Honors & Awards

  • Academic All-Big Ten (2022, 2023)
  • Big Ten Goalkeeper of the Week (Aug. 24, Aug. 31)
  • Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll (Fall 2021; Spring 2022)
  • Tom Osborne Citizenship Team (2023, 2024)

2023 (Senior)
Sami Hauk started all 24 games and led the team in minutes played with 2,140 minutes. Hauk earned 91 saves and tallied three complete-game shutouts and seven total blank sheets. She collected a season-high eight saves in Nebraska’s 3-2 road win over Northwestern on Oct. 1. During the season, Hauk allowed 29 goals and had a goals against average of 1.22.

2022 (Junior)
Hauk started all 20 games and played every minute during her second season at Nebraska. Hauk collected 77 saves and recorded five complete-game shutouts. She allowed 33 goals on the season to help NU to an 8-7-5 record overall. Her season high of 13 saves came on Oct. 20 to help the team upset No. 24 Penn State at home. Hauk also had a pair of four-save efforts in Big Ten play. In all, she compiled a goals against average of 1.65 during the 2022 campaign.

2021 (Sophomore)
Hauk started 10 games at goal and collected 42 saves, while allowing 12 goals. Hauk, who earned back-to-back Goalkeeper of the Week honors, posted three shutouts during the season and saw 907 minutes of action in total. She managed a season-high nine saves against Oklahoma on Aug. 29 and recorded five or more saves in four games.

Before Nebraska (Arizona):
Hauk spent one season at the University of Arizona. In 2020-21, she made an appearance against New Mexico State and logged 17 minutes in the goal. 

High School:
Hauk attended Denton Guyer High School, where she helped the team to a Bi-District Championship in 2019. Individually in 2019, she recorded 10 shutouts. Over the span of her high school career, Hauk was named to the soccer All-District first team and achieved two letters in soccer, four letters in track and two letters on the bass fishing team. 

Other Information:
Hauk played club soccer for Dallas Texans DA under Coach Jon Patterson, where she was team captain and named MVP in 2019.

Personal Information:
Sami is the daughter of David and Julie Hauk, and was born on Nov. 1, 2001. Sami has two brothers, Tyler and Bryce and a sister in law, Mariele. Sami is majoring in Sports Media and Communications and earned spots on the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll in the fall and spring semesters of 2021-22.

Hauk on Nebraska:
"Nebraska offers a competitive atmosphere on the field and in the classroom. The academics and post-college opportunities are hard to pass up! After the first conversations with the coaches, I knew I wanted to become a part of this program. I'm so blessed to spend these next four years as a Husker!"