Brett Lindgren is in his fifth season with the Titans, third as the team's facilities manager.
Lindgren spent his first two seasons (2006 and 2007) as a facilities manager under then-Head Coach George Horton before taking over as the volunteer assistant coach the past two seasons under Dave Serrano, where he was responsible for the catchers as well as serving as the team's first base coach.
His coaching career was kick-started in the summer of 2007 when he was an assistant coach for the Rochester Honkers of the Northwoods League in Minnesota. Though he started as an assistant, he ended up finishing as the team's head coach after some mid-season staff departures.
In the off season, Lindgren, 27, works Titan Baseball Elite camps and coaches local Little League teams with Undergraduate Assistant Coach Jake Silverman.
Lindgren played two seasons (2002-03) and became a second-team All-Central Valley Conference infielder for Fresno City College, helping the Rams to a conference championship his sophomore season. He transferred to East Carolina to finish his eligibility in 2004 and 2005 under then-Head Coach Randy Mazey.
Lindgren prepped in Northern California and was an all-league and all-county performer for Santa Cruz High School, leading the Cardinals to a pair of Santa Cruz Coast League titles.
Lindgren resides in Placentia and is currently working toward his bachelor's degree in kinesiology at Cal State Fullerton.