Westview High graduate Marshal Hartman, now a senior forward on the men's basketball team at Holy Names University in Moraga, Calif., drained five three-pointers on the way to a 33-point performance in a win over NCAA Division II Hawaii Pacific University on Dec. 2.
The next night, in a loss to Chaminade, the senior scored 21 points and pulled down five rebounds. For the week in Hawaii, Hartman shot .580 from the field and was .500 from behind the three-point arc to earn the California Pacific Conference Player of the Week honors.
The senior All American is off to a great start and hopes to repeat or better last season's performance when he shot 54 percent from the floor, 39 percent from the three-point arc, 85 percent from the free throw line for the season and scored 719 points, the second highest single season total in Holy Names University school history.
He led the Cal Pac Conference in scoring, finished eighth in the nation in scoring and 10th in free throw percentage.
Hartman graduated from Westview in 2002 after an all-star high school career capped by his earning Metro League and Oregon Class 4A Player of the Year honors following his senior season. He began his college career at Portland State.