Over 2,000 student-athletes across 22 sports honored for academic success
A total of 19 former student-athletes reconnect June 7 at Alumni Cup Soccer Championship
Earns accolade after his goal and assist lead DePaul to 2-1 upset of No. 10/19 Marquette
Midfielder scores game's first goal and assists on Yesilli's game-winner at Wish Field
Seven seniors take Wish Field pitch against No. 10/19 Marquette in their final match
2013 (Junior): An injury limited the forward to nine games with a pair of starts... his only shot of the season was right on target against Milwaukee.
2012 (Sophomore): Started in three of the nine matches he competed in during the 2012 season... played for 41 minutes against USF, contributing to DePaul's 3-2 win... took three shots during the season, one each against Villanova, Rutgers, and Cincinnati... played a total of 267 minutes as a sophomore for the Blue Demons.
2011 (Freshman): Saw action against Oakland, Illinois-Chicago and USF... played in first collegiate match versus Oakland in the season opener at Wish Field.
2010: Did not compete on the field.
High School: Yet another athletic addition to the recruiting class of 2010... like his Blue Demon freshman teammates Zach Forbes and Mark Haas, Hartle was a two-sport standout in high school... in soccer, he was selected to play in the Dade County All-Star Game which featured the top players in south Florida... he was also a track star and holds the Key West record in the 1,600-meter run and is second all-time in the 800 meters... Hartle also has a top-10 mark in the triple jump.
Personal: Son of Randall and Laura DeLoach-Hartle... has two sisters, Megan and Chloe... enrolled in College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.