|Hometown:||Fairfax Station, VA|
|High School:||WT Woodson|
Has rushed for 2,761 career yards, 16th best in Ivy League history...His 33 career touchdowns rank 13th in the Ivy League record book...Junior: Set a single season Brown record with 17 touchdowns (102 points), fifth best in the Ivy League record book...First Team CoSIDA National Academic All-American... His 323 rushing attempts are second in Ivy League history... Ranked 5th in the nation in scoring with 10.2 points per game...Third Team All-American, The Sports Network... Rushed for 1,263 yards (126.3 yards/game), 7th best in the nation... First Team All-Ivy choice... Second Team All-American, Football Gazette... Ran for 100 or more yards six times...His 42 carries against Fordham are second in the Brown record book...Also had 41 carries for 135 yards against Yale...First Team All-New England...Rushed for 179 yards and four touchdowns against Columbia, and ran for 175 yards and two touchdowns against Harvard... I-AA Athletic Director's Association Academic All-Star... Academic All-Ivy selection...Sophomore: Established a single-season Brown record with 1,498 rushing yards, the fourth best rushing performance in Ivy League football history. Only Cornell's Ed Marinaro and Princeton's Keith Elias have run for more yards in a season... Led the nation in rushing in 2003 with 149.8 yards per game...First Team All-Ivy selection...Ran for 100 or more yards in eight of Brown's 10 games...First team All-New England selection...Established a new Brown record for scoring with 96 points...I-AA Academic All Star...Academic All-Ivy...Football Gazette I-AA Atlantic Region second team All-American...Ran for 200 or more yards three times, including a 214 yard performance against Fordham...Ran for 201 yards against both Cornell and Columbia...Ranked 2nd nationally in NCAA All-Purpose running with 180.6 yards per game...His 9.6 points per game were eighth nationally...Freshman: Carried once for four yards vs. Fordham...Secondary School Background: A graduate of W.T. Woodson High School where he lettered in both basketball and football...Earned All-District honors in basketball during junior and senior years...Two-time District Football Player of the year... Leading rusher in the Northern Region, averaging 181 yards per game...Basketball team Co-Captain and MVP...National Honor Society member... Two-time W.T. Woodson English department writing awards winner... Personal: Nicholas J. Hartigan is the son of Jack and Elizabeth Hartigan...Has a younger brother, Andy...Enjoys reading in his spare time... Dual concentrator in Political Science and History.