Sam & Joey must've attended New London schools. The family moved to Stevens Point in 2007 with Dave becoming the SPASH girls head coach and Stephanie becoming SPASH's AD. The rest, as they say, is history.

If Dave, Stephanie, Sam or Joey come across these ridiculous posts, feel free to put all of us losers out of our misery by filling in the blanks, Thanks!


I decided to do some research on this and came across this UMD newsletter from 2010 with an alumni update on Dave Hauser on Page 4.

Notable excerpt from the lengthy article which clears up some of this.

In 1993, Dave moved to
Hortonville, WI, where he was a junior high school physical education teacher and basketball coach.
Also, in the fall of 1993, he married, the former, Steph Fermanich sister to UMD teammate Barry
Fermanich. Next up...was West DePere High School, where his lengthy stay kept him there for 5
years. But, the river kept calling his name, and in 1999, Hauser followed the river to Winneconne
High School, where in 2002 he attained a conference championship. As Credence Clearwater Revival
Sang, ?big wheel keeps on turning...rolling on a river? in 2004 to New London, WI.
As Dave was carving a niche as a basketball coach, Steph Hauser had taught and coached at Green
Bay Southwest, Bay Port, and Pulaski. In 2003, Steph switched duties to administration and was
named Assistant Principal/ Athletic Director for New London High School. When the Head Basketball
job opened, it marked the first time that Steph and Dave were educating and coaching in the same
district. Therefore, 12 years elapsed with an extensive, family shuttling system. The time was worth
the wait, however, there were bigger fish to fry. In 2007, Steph was named Athletic Director at
Stevens Point Area Senior High School and Dave accepted an Elementary Physical Education teaching
position.
Through the many travels pursuing their careers Dave and Steph have 3 children Nicki, a sophomore,
Sam, a seventh grader, and Joe, a fifth grader. There lives are a little more settled having everyone in
the same city and school district. The Hauser?s enjoy Stevens Point because of the school districts
size, tradition, and opportunities.

Thanks, Baller !
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coachcc wrote:
Are we in for two more routs tonight? Do Rice Lake or Stevens Point have a chance?

Of course SPASH has a chance ... as good a chance as Germantown does.

Do you have doubts about SPASH being deserving of being in the championship game? Have you looked at their schedule/results? Have you seen them play? Potentially 3 starters are D-1 bound when their prep playing days are finished.

If SPASH wins tonight, this possibly could be the front-end of a 2X championship run.

The Panthers belong in this game, they will show up tonight.
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Not good news for fans of the D2 game tonight.... Henry Ellenson is out with a broken left hand. Has to exponentially improve Mt. Horeb's chances.


Seriously? Did he get hurt in yesterday's game? I was traveling yesterday and didn't see any games until the last one.


Played the entire second half with it.

Can't believe he wouldn't at least give it a go with a soft cast.

[h]Hope this wasn't a Wojo call.[/h]

One of the first thoughts that came to my mind also .... I wouldn't rule it out.

If not Wojo, possibly Henry's dad on the call ...
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RL is surprising so far--hope they can keep it up.

I saw SPASH crush Superior in the sectional final and was very impressed with them. G-town just has such a roll going. I just hope for a great game.
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mickjagger wrote:
db11 wrote:
coachcc wrote:
whfan202 wrote:
Not good news for fans of the D2 game tonight.... Henry Ellenson is out with a broken left hand. Has to exponentially improve Mt. Horeb's chances.


Seriously? Did he get hurt in yesterday's game? I was traveling yesterday and didn't see any games until the last one.


Played the entire second half with it.

Can't believe he wouldn't at least give it a go with a soft cast.

[h]Hope this wasn't a Wojo call.[/h]

One of the first thoughts that came to my mind also .... I wouldn't rule it out


It sounds more like a doctor's call to me.
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kenny78 wrote:
mickjagger wrote:
db11 wrote:
coachcc wrote:
whfan202 wrote:
Not good news for fans of the D2 game tonight.... Henry Ellenson is out with a broken left hand. Has to exponentially improve Mt. Horeb's chances.


Seriously? Did he get hurt in yesterday's game? I was traveling yesterday and didn't see any games until the last one.


Played the entire second half with it.

Can't believe he wouldn't at least give it a go with a soft cast.

[h]Hope this wasn't a Wojo call.[/h]

One of the first thoughts that came to my mind also .... I wouldn't rule it out.

If not Wojo, possibly Henry's dad on the call ...

It sounds more like a doctor's call to me.

Mt Horeb 38
Rice Lake (without Ellenson) 36

End of 3rd Qtr
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coachcc
Nice research, guys. I can always depend on you to come through. Seems like this all adds up and satisfies my curiosity. No one answered my Crotteau/Rice Lake question though. (Not trying to start anything mind you.)
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coachcc wrote:
Nice research, guys. I can always depend on you to come through. Seems like this all adds up and satisfies my curiosity. No one answered my Crotteau/Rice Lake question though. (Not trying to start anything mind you.)


I have no answer for you there, but I'm pretty sure that Crotteau is the most popular surname in Rice Lake....seems like they've had a lot of them playing sports for the Warriors over the years.
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