Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
2006: Started all 55 games at shortstop ... led the team in home runs (seven), hits (69), RBI (41), at-bats (236), total plate appearances (256) and total bases (107) ... ranked second in runs scored (38) and doubles (13) ... finished third in slugging percentage (.453) and tied for third in triples (two) ... ranked fourth in batting average (.292) and seventh in on-base percentage (.337) ... had 17 multiple-hit games on the year, including a pair of four-hit games, five three-hit games and 10 two-hit games ... recorded seven multiple-RBI games, including a career-high seven-RBI performance, two five-RBI games, two three-RBI games and a pair of two-RBI games ... his season-long 10-game hitting streak (4/16-5/9) tied for the team’s second-longest hitting streak ... also had a nine-game hitting streak (2/21-3/4) ... hit a grand slam for his first career home run against Seton Hall (2/10) ... also had five RBI in the game to go along with two runs scored ... recorded a career-high four hits against East Carolina (2/21) ... his second home run of the year came against Elon (2/22) ... went 3-for-5 with one home run, one double, a career-high seven RBI and a career-high four runs scored against Radford (2/25) ... had a four-hit day against Winthrop (3/11) ... hit his fourth homer of the year against Winthrop (3/12) ... had a home run and five RBI against Boston College (4/2) ... sixth long ball of the season came against No. 18 Virginia (4/7) ... hit his final homer of the year against Virginia Tech (4/23).
2005: Started 52 of 53 games played as a freshman ... made 38 starts at shortstop, 13 at first base and one at designated hitter ... led the Blue Devils in RBI (37) and tied for the team lead in doubles (11) ... finished second in batting average (.311), hits (61), on-base percentage (.384), total plate appearances (225) and walks (22) ... ranked third in at-bats (196), runs scored (23) and slugging percentage (.378) ... finished fifth in stolen bases (six) ... compiled a team-high 12-game hitting streak (2/6-27) ... also had a six-game hitting streak (3/12-21) ... ranked second on the team with 14 multiple-hit games ... recorded a career-high four hits against Maryland (4/16), going 4-for-5 with a double and two RBI ... registered seven three-hit games and six two-hit games on the year ... led the Blue Devils with 11 multiple-RBI games ... recorded a season-high four RBI against Army (2/25) ... also had four three-RBI games and six two-RBI games on the season.
High School: Four-year letterwinner at A.L. Brown ... all-state selection as a senior ... was the top-ranked position player in North Carolina coming out of high school ... was a preseason TPX All-American as a senior ... hit .450 with five home runs and 32 stolen bases as a senior ... batted .410 with five home runs and 25 stolen bases during his junior campaign ... also lettered in football and basketball ... was the valedictorian of his high school class ... served as president of the National Honor Society and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Personal: Born Brett Carl Bartles on August 20, 1986, in Charlotte, N.C. ... son of Carl and Nancy Bartles ... has a brother, Chad, and a sister, Shannon ... father played football at Lenoir-Rhyne and then professionally ... mother played basketball at Appalachian State.