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Brad Hauter '87 Publishes Counter Terrorism, Produces New TV Show

October 20, 2004

hauter-ct-book.jpgOctober 20, 2004, Greencastle, Ind. - Brad Hauter, head men's and women's soccer coach at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology and a 1987 graduate of DePauw University, has published a new book, Counter Terrorism. In the text, Hauter tells the story of a squirrel that teaches a boy a better way to live.

Read more about the book at Amazon.com by clicking here.

Hauter, in his fourth season as women's head coach and second year as men's head mentor, helped lead both squads to a single-season school record for wins in 2003. Hauter lifted the women to a 13-4-2 mark, while the men finished 9-9-1.  Both teams received regional rankings for their efforts in the competitive Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference. A former professional soccer player, Brad Hauter was inducted earlier this month into the DePauw Athletic Hall of Fame (read more here).

Hauter is also the founder and director of "Off the Streets", a non-profit organization formed in Chicago to help the homeless. He authored a soccer coaching manual entitled The Invisible Game in 1994, and has directed camps at various levels for 10 years. He was also an ESPN "Play of the Day" last year when he rode a lawn mower more than 5,000 miles cross-country, raising $200,000 for Keep America Beautiful (read more here).  That feat bested the Guinness Book World Record Hauter set in 1999, when he rode a lawnmower 4,000 miles to benefit the same organization. Hauter also produces a television program, Junk'd, which airs Saturdays at noon on Indianapolis PBS affiliate WFYI/Channel 20 and can also be seen on DirecTV channel 321 at 5 p.m. Saturdays.

Read more about Brad Hauter by clicking here.

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