Successful Dinner with the Titans Kicks Off 2014 Season

FULLERTON, Calif. – Over 325 guests gathered at the Phoenix Club in Anaheim last Saturday to support the Cal State Fullerton baseball program.
 

The event raised nearly $50,000 for the nationally-renowned Cal State Fullerton baseball program thanks to donations, raffle drawings and proceeds from the silent auction .

"The event was our most successful yet," third-year head coach Rick Vanderhook said. "I can't thank our donors, fans and former players enough for providing their support to our program. Their efforts help to ensure the success of our student-athletes and our program."

Fans were invited to join the Titans for live music, autograph opportunities, photo booth, silent auction and much more.

The 2013 Cal State Fullerton program was honored for its 51-10 season and run to the Super Regionals, while former Titans Sergio Brown, Christian Colon, Brent Mayne, Chris Robinson, Ricky Romero, George Sarkissian, Justin Turner, Shane Turner, Jon Ward and Jon Wilhite were also in attendance.

Aaron Rowand also served as the evening's keynote speaker.

The Titans enter 2014 as the No. 1 preseason pick as evaluated by Collegiate Baseball.

The 2014 season begins on Friday, Feb. 14 as Cal State Fullerton begins a three-game series against Washington State, and season tickets, ticket packages and single-game tickets are currently on sale.

In addition, the alumni game is scheduled for 1 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 25, at Goodwin Field.