Coach Hartman joined the Red Devil men’s soccer staff in 2006 and has played a significant role in the development and success of the program at Dickinson. He has been involved in all aspects of the program and has been actively involved in the recruiting process.
Hartman eclipsed the century mark with his 100th win to start the 2014 season. During his first seven seasons, Dickinson had an overall record of 99-38-20. The Red Devils have advanced to the Centennial Conference playoffs each year since 2007, winning the program’s first title in 2011. They earned a spot in the championship game in 2009, 2011 and 2013. The team has made the NCAA Tournament five times during Hartman’s tenure. They earned the right to host in 2012 and 2013, and have advanced to the second round in each of their past four appearances.
Hartman has numerous licenses and certifications from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, U.S. Soccer and the United States Soccer Federation. He is a Certified Personal Trainer and currently works as the Assistant Training Director at Gold’s Gym, in Carlisle. In addition, he has a very strong background and extensive coaching experience at a number of camps and with a variety of youth and club soccer programs.
A 1999 graduate of Lebanon Valley College, Hartman earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in History, and was a member of the men’s soccer team all four years, serving as a team captain as a senior.
Garret Pettis joins the Red Devil coaching staff this fall while playing professionally for the City Islanders.
Pettis returns to Harrisburg for his third season and is poised to produce a productive season on the pitch in 2015. In 2014, Pettis appeared in 23 matches for the Islanders, tallying 671 minutes on the pitch. Pettis also netted three goals and dished-out two assists for the Isles in 2014. During his two seasons with the Islanders, Pettis has recorded 15 points off of six goals and 3 assists.
Prior to joining the Islanders, Pettis had a standout collegiate career at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee. Pettis boast the all-time goals record at Lipscomb, with 34 career goals. He was named All-Conference three-times, and earned the Atlantic Sun Freshman of the Year award. Pettis is a graduate of Lower Dauphin High School, and was a member of the City Islanders Youth Academy.