Carlin Hartman Named to Tulane's All-Decade Team for the 1990s

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Carlin Hartman (middle, left) has helped Kyle Smith (right) and the Lions to a 14-10 record with four games remaining this season.
Courtesy: Columbia University Athletics/Gene Boyars

NEW ORLEANS – Columbia associate head coach Carlin Hartman was named to Tulane's All-Decade team, from 1990-99, the Green Wave announced on February 16.

Hartman earned a degree in communications with a concentration in broadcast journalism from Tulane in 1994.  He completed his collegiate career 10th in scoring (1,180 points), third on the program's career field goal percentage list (52.8 percent) and seventh in career steals (146) and he received the Tulane alumni association's outstanding athlete award in 1993-94.

While at Tulane, he played in two of the Green Wave's three NCAA Tournament appearances, including the team that defeated St. John's in the first round of the 1992 NCAA Tournament.  In 1993, he helped Tulane defeat Kansas State in round one.

In 1994, Hartman was the captain of the Tulane squad that earned a third straight postseason bid, to the NIT that season.  In that tournament, Tulane downed Evansville in the first round before falling to Siena, which reached the semifinals that season.  In Hartman's four years at Tulane, the Green Wave posted a 77-42 career mark.

Columbia is back in action this Friday, February 25 at Penn in Philadelphia for a 7 p.m. tipoff.

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