31 Adam Jorgenson
31 Adam Jorgenson
Birth Date: 09/10/1985
Height: 6-0
Weight: 185
Year: Senior
Hometown: Costa Mesa, Calif.
High School: La Quinta HS
Position: RHP
B/T: R/R
Experience: 3V

TITANS `07: Had a team-leading 28 appearances in 2007, including three starts • Was named Big West Conference Pitcher of the Week on Feb. 5 after pitching a career-high 6.1 scoreless innings of two-hit relief with a career-high seven strikeouts in the Titans' Feb. 3 win over Stanford • Picked up back-to-back saves on Feb 24. (at UCLA) and Feb. 27 (San Diego State), then again on both ends of a double header, Apr. 15 at UC Davis • Was unbeaten in his college career (7-0), until the last week of the regular season when he suffered back-to-back losses at conference rival Long Beach State on May 26-27 • Saw his postseason streak of 12.2 innings without surrendering a run come to an end, as he gave up two runs to Fresno State on June 2, though he earned his eighth save of the year in the Titans' win • Picked up a Super Regional win vs. UCLA on June 10 with 2/3 scoreless innings • Moved into the Fullerton all-time Top 10 in appearances (72) and saves (11) his junior year.

TITANS `06: Had the third-best ERA of Titan pitchers at 1.48 ERA, also posting a 2-0 record in 30.1 innings • Made one midweek start at Pepperdine on Feb. 28, going two scoreless innings • Had a 3:1 (21:7) strikeout-to-walk ratio, going just five outings without recording a strikeout • His worst outing of 2006 came on May 10 vs. USC when he surrendered three runs (two earned) on three hits, walking one without a strikeout in the Titans' 7-6 victory • Allowed just seven hits over his last eight appearances (13 innings) without surrendering a run • Continued his scoreless streak (11.2 innings) in the postseason making six appearances in 2006 without allowing a run while striking out four in eight innings of work.

TITANS `05: Appeared in 24 games as a freshman, good for second most on the staff • Tossed 41.1 innings almost exclusively out of the bullpen, posting a 4.67 ERA • Longest outing of the season came on Mar. 13 against the then No. 1 Tulane Green Wave, when he tossed 5 innings, allowing three earned runs on nine hits in the Titans' only loss in New Orleans • Notched his first collegiate win on Mar. 9 against Cal State Northridge in two innings of scoreless relief • Made quite an impression in his first collegiate outing on Feb. 4 against Stanford, tossing three shutout innings, picking up his first career save, and striking out the side in the eighth, including National Player of the Year candidates Jed Lowrie and John Mayberry, Jr. • Gave up six runs on 12 hits in his only start of the season on Mar. 1 at San Diego State; the Titans made up for it scoring 18 times ensuring a no-decision • Struck out a career-high 4 batters on three occasions: Feb. 4 vs. Stanford, Mar. 13 at Tulane and Apr. 17 vs. Pacific. • Was almost perfect in the post season, making four appearances (3.2 innings) without allowing a run and striking out five.

LA QUINTA HS: Lettered three years at La Quinta High School in Westminster, Calif. • Named Most Improved Player first season on varsity • Won MVP of the Garden Grove League and named CIF Player of the Year after batting .517 and going 13-1 from the mound • Led all pitchers in Orange County with 121 strikeouts to only 8 walks • Selected to the 2004 Orange County All-Star team.

PERSONAL: Born on September 10, 1985, in Anaheim, Calif. • Full name is Adam Michael Jorgenson • Parents are Jeff and Char Marie Jorgenson • Has an older sister (Laura) • Majoring in criminal justice • Says his parents have been the greatest influence on his life • Enjoys surfing and hanging out with his girlfriend when he is away from the yard • Says pitching at the College World Series has been his greatest sports thrill • Would like to see the Titans add Texas to their schedule • Favorites include: Kevin Costner (actor), Office Space, Joe Dirt and Team America World Police (movies), That 70's Show (TV show), Atlanta Braves (team) and Tim Hudson (player).


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