Honors & Awards
- 14-Time Wisconsin Division 2 State Champion
- Four-Time Wisconsin Division 2 State Champion (500 Freestyle, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
- Wisconsin State Record in 500 Freestyle (4:47.79)
- Two-Time Wisconsin Division 2 State Champion (100 Backstroke, 2015, 2016)
- Wisconsin Division 2 Swimmer of the Year (WISCA, Journal Sentinel, 2016)
One of the top distance freestylers to join the Huskers in several years, Autumn Haebig comes to Nebraska after capturing her fourth consecutive Wisconsin Division 2 state title in the 500 freestyle. Her 2016 state championship in the event came in a state-record time of 4:47.79, which would have been good enough for a top-16 finish at the 2017 Big Ten Championships. She hopes to make an instant impact in the distance free and backstroke events as a freshman.
Haebig joined Nebraska after a stellar high school career. At Grafton High School, Haebig was a 14- time state champion and earned two runner-up finishes. Haebig aided Grafton High School to two state championships and three sectional championships. She was named WISCA Swimmer of the Year DII and Milwaukee Journal Sentinal Female Swimmer of the Year. While swimming for the Ozaukee Aquatics, Haebig aided to her team’s runner-up finish at the USA Junior Nationals (2015) and NESA Junior Nationals (Spring 2016). The Ozaukee Aquatics reeled in a victory at the Summer 2016 NESA Junior Nationals. Haebig recored an Olympic Trial cut in the 100 backstroke in the Long Course Meter with a time of 1:01.71. She was awarded 2013 High Point Individual Award and qualified for the 2013-14 WI Long Course State Championship. Haebig was also on Honor Roll.
The daughter of Linda and Steve Haebig. Autumn was born Oct. 13, 1998, in Grafton, Wisc. She has two sisters, Stephanie and Aly. A pre-interior design major, she chose Nebraska over Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas and the Wisconsin.