A Lipscomb baseball player from 1983-1986, Trey Hartman is considered one of Lipscomb's top outfielders and leadoff hitters. In 181 games, he compiled an impressive .336 career batting average that included 39 doubles, 8 triples, 31 home runs, 157 RBI, 142 walks, 214 runs and 29 stolen bases. During Trey's All-Conference career he helped lead Lipscomb to 133 wins, among them the 1983 and 1984 NAIA District 24 championships. In 1984, Trey was a key contributor to establishing an NAIA baseball record of 34 consecutive wins. He was named Most Valuable Player in 1986 after leading his teammates in virtually every offensive category. During that season - one of the most outstanding in Lipscomb baseball history - Trey hit .353 with 41 singles, 15 doubles, 8 home runs, and 53 runs and drove in 48 runs. He also excelled with a .988 fielding percentage. Trey Hartman will always be remembered as one of Lipscomb's greatest players.