Rays alums turned in several career-firsts as Week 7 of the College Baseball season has passed. Here are some highlights from form Rays players from the past week in College Baseball.

Florida State freshman CAL FISHER earned his first collegiate start against Louisville and hit his second homer of the season. Fisher finished the weekend 3-for-5 with three RBIs and is now hitting .467 on the season.

JOHN NETT belted his first homer of the season for Kansas. Nett finished with four hits and two RBIs against BYU and is hitting .313 on the year.

ELIJAH FRANK led UW-Whitewater over the past week going 11-for-20 with four doubles, a triple, five RBIs and eight runs scored. For the season, Frank is hitting .485.

Nebraska backstop JOSH CARON belted a grand slam at Northwestern to help catapult the Huskers into the D1baseball.com Top-25. The grand slam was Caron’s sixth long ball of the season.

JAKE BERG hit his first homer of the season as Lipscomb topped North Alabama. Berg finished 2-for-3 on the weekend.

Milwaukee junior JUSTIN HAUSSER hit his first home run of the season. Hausser finished the weekend 7-for-13 with four runs scored and three doubles. Fellow Rays alum ADRIAN MONTILVA turned in a career performance going six innings, scattering four hits with a lone earned run and 10 strike outs.

Michigan State freshman LANDEN LOZIER had three hits against Rutgers, including an RBI double. Lozier walked three times and is now hitting .382 on the season.

MICHAEL CARPENTER went five innings of shutout ball, scattering three hits vs. Sauk Valley for Madison College. Carpenter has a 2.16 ERA on the year and has 38 strikeouts in 25 innings.

OWEN WASHBURN hit his fifth homer of the season for Texas Tech against Stanford.

JOEY NERAT had three hits, a double and three RBIs for Dallas Baptist vs. New Mexico State.

JACKSON HUNLEY went-2for-6 with three RBIs for Lewis vs. Truman State.

BRADY JURGELLA hit his first homer of the season for Minnesota at Iowa.

MASON COYLE went 6-for-11 with six RBIs, three doubles and three runs scored for St. Mary’s (Minn.).

ANDREW RAJKOVICH hit his first homer of the season for UW-LaCrosse against UW-Platteville.

JACK McKELLIPS went 3-for-6 with two triples and four runs scored for UW-Oshkosh. Fellow Rays alum MASON KIRCHBERG hit his second and third home run of the season.

MATTHEW DePREY went 5-for-13 with two runs scored for Xavier against Bowling Green.

MAX KALK went 2-for-5 with two runs for Ball State.