Manzer homers to continue super start at Sonoma State
Posted by Van Williams, ALB Media Director | Mar 1, 2015
Adam Manzer of Anchorage has returned to college baseball with a bang.
The junior outfielder at NCAA D2 Sonoma State in California is hitting .333 in his first six games after sitting out last season as a transfer from College of Marin.
He slugged his first home run for Sonoma State in a 4-3 loss to Chico State and owns a .411 on-base percentage.
Manzer, of West High fame, was an all-star catcher in high school but now is a versatile outfielder for the Seawolves; he has already played defense in left, center and right field.
Two years ago, Manzer hit a career-high .279 in 32 games for College of Marin. He was one of the league’s hottest hitters in the final 12 games when he hit .373.
This story was written by Van Williams, a freelance writer in Anchorage and the ALB Media Director.