We've all been spelling Steve Hauschka's name wrong. We're sorry, Steve
Oct 21 2016 by Kathy Alvarado
A photographer checked with Hauschka and learned that the kicker's first name actually is spelled "Stephen" rather than "Steven". "Just go with Steven, with a 'v'".
A new report from Q13 this week revealed that the Seattle Seahawks kicker has been going by the wrong name since a mixup in college. Hauschka appeared on a "Why Not Me Pets" segment on KCPQ-13 in Seattle.
Thanks to "a little mix-up" when he was in college, the world has been spelling the name of the Seattle Seahawks' kicker wrong for years.
As bad as it is to go through life without anyone actually knowing how to spell your name, Hauschka doesn't really mind.
Someone at N.C. State wrote down his name as Steven and not Stephen, and that was that.
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Hauschka told Condotta that it dated back to when he enrolled at N.C. State in 2007 for his final college season, after spending the first part of his college career at Division III Middlebury (Vt.) College. So I didn't want to say anything.
"Ah, just keep doing what you've been doing", he said breezily. His miss last weekend against Atlanta was stunning because it was his first one in 11 tries this season and only his third miss in 42 field-goal attempts spanning two years.
And in one of the weirder National Football League stories you'll find, it turns out we've all been misspelling his name this entire time.
At the end of the day, the talented kicker doesn't even want this controversy because he prefers to be called Steve.