|Hometown:||Red Lion, Pa.|
|High School:||Red Lion|
2010-11: Begins his senior campaign looking to vie for the Metropolitan Conference’s top spot at 125 pounds … posted an extremely successful season as as junior and will strive to build on that for this year … one of only a pair of seniors on the squad this year and therefore will be looked to as a leader … has the potential to reach the NCAA national tournament … possesses an unusual style of wrestling … unique style helps him to come out on top in scrambles … cool-headed … remains focused throughout each of his matches.
2009-10: Finished the year with a 21-6 mark, registering the second-most wins on the squad, despite sharing time at 125 with Aaron Repman … took third at the Metropolitan Conference Championships as he finished 3-1 after entering the tournament as the third seed … opened the year by taking second at the Monarch Invitational … picked up first dual meet win of the year at the John Reese Duals where he bested Scranton’s Josh Javitz by technical fall 21-5 … recorded a 12-1 major decision over Messiah’s Danny Letbridge on November 21 … reached the semifinals at the New Standard Corporation Spartan Invitational on December 5 … led off York’s mach against an always tough Wilkes squad with a tight 5-4 win over Scott Mantua on December 12 at the York College Quad … triumphed in both of his matches at the North/South Duals on January 9 … won his last four regular-season starts, notching a tech fall and a pin fall over the stretch.
2008-09: Had a terrific sophomore season … went 21-8 as York’s main option at 125 pounds … won the Monarch Invitational Championship in his first action of the season on November 8, going 4-0 in the tournament … won in his first dual meet appearance of the year on November 12, picking up a close 6-5 win over Shippensburg’s Justin Morris … posted a 2-2 record at the annual Spartan Invitational on December 6 … won four-straight dual meet matches between December 13, 2008 and January 9, 2009 … snagged a 9-3 win over Dan Franke of TCNJ, which was ranked #18 ranked squad in the country at the time, on January 17 at the York College Tri … secured two one-point wins at the NYU Quad on January 24 … defeated Clayton Youtz of Division II Kutztown by a 6-2 margin on February 13 … took fourth place at the Metropolitan Conference Championships, posting a 2-2 record at the tournament.
2007-08: Broke into the collegiate ranks with the Spartans … posted a very respectable 14-11 mark in his rookie campaign … wrestled behind Metropolitan Conference Champion Kyle Flickinger … gained outstanding experience wrestling against Flickinger in the practice room … notched a 2-2 mark in his first college tournament – the Monarch Invitational on November 11 … had a quality Spartan Invitational where he registered a 5-2 mark and took fifth place at 125 pounds … picked up a dual meet win over St. John’s Luke Opsahl with a 7-0 decision on January 12 … won again in his next match with a 5-3 triumph over Springfield’s Blaze Chatham … won by pin fall over Gettysburg’s Jack Bostrom on January 26.
Personal: Is a criminal justice major ... is the son of Dave and Sue Hartman ... born on August 15, 1988 ... club wrestled with Free Fall ... names his parents and brother as the people he most admires ... hobbies include sports, long walks on the beach ... favorite athlete is Steve Smith .... chose York because of the "education and close to home" ... most significant athletic achievement is winning King's tournament his sophomore year in college since he never won a tournament through high school ... most memorable athletic moment while with the Spartan program is breaking his nose at a tournament and wrestled five matches with it broken and finished fifth ... after graduation he plans on getting a job, while helping coach a wrestling team.