36 Jake Silverman
36 Jake Silverman
Year: Senior
Position: Undergraduate Assistant Coach
Experience: 2nd Season

Jake Silverman is in his second season as the Titans' undergraduate assistant coach. The Cal State Fullerton senior made the transition from player to coach in 2009 after one season on the Titan roster as a catcher.

A spirited and highly regarded teammate, Silverman brings great pride and enthusiasm to the coaching staff and, among other duties, will assist Head Coach Dave Serrano in the bullpen.

Silverman, 23, has been coaching Mickey Mantle teams for the past six years and most recently has worked the Titan Baseball Elite camps while coaching some local Little League teams with facilities manager Brett Lindgren.

As a Titan, Silverman got into one game in his career as a pinch hitter at Pepperdine on Mar. 18, 2008. Prior to that he played two seasons for Head Coach Nick Fuscardo down the road at Fullerton College, where he went 7-for-20 (.350) in 16 games in 2006 as a freshman and made two starts in 14 games in 2007. He won the Art Nunn Award in 2007 for exemplary acts on and off the field.

The Orange, Calif., native prepped at Foothill High School in Tustin, Calif., and is currently working towards a bachelor's degree in communications with an emphasis in broadcast journalism.

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