|Hometown:||New York, NY|
|High School:||Collegiate School|
2011-12: Had five points, three rebounds, two assists, a block and a steal in 10 minutes against Lyndon State… Nine games played was a career high.
2010-11: First career point came on a free throw against Baruch... Made his first appearance at Illinois... Played a season-high seven minutes against Baruch.
Before Yale: A 1,500-point scorer at the Collegiate School… Three-time first team all-league selection… Two-time Class B Basketball Coaches Association of New York Player of the Year… Named MVP of New York State Federation Championship as a junior and senior, becoming the first back-to-back winner in state history… Averaged a team-best 17.5 points as a senior… Also led team in rebounds and blocks… Selected first team All-Manhattan by the New York Daily News and NY Post… Team captain as a senior… Helped Collegiate to 106 victories, which tied for the most in a four-year stretch in school history… Played for the New Heights AAU team which is coached by former Yale player Ted Smith.
Personal: Worked as an intern at New Heights Youth Inc., a non-profit organization whose mission is to develop student-athletes by offering inner-city youth the opportunity to play high-level basketball and provide them with academic support and college placement assistance… Oldest sister, Hilary, plays tennis at Princeton (Class of 2012) and was the 2010 Ivy League Player of the Year… Son of Kerri and Richard Bartlett… Father is a Yale Law School graduate and was a three-sport varsity athlete at Princeton.