2022 Week 7 Alumni Roundup

College baseball is heading into the meat of the season with many teams getting into the conference portions of their schedule. Here are some of the highlights from Rays alums in Week 7 in College Baseball. Be sure to head over the Rays Twitter account to vote for your Rays alumni Player of the Week!

CAM CRATIC belted two home runs on Sunday as Missouri State won a series at Samford. Cratic is now hitting .321 on the season. Teammate and fellow Rays alum DRAKE BALDWIN went 6-for-11 with a homer, five runs and four RBIs. On the season, Baldwin is hitting .383 with five home runs. The third fellow Rays alum on the Bears roster WALKER JENKINS went 4-for-9 with a triple and two runs scored.

TYLER CHADWICK has found his groove for Iowa Western as he has only allowed one hit, no earned runs with seven strikeouts in his last seven innings.

JACK WASHBURN earned the start for Mississippi on the road at Kentucky. Washburn went five innings, allowed four hits and earned run with six strikeouts while earning the win. On the season, Washburn is 4-1 with a 2.86 ERA and 33 strikeouts in 28.1 innings.

Texas Tech freshman OWEN WASHBURN hit a solo homer as the Red Raiders took a series at Kansas. Washburn finished 4-for-14 and is now hitting .339 on the year.

Clemson sophomore third baseman MAX WAGNER went 3-for-15 with four runs, a double and three RBIs for the Tigers weekend set vs. NC State. Wagner is now batting .349 on the year and was recently named the No. 8 third baseman in the nation by D!baseball.com.

QUINN BERGLIN went seven innings, scattering three hits, allowing no earned runs with 11 strikeouts for Lawrence at Grinnell.

RILEY FREY went eight strong innings, allowing only three hits, three runs with 10 strikeouts for Milwaukee in their win over Northern Kentucky.

ALAN RODEN went 5-for-15 for Creighton with three doubles, three RBIs and five runs scored as the Blue Jays swept The Citadel. On the year, Roden is hitting .358 on the season.

CAM DUPONT kept the bat hot going 4-for-7 for No. 1-ranked Madison College and is now batting .625 on the season. Teammate BRADY JURGELLA went 9-for-14 with four RBIs, four runs and two doubles, raising his average to .451 on the season. GABE ROESSLER went 9-for-18 with a three doubles, six RBIs and is hitting .489 in 2022.

REGAN KLAWITER went six strong innings for Northern Illinois against Miami (OH). The left-hander allowed three hits with two strikeouts.

COLTEN SCHILD went 3-for-6 with a triple and two runs scored for Saint Louis at Fordham.

St. Cloud State’s JOHN NETT went 5-for-8 this past weekend with two doubles and a triple, raising his batting average to .333 on the year.

CONOR MANTHEY homered for the second consecutive weekend for Bradley. Manthey also hit two doubles and drove in two runs at Southern Illinois.

RYAN STEFIUK turned in his best outing of the year for the State College of Florida, going seven innings of 3-hit ball, allowing a lone earned run while striking out 10 vs. Polk State College.

JACK OLVER and ANTHONY VIVIAN continue to pace UW-La Crosse offensively. Olver is now batting a team-best .523 with two homers, 18 runs scored and 25 RBIs while Vivian has five home runs and 17 RBIs for the Eagles.

Western Kentucky freshman ANDREW BROCKWELL turned in a scoreless inning at Louisville in his second appearance of the season.