We are down to the wire in the 2023 College Baseball season as conference tournaments are right around the corner. In Week 12, Rays alums helped their teams move and stay atop the standings. Here are some highlights from the past week from former Rays players:

STEPHEN LUND and DAVIS HAMILTON had nice weeks to help North Dakota State to a weekend sweep of Northern Colorado. Lund went 5-for-11 with his 6th homer of the season. Lund also doubled, drove in five runs and scored seven runs. Hamilton went 3-for-5 with four RBIs and three runs scored.

ETHAN BOSACKER threw seven strong innings, scattering two hits in Xavier’s win at Creighton. Bosacker allowed a lone earned run and struck out nine. For the year, Bosacker is 6-2 with a 3.5o ERA with 78 strikeouts in 72 innings pitched.

JIMMY JUERGENSEN homered twice, his 6th and 7th of the season, for Concordia, Wis. vs. Illinois Tech. Juergensen drove in 10 runs on 10 hits with three doubles.

DAVIS ZEUTZUIS went 6 innings in relief for Winona State, allowing a lone hit and no earned runs. For the year, Zeutzuis has a 2.70 ERA and has 25 strikeouts in 26.2 innings pitched.

QUINN BERGLIN continued his hot stretch on the mound for Lawrence. Berglin went 8 innings, scattering five hits and allowed no earned runs while striking out eight vs. Univ. of Chicago. For the season, Berglin has a 2.38 ERA and has allowed only three earned runs in his last 28.1 innings pitched.

CAM CRATIC belted his sixth homer of the year for Missouri State. Cratic had five hits on the weekend while driving in four runs. Cratic is batting .309 on the season.

KOLTON SCHALLER extended his hitting streak to six games for Kent State, while driving in five runs. Schaller hit his third homer of the season at Michigan and is now batting .381 on the season.

JACK OLVER went 10-for-21 with a home run and three RBIs for UW-La Crosse. It was Olver’s sixth homer of the season, who is not hitting .354 on the year.

JOSH CARON hit a laser home run for Nebraska at Maryland. It was Caron’s sixth homer of the year.

GEORGE KLASSEN went 6 innings, allowing five hits, a lone earned run and four strikeouts as Minnesota topped Michigan on Saturday.

MASON COYLE went 8-for-16 with three doubles and nine RBIs for St. Mary’s, Minn. For the year, Coyle is batting .365, which leads the team.

ELIOT TURNQUIST went four strong innings, allowing three hits while striking out four vs. Oakland for Milwaukee.

REECE LAWLER threw two clean innings with a strikeout for UIC vs. Belmont.

JAKE BERG extended his hitting streak to five games for Lipscomb. Berg had a double and drove in two runs.

MASON KIRCHBERG belted his 10th homer of the season for UW-Oshkosh.

QUIN HENWOOD helped UW-Stevens Point capture the regular-season WIAC title. Henwood went 4-for-7 with two RBIs on the weekend.

CAL McGINNIS had four hits for Bradley in their weekend set vs. Indiana State.

GABE ROESSLER had a hit in all seven games for Madison College, as the Wolf Pack captured their conference championship. Roessler scored nine runs and drove in five. TRACE KIRCHBERG went 2-for-2 with two triples and three RBIs. NICK WEST threw 6.2 innings over three appearances, allowing only three hits with five strikeouts.