NOTE: Hauser-Ramsey is a draftee that has been invited to preseason
During his senior year he was named co-captain prior to the season and appeared and started in 20 games. Was AAC All-Conference First Team selection and took home the conference’s Defensive Player of the Year award. Selected to United Soccer All-East Region First Team. Instrumental part in UConn forcing five shutout wins, third-most in the league including three during a 10-game unbeaten streak between Sept. 8 and Oct. 23 in which it limited its opponents to two goals or less and forced three shutouts. He ended the season with two assists.
Started in 17 matches this junior season for the Huskie. Chosen as a team co-captain at the start of the year. Earned his first-career selection to the American Athletic Conference All-First Team after serving as a key piece in the UConn defense. He was selected to the United Soccer All-East Region Third Team. Helped UConn allow just a 0.96 goals against average, third-best in the American. He was an instrumental part in UConn’s eight shutout wins.
Played at Tyler Junior College in 2015, placing second in the National Championship. Played for the FC Sounders Academy U-14-U-18, and continues to participate in Sounders training when in Seattle.
Played for both NW Nationals Premier club for five years and the ODP State and Regional teams as a striker and midfielder, as well as center back.
Earned a pair of varsity letters for the two years he played at Kings High School in Seattle, Washington under head coach Frank Lopez.
Named to the All-City Team and was tabbed as the squad’s offensive MVP.
Son of Derrick Ramsey and Laurie Hauser-Treece.
Has two brothers, Stephen (28), and Christian (26).