|Hometown:||Diamond Bar, Calif.|
|High School:||Diamond Bar HS|
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).