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February 24, 1996 | KENNEDY COSGROVE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It's game time at a Pacific-10 Conference basketball game and there he stands: 6 feet 7 inches, buzz haircut, linebacker body, calm demeanor. Same old Jason Hartman. Just like his days at Thousand Oaks High. But much has changed in the past two years and that's also obvious as Hartman, a 19-year-old sophomore, enters the game for his team, the Washington Huskies, in cramped and chaotic Harmon Arena at the University of California.
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January 3, 1998 | STEVE HENSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One team was fresh off a 44-point victory, the other a 50-point setback. So much for momentum heading into conference play. Portland State (6-5), humbled by Duke three days earlier, shocked Cal State Northridge, 83-75, behind record shooting in a Big Sky Conference opener Friday night in front of 857 at Peter W. Stott Center. Forward Jason Hartman, a transfer from Washington who scored a career-high 33 points, made nine of 16 shots and all 14 of his free throws.
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January 3, 1998 | STEVE HENSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
One team was fresh off a 44-point victory, the other a 50-point setback. So much for momentum heading into conference play. Portland State (6-5), humbled by Duke three days earlier, shocked Cal State Northridge, 83-75, behind record shooting in a Big Sky Conference opener Friday night in front of 857 at Peter W. Stott Center. Forward Jason Hartman, a transfer from Washington who scored a career-high 33 points, made nine of 16 shots and all 14 of his free throws.
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February 24, 1996 | KENNEDY COSGROVE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
It's game time at a Pacific-10 Conference basketball game and there he stands: 6 feet 7 inches, buzz haircut, linebacker body, calm demeanor. Same old Jason Hartman. Just like his days at Thousand Oaks High. But much has changed in the past two years and that's also obvious as Hartman, a 19-year-old sophomore, enters the game for his team, the Washington Huskies, in cramped and chaotic Harmon Arena at the University of California.
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January 12, 1994 | Kennedy Cosgrove and staff writers Steve Elling, Jeff Fletcher, Dana Haddad, Paige A. Leech and Jason H. Reid contributed to this notebook
Jason Hartman, Thousand Oaks High's standout senior forward, cried while sitting on the bench during the closing moments of the Lancers' 57-52 road loss to Westlake last week. Hartman suffered a neck injury (X-rays since proved negative) late in the game, but that is not why tears filled his eyes. "I was crying because of how we've been playing," Hartman said. "It's been kind of frustrating."
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December 16, 1997 | ARA NAJARIAN
PORTLAND STATE (5-1) at LOYOLA MARYMOUNT (1-6), 7, KXLU (88.9 Westchester)--Comparing records and results against a common opponent, Portland State seems plainly stronger. Portland State defeated Oregon two games into the season, and Oregon defeated Loyola Marymount on Saturday, 78-73. Point guard Haywood Eaddy leads the Lions, averaging 16 points a game. Portland State is led in scoring by forward Jason Hartman, at 17 points, and guard Brian Towne at 16.3.
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December 29, 1996
Jason Hartman, a former Thousand Oaks High forward who left the University of Washington before this season, will transfer to Portland State, a member of the Big Sky Conference. The 6-foot-6 Hartman averaged 7.1 points and made 41% of his three-point shots as a part-time starter for the Huskies last season. He also considered transferring to Cal State Northridge and Santa Clara. Hartman will be eligible to play next December and will be a junior.
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February 15, 1998 | STEVE HENSON
Cal State Northridge 81, Portland State 63--The Matadors (9-13, 5-7 Big Sky) used full-court pressure defense, crisp ballhandling and sharp three-point shooting to beat the Vikings (13-10, 8-4) at Northridge. The Matadors took a 7-0 lead, quickly built it to 21-6 and never allowed the Vikings to pull closer than 12 points. Full-court pressure kept Portland State's top scorers, Jason Hartman and Brian Towne, from getting open shots. Towne, who averages 16 points, scored only four.
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February 2, 1994
Peter Lauer SCHOOL: Thousand Oaks SPORT: Basketball YEAR: Senior SEASON AT A GLANCE: The 6-foot-1 guard is a deadly shooter who averages 16.8 points a game. Lauer has helped the defending Marmonte League champion Lancers through difficult times. A sprained ankle limited star forward Jason Hartman to five points in two games last week, but Thousand Oaks has won seven in a row and is tied for the league lead.
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January 12, 1994 | Kennedy Cosgrove and staff writers Steve Elling, Jeff Fletcher, Dana Haddad, Paige A. Leech and Jason H. Reid contributed to this notebook
Jason Hartman, Thousand Oaks High's standout senior forward, cried while sitting on the bench during the closing moments of the Lancers' 57-52 road loss to Westlake last week. Hartman suffered a neck injury (X-rays since proved negative) late in the game, but that is not why tears filled his eyes. "I was crying because of how we've been playing," Hartman said. "It's been kind of frustrating."
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February 2, 1996 | From Associated Press
Jason Hartman, who scored 18 points, made a free throw with 1.1 seconds left in overtime, lifting Washington to its first victory in Tucson in 12 years, 80-79 over No. 14 Arizona in a Pacific 10 game Thursday night. Hartman had missed a three-point shot at the end of regulation, which ended 73-73. The Huskies improved to 13-4 overall and 6-2 in the Pac-10 with their first victory at the McKale Center since January 1984. Arizona fell to 15-4, 5-3.
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October 22, 1993 | JASON H. REID, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jason Hartman, a standout basketball player at Thousand Oaks High, has committed to play next season at Washington, his father said Thursday night. Dean Hartman said his son will sign a letter of intent with the Huskies during the early signing period, which begins Nov. 10. Jason, who was unavailable for comment, chose the Huskies over Loyola Marymount, Dean said. Hartman, a 6-foot-7, 230-pound forward, helped the Lancers to the Marmonte League title last season.
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