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Mr. Carlin Hartman




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Hartman resigned as Assistant Coach at UL in June, 2005 to accept a position at the University of Richmond.

Assistant Basketball Coach in 2004-2005 on the Lee staff.

Carlin Hartman enters his first season as an assistant coach with the Ragin’ Cajuns men’s basketball program, returning to the bench on a full-time basis for the first time since the 1997-98 season.

Hartman comes to Louisiana-Lafayette from Rice University where he spent the previous two seasons as the Owls’ director of basketball operations.

The Buffalo, N.Y., native began his coaching career at Rice during the 1996-97 season as an assistant coach.

After his first stint with the Owls, Hartman served as the lead recruiting coordinator at McNeese State for the 1997-98 season before entering the corporate business world for four years.

Hartman handled the game-day operations and departmental communications for the Rice men’s basketball program as well as coordinating various community outreach programs and fundraising. He spearheaded visits to local hospitals for players and coaches as well as implementing the “Dream to Read” program which allowed players to visit local elementary and middle schools in order to speak to students about the importance of reading.

On the court, he assisted in developing the individual skills of post players, two of which were an All-WAC second team members in 2003 and one of which was a first team honoree in 2004. The Owls finished the 2003-04 season with a 22-11 record and advanced to the postseason National Invitational Tournament.

Hartman has coached current NBA players Mike Wilks of Rice (Hawks, Timberwolves and Rockets) as well as former McNeese State great Tierre Brown (Rockets, Raptors).

Hartman, 32, earned his bachelor’s degree in communications from Tulane in 1994. He was then drafted by the Rapid City Thrillers of the Continental Basketball Association in the second round of the league’s annual draft and played for two seasons earning All-Rookie honors.

He was named an honorable mention McDonald’s All-American at Grand Island High School his senior year and also received honorable mention All-American honors from USA Today.

Hartman enjoyed a standout career with the Tulane basketball squad under the direction of former head coach Perry Clark from 1990-94. He finished sixth on the Green Wave’s all-time list for steals (157) and was 10th in scoring (1,180) and rebounding (527). He was named to the Metro Conference All-Freshman Team in 1991 and received honorable mention all-conference honors in 1993.

He led Tulane to two NCAA Tournaments and a pair of thrilling upsets in each of his trips to the “Big Dance” including wins over St. John’s in 1992 and Kansas State in 1993. The Green Wave advanced to the second round of the NIT his senior season in 1994 with a win over Evansville.

Hartman and his wife, Christine, have three daughters, Sydney (9), Kailyn (7) and Tess (5)

Full Name: Carlin B. Hartman
Birthdate: Aug. 14, 1972
Birthplace: Buffalo, N.Y.
High School: Grand Island HS (1990)
College: Tulane (1994)
Martial Status: Wife, Christine, daughters Sydney, Kailyn and Tess


Louisiana-Lafayette assistant coach

Rice University director of basketball operations

McNeese State assistant coach

Rice University assistant coach.