Dan Hartung returns to the men's soccer program this year for a second season as assistant coach with the Dukes. Hartung was a stand-out player for the Red and Blue from 2000-03 and looks to pass on his expertise and knowledge to help head Coach Wade Jean lead Duquesne to a fourth straight post-season appearance.
A four-year starter and letterman for the Dukes, Hartung is fifth all-time at Duquesne in career points with 38 and is fourth in career goals (12), assists (14) and game-winning goals (5). In addition, he was named to the 2000 Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team after posting eight points and three game-winning goals as a frosh.
In addition, Hartung was one of three seniors from the 2003 team to go on to play soccer professionally, playing for the Pittsburgh Riverhounds of the Pro Soccer League during the past two summers. He helped the Riverhounds post a 19-3-1 record and advance to the national semifinals in 2004 as he played in 21 contests and scored two goals.
The 24-year old Hartung is single and resides in Pittsburgh.