Beyond the Tiger Podcast


Beyond the Tiger is a podcast produced by the DePauw University Athletics Department to highlight our alumni, their lives and their accomplishments after leaving our beautiful campus in Greencastle, Indiana.  A common thread among all of them?  Our intercollegiate athletics program.  You’ll hear from men and women who are intelligent, inspiring and creative and influence the next generation of leaders.  Some will have been a member of one of our teams, and share how their opportunity to play for DePauw was both experiential and empowering, allowing them to combine their passion and determination for sport to develop critical skills of teamwork, integrity, discipline, and self-confidence. Others are the ultimate super fans as they celebrate and support our current student-athletes and coaches.  We hope you enjoy Beyond the Tiger.



BRAD HAUTER, class of 1987, is currently the head men’s soccer coach at DePauw.  While at DePauw, Brad majored in psychology and was a four-year starting goalkeeper and two-time MVP for the men’s soccer team.  After graduating from DePauw, he spent 10 years playing professional soccer and was inducted into the DePauw University Athletics Hall of Fame in 2004.  He returned to DePauw in 2008 and is only the 3rd coach in the program’s history with an overall record at DePauw of 112-36-26.  His DePauw teams have advanced to the NCAA tournament four times.




SUE ANSEL, class of 1982 and president/CEO of Gable Residential.  While at DePauw, Sue majored in economics and was a two year letter-winner for the women’s swim team.  After graduating from DePauw, she accepted a position with Daeske Co as a financial analyst and then joined Gables Residential in 1987, then Trammell Crow Residential, to computerize the on-site operations.  Sue currently serves as a member of the DePauw University Board of Trustees and chairs the Nomination and Trusteeship Committee. 





JR FOSTER, class of 2002, is the current CEO and President of the Robert Louis Group.  While at DePauw, JR majored in studio art and was a four year letter-winner for the men’s soccer, and men’s track and field programs.  After graduating from DePauw, JR started his commercial real estate career with The Staubach Company (now Jones Lang LaSalle). A serial entrepreneur, he helped form Emerging Capital Partners and in 2013 co-founded Robert Louis Group, one of the only minority-certified commercial real estate brokerage firms in the country.