At Michigan ... three-year letterman ... played in 36 career contests ... started 25 career games ... made 21 starts at left tackle, two at right tackle and two at left guard during his career.
Fifth-Year Senior (2009) ... elected team captain ... earned third varsity letter ... co-recipient of the Hugh R. Rader Jr. Award as Michigan's top offensive linemen with Stephen Schilling ... started all 12 games at left tackle ... made first start at left tackle and contributed on special teams vs. Western Michigan (Sept. 5) ... started at left tackle and played on special teams vs. Notre Dame (Sept. 12) ... started at left tackle vs. Eastern Michigan (Sept. 19) ... made start at left tackle vs. Indiana (Sept. 26) ... starting left tackle in road games at Michigan State (Oct. 3) and Iowa (Oct. 10) ... made start at left tackle vs. Delaware State (Oct. 17), Penn State (Oct. 24), Illinois (Oct. 31) and Purdue (Nov. 7) ... started at left tackle against Wisconsin (Nov. 21) ... made 25th career start in the Ohio State game (Nov. 21).
Senior/Junior (2008) ... earned second varsity letter ... started 11 games ... made nine starts at left tackle and two at left guard ... started at left tackle vs. Utah (Aug. 30) and Miami (Sept. 6) ... did not play at Notre Dame (Sept. 13) due to injury ... started at left tackle vs. Wisconsin (Sept. 27) ... earned first career start at left guard vs. Illinois (Oct. 4) ... started at left guard vs. Toledo (Oct. 11) ... starting left tackle at Penn State (Oct. 18) ... made start at left tackle against Michigan State (Oct. 25), at Purdue (Nov. 1), at Minnesota (Nov. 8), vs. Northwestern (Nov. 15) and at Ohio State (Nov. 22).
Junior (2007) ... earned first varsity letter ... started two games at right tackle and played in six contests along the offensive line ... played as reserve right tackle vs. Appalachian State (Sept. 1) ... saw action as backup right tackle vs. Notre Dame (Sept. 15) ... made first career start in the Eastern Michigan (Oct. 6), earning the assignment at right tackle ... started at right tackle against Purdue (Oct. 13) ... played as a reserve at left tackle vs. Minnesota (Oct. 27) ... saw action at right tackle vs. Ohio State (Nov. 17).
Sophomore/Freshman (2006) ... played along offensive line in seven games ... made career debut at left tackle in reserve role vs. Vanderbilt (Sept. 2) ... backup left tackle and special teams performer against Central Michigan (Sept. 9) ... made road debut as backup left tackle at Notre Dame (Sept. 16) ... reserve left tackle in conference tilts at Minnesota (Sept. 30) and against Michigan State (Oct. 7) ... backup right tackle vs. Northwestern (Oct. 28) ... played as reserve left tackle at Indiana (Nov. 11).
Freshman (2005) ... did not see game action.
Prep ... attended Klein High School (2005) coached by Stan Labay ... National Honor Society member ... Latin National Honor Society member ... ran 40-yard dash in 4.9 seconds and bench pressed 390 pounds ... Key Statistics... made 24 receptions for 250 yards and scored two touchdowns during career ... caught 11 passes for 160 yards and one touchdown as a senior at tight end ... Honors and Rankings... rated an all-region Midlands prospect by Prep Star Magazine ... three-star prospect, No. 90 player in Texas and No. 43 offensive tackle prospect nationally by Rivals.com ... earned first-team all-district honors at tight end as a senior ... second-team all-district tight end junior year ... Other Sports... threw shot put and discus all four years ... district champion in the discus as a junior.
Personal ... Mark William Ortmann was born June 24, 1986 ... attended Michigan Summer Football Camp ... enrolled in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts ... general studies major.
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