2022 Week 10 Alumni Roundup

Two GRB Rays alums hit six homers each as Week 10 of the college baseball season wraps up. Week 10 also featured a no-hitter in what was one of the best weeks for former Rays players. Here are some of the highlights from this past week. Be sure to head over the Rays Twitter account to vote for your Rays alumni Player of the Week!

Rays alum and Clemson third baseman MAX WAGNER was named the ACC and National Player of the Week for his performance. Wagner went 8-for-19 with six home runs, a double, 10 RBIs and eight runs scored as the Tigers went 4-1 on the week. On the season, Wagner is hitting .366 with 17 homers, a triple, 12 doubles and 47 RBIs.

Concordia, Wis. third baseman SAM BEERS also belted six homers. Beers finished the week 18-for-31 with 13 runs, three doubles and 14 RBIs. For the years, Beers is hitting .391 with eight long balls.

JACK EAGN threw a gem for West Texas A&M. The senior lefty struck out 14 batters en route to his first no-hitter.

ALAN RODEN extended his hitting streak to 14 games for Creighton. The sophomore first baseman went 9-for-21 with three doubles and 4 RBIs and is hitting .389 for the season.

QUINN BERGLIN made two starts this week throwing a one-hit shutout against Beloit. Berglin threw 16 innings the past week, scattering eight hits while striking out 11 and has a 1.36 ERA.

DRAKE BALDWIN went 5-for-15 with a homer for Missouri State. Baldwin is hitting .348 with six homers. Teammate and fellow Rays alum WALKER JENKINS had his 13-game hitting streak snapped. Jenkins had a homer to go along with two doubles and is now hitting .325 on the year.

BRIGS RICHARTZ homered for the second time this season for St. Thomas. Richartz also doubles and drove in five runs.

JOHN NETT went 8-for-21 with eight runs, four RBIs and two doubles as St. Cloud State won their 13th-straight game. Nett is batting .356 on the season.

AUSTIN WAGNER threw six innings, scattering six hits and unearned run with seven strikeouts for Univ. of Mary.

OWEN WASHBURN hit a ball off the scoreboard for Texas Tech and now has five homers on the season.

TREVOR OLSON threw 3.2 innings, allowing a hit while striking out four for Xavier. JEFF HOLTZ went 3-for-7 with two doubles, two RBIs and three runs scored.