Career: Duke’s first three-time All-American and four-time NCAA qualifier … Compiled a 98-30 career record … Finishes his career ranked fourth in all-time wins and ninth in career winning percentage (.765) … One of 13 Blue Devils to compile 30 wins in a season … Three-time All-ACC Academic Team ... Three-time NWCA All-Academic choice … Awarded the 2016 George Grody All-Around Student-Athlete Award as voted by fellow student-athletes ... Three-time ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2015-16: NCAA All-American at 197 pounds with a seventh-place finish at NCAA Championships… Became Duke’s first three-time NCAA All-American in program history … Captured second straight ACC title … Earned a NCAA berth to become the Blue Devils’ first four-time NCAA qualifier … Finished the year with a 30-3 overall record and perfect 15-0 mark in duals … Became just the 13th wrestler in Duke history to amass 30 wins in a season … Won the Hokie Open and finished third at the Southern Scuffle … Led the team in falls with six and was tops in dual points with 66 … Was the first Duke wrestler to be invited to the NWCA All-Star Classic featuring two of the top wrestlers from each weight class … Went 11-3 against ranked opponents … All three losses were by three or fewer points … All-ACC Academic Team … NWCA Scholar All-American … Awarded the 2016 George Grody All-Around Student-Athlete Award as voted by his fellow student-athletes ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2014-15: 2015 All-American at 197 pounds … Took sixth at the NCAA Championships … Won the ACC title at 197 pounds … Finished the year 21-5 overall, including 5-0 in ACC duals … Took home runner-up honors at the prestigious Southern Scuffle … Won the Hokie and Wolfpack Opens … Went 4-1 against ranked opponents during the regular season … Advanced to the NCAA Championship semifinals with wins over the No. 2 and No. 7 seeds before he fell to third-seeded Gyven Gadson of Iowa State … Registered a 12-1 record in duals … Was Duke’s points leader in duals, scoring 45 points in his 13 dual matches … Voted the team’s Most Outstanding Wrestler … NWCA All-Academic selection.
2013-14: An All-American at 197 pounds … Took fifth place at the NCAA Championships … Finished the year 27-11 overall and 18-11 in duals … Grabbed third place at the ACC Championships … Went 3-3 in ACC duals … Won the Hokie Open … Posted a 9-8 record against ranked wrestlers … … Defeated No. 13 Nick Bonnaccorsi of Pittsburgh (1/12) for his first ranked win of the year … Posted a 4-1 decision over ninth-ranked and top-seeded Christian Boley of Maryland in the ACC Championships third place match to earn an automatic bid to NCAA Championships … Defeated No. 10 Jace Bennett of Cornell in the opening NCAA match … Also upended seventh-ranked Travis Rutt in the NCAA second round … Defeated Bonnaccorsi for the third time on the year 4-0 and downs No. 11 Nathan Burak of Iowa on the second day of competition to become Duke’s second All-American in program history … Picked up a win by medical forfeit to take fifth overall at NCAAs … Had two falls on the year and six major decisions … All 11 setbacks came by decision … Garnered NWCA Scholar All-America honors … Voted team’s Most Valuable Wrestler.
2012-13: NCAA qualifier at 197 pounds … compiled a 20-11 overall record despite missing two months to injury … placed in all five tournaments he competed in … started the year 12-2 finished third at the ACC Championship … captured the Hokie Open title in his first outing in a Duke singlet … took third at the Michigan State Open and at the Keystone Classic … was sixth at the prestigious Southern Scuffle … went 2-3 in duals with wins over Michigan and Stevens Tech … registered three falls … voted the team’s Most Outstanding Freshman … All-ACC Academic Team selection ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.
2011-12: Redshirt year ... registered a 19-4 overall record at 197 pounds ... earned five top-three tournament finishes ... won the Pembroke Classic ... upset the No. 1 and No. 3 seeds at Pembroke to take home his first collegiate title ... was the runner-up at The Citadel Open to start his collegiate wrestling career ... finished the year with a runner-up showing at the National Collegiate Open ... posted third-place showings at both the Wolfpack Open and Appalachian Open ... registered five falls for the year ... ACC Academic Honor Roll.
Prep: A three-year letterwinner for Chad Nass at South Kitsap High School ... Went 113-15 during his scholastic career ... Compiled a perfect 38-0 record as a senior ... Lost just three matches his final two seasons ... Placed sixth at the Senior National Wrestling Championships in 2011to earn all-america honors ... Captured the 4A Washington State Mat Classic XXIII title at 189 pounds in 2011 ... The Greco Roman Junior Division State Champion at 189 pounds ... Awarded the Coach Maguire Award-highest honor for South Kitsap wrestling - as a senior ... A finalist in the 4A Washington State Mat Classic XXII in 2010 ... Washington State Freestyle Champion as a sophomore and won the freestyle cadet state title ... Advanced to the Pacific Coast Tournament finals as a junior and won the CK Matman Tournament title that same year ... Also won the 4A Region III title in 2010 ... Named the 2009-10 Narrows League Male Scholar Athlete of the Year as a junior ... Garnered both Mr. Pin and Mr. Takedown awards as a senior ... Also competed with Washington State National Wrestling Team as a sophomore and junior ... A four-year member of the South Kitsap Freestyle Wrestling Club ... A member of the ORCAS Washington Senior Duals Team his senior season ... Two-time Academic All-State Wrestling Team champion.
Personal: Born Conner Matthew Hartmann on Sept. 28, 1993 in Enumclaw, Washington ... son of Matt and Corinna Hartmann ... has two brothers, Tristan and Nathan.
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