27 - Danny Dorn
Danny Dorn
Height: 6-2
Weight: 205
Year: Senior
Hometown: Diamond Bar, Calif.
High School: Diamond Bar HS
Position: Outfield
B/T: L/L
Experience: 3V

TITANS `05: Was tabbed a pre-season All-American by the NCBWA in 2005 • Led the Big West Conference in runs scored (56) and walks (46) and ranked fifth with a .421 on base percentage • Was second on the team and sixth in conference with 10 home runs • One of four Titans to have played in all 64 games last season, making 59 starts in left field and two in center • Had 16 multi-hit games, including two three-hit games in the Regionals on June 3 and 5 vs. Harvard and Arizona, respectively • Collected 10 multi-RBI games, including eight games with three-or-more runs driven in • Posted a modest six-game hitting streak from Mar. 5 to Mar. 23 hitting .429 (9-for-21) over that span • Had team-highs in total bases (10) and RBI (7) on June 3 vs. Harvard in a 19-0 win over the Crimson • Committed just one error in 110 (.991 FLD%) chances in the outfield • Earned all-conference honorable mention honors and was a member of the Fullerton Regional All-Tournament Team • Was named CSF's 2003-2004 Male Scholar Athlete of the Year and the 2005 Big West Spring Sport All-Academic team • Was drafted by the Tampa Bay Devil Rays in the 23rd round (No. 688 overall) in the 2005 MLB amateur draft.

TITANS `04: Started 66 of the Titans' 69 games, splitting time between center field and left field (only Prettyman, Pilittere and Suzuki played more games) • Set career highs in almost every offensive category • Was second on the team and third in the Big West Conference with 59 RBI • His 17 doubles were good for 10th best in the Big West Conference • Had 24 multi-RBI games, including a four-RBI game on Mar. 21 at Fresno State and a season-high six-RBI performance on Feb. 8 vs. UNLV • Hit in 10 of his last 12 games, including an eight-game hitting streak from June 5 - June 21 • Had 20 multiple-hit games, including four three-hit games and three four-hit games • Was named to the Fullerton Regional All-Tournament Team after going 8-for-18 (.444) with two home runs, three doubles and five RBI • Was a second-team All-Big West Conference selection • His two-run double keyed a three-run seventh inning in Game One of the CWS Championship Series, propelling the Titans to a 6-4 victory over Texas.

TITANS `03: Turned in a brilliant rookie campaign, which was capped with freshman All-American recognition from Baseball America (first team) and Collegiate Baseball • Also a second-team All-Big West Conference selection • Broke Phil Nevin's Titan freshman RBI record (52) with 54, which was second in the conference only to teammate and Big West Player of the Year Shane Costa • One of just three players in the Big West to finish among the top seven in batting (.348, seventh), slugging (.562, fourth) and on-base percentage (.464, first) • Also tied for sixth in the Big West with seven home runs • Missed the final 10 games of the regular season after suffering a chip fracture (he was hit by a pitch on the left hand) at Cal Poly on Apr. 27 • Titans were 43-7 when he was in the starting line-up (7-9 when he wasn't) • Batted a team-high .394 on the road • Listed as one of the top three freshmen outfielders in the nation in Baseball America's midseason report card • Was hit by 20 pitches, tied for the third most in a single season by a Titan • Started his collegiate career by collecting game-winning hits in two of the Titans' wins in a season-opening sweep of Stanford • Was 5-for-5 with three doubles, a homer and four RBI vs. Fresno State on Feb. 8 and earned co-Big West Player of the Week honors • Also named Player of the Week when he went 9-for-17 with a double, triple, two homers and 12 RBI in four games from Apr. 8-13 • Included in that stretch was an 8-RBI game vs. LMU (he had at least one RBI in each of the first five innings of a 22-6 win) • Made just one error in the outfield.

DIAMOND BAR H.S.: Was a three-year player at Diamond Bar (Calif.) H.S., where he was teammates with Dustin Miller • Named the Inland Valley Player of the Year as a senior, when he batted .530 with 11 homers and 50 RBI while also garnering first-team All-Sierra League and first-team All-San Gabriel Valley honors • Limited to six games his junior season • Batted .447 as a sophomore, when he was named second-team all-league • Also a first-team all-league free safety and punter for the Brahmas • His baseball and football proficiency was enough to earn Diamond Bar Athlete of the Year honors • Was a four-year honor roll member and was selected to six academic all-league teams • Was a Wendy's High School Heisman nominee.

PERSONAL: Born on July 20, 1984, in San Dimas, Calif. • Parents are Mike and Fran Dorn • Full name is Daniel Casey Dorn • Has two older siblings (Kim and Nick) and a younger sister (Megan) • Majoring in business • Was one of four Titans on the Long Beach Cardinals, which captured the Connie Mack World Series championship in Farmington, N.M., in 2002 • Lists his strangest summer job as selling ice cream at Anaheim Angels baseball games • Would like to see LSU added to the Fullerton schedule • Winning the national championship has been his greatest sports thrill to date • Favorites include: Barry Bonds (player), Of Mice and Men (book), Gladiator (movie), Baseball Tonight (TV show), Edward Norton (actor), Jessica Alba (actress), anything his mom makes (food).