Warren Hartmann (Wyckoff, NJ) was named an ABCA/Rawlings First Team All-American. This marks the first time in the USMMA history that a player has been named All-American by ABCA/Rawlings. Earlier this week Hartmann was named D3baseball.com Third Team All-American, D3baseball.com and ABCA/Rawlings First Team All-New-York Region for the second consecutive season and Landmark All-Conference First Team for the third time in his career. He is the only player in Academy and conference history to receive Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year honors in the Landmark Conference.
This season Hartmann led the Landmark Conference in batting average (.436), slugging percentage (.714), triples (4), homeruns (6) and total bases (95), while being ranked in the top five in hits (58), on-base-percentage (.469), stolen Bases (23), doubles (11) and runs scored (39). He recorded 21 extra-base-hits to go along with a .961 fielding percentage and 18 double plays. Hartmann is the all-time career leader at the USMMA in hits (206), doubles (47), runs scored (139), and stolen bases (79). His ranks are top-five all-time for a career in Academy history in batting average (.393), slugging percentage (.571), runs batted in (122), homeruns (10), and triples (9). Adding to his honors, Warren was named NCAA Division III Baseball National Hitter of the Week and D3baseball.com National 2nd Baseman of the Week. Over the course of that week, Hartmann exploded during the Mariners perfect 4-0 stretch, going 10-for-13 (.769) at the plate and posting a slugging percentage of 1.769. The senior had at least one hit and one RBI in each game, and totaled 10 RBI over the four game stretch. Hartmann recorded seven extra base hits, including three doubles, two triples and two homeruns. He scored nine runs and stole four bases to go along with a .765 on-base percentage. For that performance, Hartmann was also named ECAC Player of the Week as well as Landmark Conference Player of the Week.
Hartmann was named co-captain of the Mariner's squad this year as well as being named the team's Most Valuable Player for the second straight season. He is the recipient of the Admiral Giles C. Stedman Trophy, awarded to a graduating first class male athlete for demonstrated athletic excellence throughout their career at the USMMA as selected by a committee appointed by the Superintendent. The trophy signifies the highest in achievement, sportsmanship and general excellence in athletics.