Owls play three intrasquad games this week
Owls begin season Feb. 15th
Owls will play three games to conclude fall practices
Hart came to FAU in the fall of 1995 as a true freshman, a season which he split between JV and Varsity. The following season he capitalized on every opportunity for playing time. By his junior season, the Palm Harbor native captured the team's MVP honor after starting at second, short and third due to injuries. That same season he led the team statistically in several offensive categories. While 1998 may have been his best individual season, 1999 is the season he will remember best.
Hart was an integral part of the nation's best win streak of 34 games. Playing second base the senior led FAU to its first regular-season conference championship, the program's first NCAA regional tournament and saw the team climb as high as eighth in the national polls.
Following the season he was one of eight seniors to sign a professional baseball contract, spending time with the Angels.
Hart returned to FAU following his stint in baseball's minor league system to complete his Bachelor of Science in Marketing in 1999. He moved from the baseball field to the marketing department where he spent two-years working on his MBA with a concentration in Sports Administration, a degree which he obtained in May of 2002.
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