University of Pittsburgh at Johnstown
Pitt-Johnstown Seal

#3 Noah Hartung

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Forward

Junior

6'4"     240 lbs.

Butler, Pa. / Butler Area High School

MAJOR:  Math Education


At Pitt-Johnstown
2010-11 Season
     Noah Hartung played in all 28 games and made two starts as a sophomore.  He averaged 2.9 points per game, and pulled down 3.6 rebounds per game to tie for third on the team.  Hartung also shot 45.5% (30-66) from the floor, dished out 47 assists, made 14 steals, and blocked two shots.  He scored in double-figures twice and grabbed five or more rebounds 12 times.  Hartung posted all of his single-game highs as a freshman in 2009-10.  He scored 17 points at Davis & Elkins (WV) College on Jan. 14, 2010, pulled down 13 rebounds in his Mountain Cat debut against the University of the District of Columbia on Nov. 18, 2009, and dished out nine assists at Wheeling Jesuit (WV) University on Nov. 24, 2009.

2009-10 Season
     Hartung transferred to Pitt-Johnstown and made an immediate impact in 2009-10.  Hartung played in 27 games and made 21 starts.  He was the Mountain Cats’ second-leading rebounder (5.0 rpg.) and averaged 4.0 points and 2.0 assists per game.  He also shot 47.0% (47-100) from the field.  Hartung scored eight or more points in a game five times, grabbed five or more rebounds 14 times and dished out four or more assists six times.  Hartung posted a single-game high of 17 points at Davis & Elkins on Jan. 14, 2010.  He also pulled down 13 rebounds in his Mountain Cat debut against the University of the District of Columbia on Nov. 18, 2009, and had nine assists at Wheeling Jesuit on Nov. 24, 2009.

At Butler Area High School
     Hartung joined the Pitt-Johnstown basketball team in 2009-10 after taking a red-shirt at Snow (UT) Junior College in 2006-07 and spending two years on a Mission.  Hartung was a three-year letterman in both basketball and football at Butler Area High School.  As a senior, under Head Coach Joe Lewondowski , he averaged 7 points, 5 rebounds and five assists per game.

     Hartung’s father is currently the head men’s and women’s basketball coach at Butler County Community College.