- School University of North Carolina
- Born December 20, 1934
- Died November 2, 2020 in Blacksburg, VA USA
Chuck Hartman was a very successful college coach.
Hartman was head coach of High Point College from 1960-1978, winning the first 10 conference titles in school annals. He won Carolinas Conference Coach of the Year five times. He took the team to the 1972 NAIA College World Series and 1974 NAIA College World Series. From 1979-2006, he was head coach at Virginia Tech. Among his players were Franklin Stubbs and Brad Clontz. He was 941-558-8 at Tech to move into the top 5 all-time in NCAA Division I in coaching wins.
He coached for Team USA in the 1984 Amateur World Series and 1985 Intercontinental Cup, working with Barry Bonds, Jeff King, Jack McDowell, Matt Merullo, Matt Williams, Joe Girardi, Pete Stanicek, Mike Fetters, Kevin Brown and Erik Hanson. He was named Metro Conference Coach of the Year in 1989 and 1995. In 2004, he was inducted into the American Baseball Coaches Association Hall of Fame.
Sources include Virginia Tech
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