4 - Clark Hardman
Clark Hardman
Birth Date: 08/08/1985
Height: 6-2
Weight: 195
Year: Senior
Hometown: Trabuco Canyon, Calif.
High School: Mission Viejo HS
Position: OF
B/T: L/R
Experience: 2V

TITANS `06: Posted just a .224 batting averagein his first season back from shoulder surgery that kept him out agood portion of the 2005 season • Started 36 games for theTitans (23 in leftfield replacing injured Danny Dorn, 11 incenterfield and two games as the designated hitter) • Entered26 games as a sub to lead the team • Had three multi-hitgames, the best of which was a season-best three-hit performance onFeb. 17 against UC Irvine • Drove in a season-high two runs ontwo occasions, one on Mar. 25 vs. Long Beach State, the other onMay 7 at UC Santa Barbara • Had three outfield assists despitestill recovering from surgery • Had a four-game hitting streakfrom Feb. 17 to Feb. 24 when he went 6-for-17 (.353).

TITANS `05: Batted .500 (6-for-12) with a homerun and two RBI in seven games before suffering a season-endingshoulder injury sliding head-first into third base on Feb. 25 atUNLV • Made one appearance on the mound Feb. 6 vs. Stanford,giving up one hit in 2 innings of work, while striking out one• Was granted a redshirt season.

TITANS `04: Was named a Freshman All-Americanby both Collegiate Baseball and Baseball America for hisoutstanding season • Played in 61 of the 69 games, and started36 of the last 37, primarily in centerfield • Had 20multiple-hit games, including two four-hit games within two days ofeach other at Pacific. In that series from Apr. 8 to Apr. 10 atPacific, he hit a cool .714 (10-for-14) and scored 5 runs •Had an 11-game hitting streak from Apr. 4 - Apr. 24 that saw theTitans go 10-1 over that stretch • His .341 average was goodfor fourth on the team and 15th in the Big West Conference and his73 hits placed him just outside the top 10 in the conference •Had 7 defensive assists from the outfield • Had nine multi-RBIgames including May 9 vs. UC Riverside when he knocked in three• Was 5-for-10 (.500) and scored three runs in the SuperRegionals held at Goodwin Field, eliminating Tulane and advancingthe Titans to the College World Series • Was a first-teamAll-Big West selection • Made only five appearances on themound • His best outing came on Apr. 20 vs. UCLA when he wenttwo scoreless innings, striking out two Bruins in a losingeffort.

MISSION VIEJO HS: Lettered two years for CoachChris Ashbach as a center fielder and pitcher • Earnedfirst-team All-South Coast League honors as a junior after hitting.451 and stealing 15 bases • Hit .456 with 14 stolen bases hissenior year and went 3-2 with a 3.05 ERA on the mound • Namedsecond-team All-CIF, second-team All-Orange County and first-teamall-league as a senior • Also earned two letters for CIFDivision II football championship teams.

PERSONAL: Born on August 8, 1985, in NewportBeach, Calif. • Parents are Randall Hardman and KimberlySarnecky • Full name is Clark Randall Hardman • Has twosiblings (Kelli and teammate, Kyle) • Lists Jesus Christ andhis grandpa as his influences • Majoring in business •Would like to see Arizona State, Miami or LSU added to the Titans'schedule • Lists poker and wakeboarding as activities heenjoys when he is away from the yard • Chose Fullerton becauseof the coaches and the school's baseball reputation • Winningthe College World Series has been his greatest sportsaccomplishment • Favorites include: Los Angeles Angels ofAnaheim (team), Jim Edmonds (player), The Sandlot (movie), homemadetacos (food), Will Smith (actor), Tara Reid (actress), Wooden(book) and espn.com (web site).