2012: Enters his final year in the Green and White as one of the Spartans' top players ... is a quick, explosive outfielder that covers ground while he also has a very good arm ... at the plate, has the ability to drive the ball while he also has a good eye ... has developed power while maintains the ability to hit for a high average.
2011: Played in all 38 games with 37 starts for the season ... was York's only All-Capital Athletic Conference selection for the campaign ... hit .305 with 19 runs scored, 16 RBI, 11 doubles, two triples, and four home runs ... had a .511 slugging percentage and a .367 on-base percentage ... tied a career-high with four hits in the March 27 game against Stevenson ... had a new career high with eight total bases in the April 26 game against Montclair State as he went 3-for-5 with three RBI and two runs scored with a triple and a home run ... had at least one hit in 25 of his 38 games while he had 12 multi-hit games ... the three RBI against Montclair also set a new career standard for Tretter.
2010: Played in 28 games with six starts as he hit .469 with 13 runs scored, 11 RBI, eight doubles, and one triple in 49 at-bats ... registered a .673 slugging percentage and a .500 on-base percentage ... was perfect in his 21 attempts in the outfield ... registered a career-high four hits in the May 6 contest against Ferrum ... scored a career-high two runs in the March 31 Gallaudet game and again May 6 against the Panthers ... drove in a season-high two twice with the first time coming in a 2-for-3 performance against Wesley on March 16 and the second time on March 31 against Gallaudet ... had at least one hit in 16 of the 25 games in which he got an at-bat and also had five multi-hit games ... ended the season on a hot streak as he was 7-for-10 with two runs scored and two RBI over his last three games of the year.
Personal: Is an Accounting and Finance major ... is the son of Doug and Kathy Tretter . . . lists father Doug as the person he most admires ... lists New York Mets centerfielder Carlos Beltran as his favorite professional athlete.