Talented two-sport athlete as a prep player who is projected to be positioned in left or right field in 2013 ... Played for the Bethesda (Md.) Big Train in the Cal Ripken League during summer of 2012 ... Batted .309 over 34 games with 11 doubles, four home runs and 20 runs batted in ... Competed for the Conejo Oaks of the Connie Mack League from 2008 to 2011.
SAN DIEGO STATE 2012
Made eight starts as a freshman with five of those coming in left field (one in right field, two as DH) ... Came off the bench as a pinch hitter or defensive replacement on 20 occasions ... Had season-high two hits in contests against Oregon State (Feb. 24) and Pacific (Feb. 25) ... Recorded a double and three runs batted in during that game against Oregon State ... Successful on his lone steal attempt of the year (vs. Pacific) ... Did not commit an error in the outfield.
Earned four varsity letters as a baseball player at Thousand Oaks High School ... Coached there by James Steuve ... Earned all-Marmonte League, all-CIF and all-county recognition as a senior when he hit .402 with four doubles, three triples and a home run ... Had 18 RBI in 26 games along with a .479 on-base percentage and .561 slugging percentage ... As a sophomore batted .377 with three doubles, five home runs and 13 RBI ... Compiled a .484 on-base percentage and .717 slugging mark ... Also earned all-CIF and all-league honors as a football player at the quarterback and defensive back positions ... As the Lancers starting QB in 2010 completed 65.5 percent of his passes for 2,342 yards and 24 touchdowns with only four interceptions ... Also rushed for 305 yards, an average of 3.9 yards per carry.
Avondre Dwayne Bollar was born May 29, 1993, in San Diego, Calif. ... Son of Eric and Regina Bollar ... Mother is a San Diego State alum ... Interests include baseball and video games ... Favorite athlete is Detroit Tigers outfielder Torii Hunter ... Was also recruited by UNLV, Washington, Texas A&M, UCLA and Fresno State ... A criminal justice major at San Diego State ... Career plans in professional baseball or in the field of law enforcement.