Wednesday, April 27, 2011Trey Hartman
played baseball for Lipscomb University and was able to be a part of Coach Dugan’s 800th win. He now spends his time at his pharmacy, along with raising his three daughters with his wife Beth. He took some time this week to talk with LipscombSports.com about his memories at Lipscomb.
What sport did you play at Lipscomb? What years? Who were your coaches?
“I played baseball from 1983-1986 under coaches Ken Dugan and Al Austelle.”
What is your fondest athletic memory at Lipscomb?
“My two favorite memories are how we were unbeatable my sophomore year, and being a part of the homecoming in Coach Dugan’s 800th win.”
Who had the biggest influence on you during your athletic career at Lipscomb? How?
“Leo Snow. He taught me to see that everyone is equal in God’s eyes.”
What is your fondest non-athletic memory from your time at Lipscomb?
“Snow ball fights. The baseball team was undefeated of course. Also studying Limnology with Dr. Breeden.”
What is the most valuable thing you gained or learned from your time at Lipscomb?
“My wife Beth. I have been married for twenty-five years.”
Who was your favorite professor? Why?
“Dr. Oliver Yates. He was able to teach difficult concepts in a down to earth manner.”
Where do you live now?
“I live in Franklin, Tennessee. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Who is your employer? What is your occupation? What does your position entail?
“I am a pharmacist and I own my own pharmacy, Deal Drugs.”
Tell us about your family
“My wife Beth (Cooper) and I have three daughters: Elizabeth (21), Savannah (18) and Maddie (15).”