|Hometown:||Pebble Beach, Calif.|
|High School:||Robert Louis Stevenson|
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2004: Made three appearances on the season, all in relief ... threw 3.0 innings, allowing two hits ... did not allow a hit in first two outings of the season ... posted his first collegiate strikeout on March 24 against Stanford.
HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION: A 2003 graduate of Robert Louis Stevenson High School in Pebble Beach, Calif ... played baseball for coach Paul Wilcox, football for coach Scott Hare, and lacrosse for coach Dan Powers ... was a three-year varsity starter ... led team in hitting in 2002 with 34 hits and a .466 batting average ... was named first team All-Mission Trail Athletic League playing center field ... as a senior was selected team captain and earned second team All-MTAL honors as a second baseman ... career batting average of .310, with 11 doubles, three triples, two homeruns, 34 RBI, and 48 runs ... led team to a three year overall record of 37-37, CCS playoff appearances in 2001 and 2002 ... appearance in 2002 CCA playoffs-Semifinalist Div. III ... also played football earning second team All-MTAL as a defensive back in 2002.
PERSONAL DATA: Born December 6, 1984 in Walnut Creek, Calif ... son of Don and Candy Dormer ... has one older sister Katie who graduated from Santa Clara in 2003 ... was a volunteer coach and camp director for the Aldrete Baseball Academy in Monterey, Calif ... hobbies include fly fishing, hunting, video games and cars.
Dormer's Career Pitching Statistics