Hickok played at the University of Connecticut from 1999-2002. He is eighth on the school's career scoring list with 163 points. Hickok's 82 extra points (on 86 attempts) are fourth in UConn history and his 27 field goals (on 38 attempts) are fifth. As a senior in 2002, Hickok hit a school-record 47 consecutive extra points. In both 2001 and 2002, he made 12 of 17 field goal tries.
Ohnesorge played at Occidental College in Los Angeles from 2002-05. His four-year totals were 155 punts for 6,369 yards, a 41.1-yard average. His longest punt was 79 yards, and he placed 49 punts inside the 20.
In 2003, Ohnesorge led all NCAA punters by averaging 44.5 yards on 36 punts. The previous season, he led all Division III punters with a 42.2-yard average.
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