|Hometown:||La Palma, Calif.|
|High School:||Los Alamitos HS|
TITANS `05: He hit .343 in 54 games for the Titans', making 25 starts mainly in center field, platooning with Bobby Andrews Sported a six-game hitting streak from Mar. 5 to Mar. 13, going 7-for-12 (.583) over that stretch Collected eight multi-hit games, including two in which he knocked three against UC Santa Barbara (May 1) and Pepperdine (May 10) On May 10 vs. Pepperdine, he also collected a career-high five RBI, finishing 3-for-3 with a home run and his first career triple in the Titans' 13-4 victory Hit his first career homer on Mar. 13 against the then No. 1 Tulane Green Wave Made no errors in the outfield in 61 chances.
TITANS `04: Appeared in 33 games, making a pair of starts in the outfield Hit .158 on the season, collecting his first career hit against Pacific on Apr. 8 Used mostly as a pinch-runner for the Titans as a freshman, Tripp scored 13 runs on the season, including a career-best two runs against LMU (Apr. 13) and Cal Poly (May 1) Scored the game-tying run on a wild pitch in the national championship-clinching game against Texas and scored the tying run on a Ronnie Prettyman single in the Titans' 2-1 extra-inning victory over Long Beach State on May 21.
LOS ALAMITOS H.S.: A four-year starter in baseball and football Named first-team all-league three years in baseball, as well as team MVP his senior year Led football team to CIF championship while being named Sunset League MVP and first-team All-CIF as a wide receiver.
PERSONAL: Born on April 2, 1985, in Artesia, Calif. Parents are John and Natalie Tripp Full name is Brandon John Tripp His nickname is Tripper Has a younger sibling (Jordan) Says his grandfather is his greatest influence Majoring in communications Eats a Snickers before each game Would like to see Miami & Texas added to the Titans' schedule Says his greatest sports thrill was winning the College World Series in 2004 Likes to work out and swim in his free time Models his game after Ken Griffey, Jr. Favorites include: Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (team), Old School, Van Wilder, & Hitch (movies), Will Smith (actor), Usher, Eminem & 50 Cent (musical artists), BaseballAmerica.com and myspace.com (web sites).