Week 10 of the College Baseball season featured more dynamic performances from Rays alums. As conference play heats up, former Rays lead their teams to sweeps and series’ wins. Below are some highlights from the past week from former Rays players:

ANTHONY VIVIAN slugged two homers in UW-La Crosse’s sweep of UW-Whitewater. Vivian also went deep in the Eagles’ loss at Gustavus Adolphus. For the year, Vivian is batting .371 and has a WIAC-leading 13 home runs. Teammate and fellow Rays alum JACK OLVER went 8-for-23 with three doubles, four RBIs and six runs scored.

JOHN NETT continued his outstanding season for ST. Cloud State. The senior went 12-for-19 with four doubles, a triple and five runs scored. For the season, Nett is batting a lofty .435 with 16 doubles, three homers, 40 runs scored and is 14-for-16 on stolen base attempts.

ETHAN BOSACKER turned in his first-career complete game in Xavier’s weekend sweep at Villanova. Bosacker went nine innings, scattered eight hits and struck out four batters. For the year, Bosacker has a 3.48 ERA and has 67 strikeouts in 62 innings. MATTHEW DePREY went 6-for-15 on the weekend with two runs scored and two RBIs. DePrey is batting .321 on the year.

RILEY FREY took a no-decision for Milwaukee in the Panthers’ win over Northern Kentucky. Frey went six innings and struck out nine. Frey has 63 strike outs in 60 innings on the season. MARCUS CLINE went 6-for-15 with a double, triple, four runs scored and two RBIs. JUSTIN HAUSSER had four hits and had a double and an RBI.

CAM CRATIC extended his hitting streak to eight games. The senior also homered twice for Missouri State and is hitting .287 on the season.

JAKE BERG had five hits for Lipscomb and scored six runs. The Junior walked three times, raising his season walk total to 31. Berg also doubled twice.

CAL McGINNIS homered for the second time of the season for Bradley.

JIMMY JUERGENSEN went 6-for-13 with a homer, two doubles and drove in six. For the year, Juergensen is hitting .345 for Concordia, Wis.

DAVIS ZEUTZUIS threw two scoreless innings for Winona State. On the season, Zeutzuis has a 2.60 ERA and has 20 strike outs in 17.1 innings and has only allowed 10 hits.

ANGEL RADES homered for UW-Parkside vs. Davenport. It was Rades’ second homer of the season.

GABE ROESSLER homered in Madison College’s win over Carl Sandburg. Roessler is batting .362 on the year. MICHAEL CARPENTER threw six innings and struck out 10, allowing a lone earned run. ANDRES KLEINSEK sports a 1.66 ERA on the season and has 24 strike outs in 21.2 innings, while allowing only 12 hits.

MASON KIRCHBERG hit his seventh homer of the season for UW-Oshkosh in the Titans’ sweep of UW-Platteville.

MAX WAGNER hit his first homer of the season for the Aberdeen Iron Birds, the High-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles.

ALAN RODEN extended his on-base streak to nine games after he homered and singled for the Vancouver Canadiens, the High-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays.

DANNY JANSEN homered for the first time this season, a pinch hit bomb for the Toronto Blue Jays.