Dominant pitching performances highlighted this week’s action for Rays alums. Quality starts and door-slamming relief appearances were the name of the game this past week. Below we will highlight some of the performances from this past weekend by former Rays players.

TREVOR OLSON got the start and went seven strong innings for Xavier in their win over Cincinnati. Olson allowed one lone run while striking out seven. On the season, Olson has thrown 19.1 innings allowing only 11 hits with 16 strikeouts while pitching to a 1.86 ERA.

Olson’s teammate and fellow Rays alum MATT DePREY made his first collegiate start behind the plate for Xavier collecting his first collegiate hit, a home run in the Musketeers’ 16-8 win over Cincinnati.

JACK WASHBURN came on in relief and slammed the door on Washington State throwing three innings of scoreless ball striking out four batters. For the season, Washburn has thrown 10 innings allowing only three hits while striking out 12. Washburn currently has a 1.89 ERA for the Beavers.

ADRIAN MONTILVA earned the start for Madison College and went three innings on no-hit ball striking out six batters against Joliet Junior College. Teammate and fellow Rays alum JACK McNEIL came on in relief and struck out four batters allowing a lone hit in two innings, earning the win.

TANNER KOHLHEPP made two appearances for the nationally-ranked Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Kohlhepp threw a combined 3.2 innings of scoreless ball, striking out five Duke Blue Devils.

ZACH GILLES helped Central Michigan to a 3-1 weekend series win over Dayton. Gilles was all over the bases going 7-for-12 with six walks and two hit-by-pitches for the Chippewas. Gilles scored four runs and drove in 10 on the weekend. For the year, Gilles leads the nation with a .646 on-base percentage and has driven in a team-leading 16 runs.

STEPHEN LUND continued his stretch of hitting balls out of the ball park. Lund hit a mammoth blast for the Gonzaga in their win at Santa Clara. Lund currently leads the team with five homers.

SHANE COKER started his season strong going 5-for-8, driving in three runs and scoring five himself in UW-La Crosse’s season-opening sweep over UW-Eau Claire.

BEN HAUSER threw a scoreless inning in relief against San Diego State. His brother and Rays alum JOE HAUSER made his first collegiate start, throwing 1.2 innings against UNLV.

TRENT BAUER went 6-for-19 for Western Illinois over the weekend. Bauer drove in five runs while scoring two runs for the Leathernecks.

DRAKE BALDWIN went 3-for-10 with two doubles and an RBI for Missouri State against Southern Miss. CAM CRATIC went 3-for-11 with two runs scored for the Bears. Cratic is hitting .375 on the season.

JAKE BERG notched his first collegiate start behind the dish for Jacksonville on Saturday. Berg knocked his first collegiate base hit.

QUINN BERGLIN continued his torrid start at the plate for Lawrence Univ. Berglin went 3-for-7 with two doubles, two runs scored and two RBIs in the Viking’s series sweep of Minnesota-Morris. Berglin is hitting .304 on the season.

BEN CAREW belted a home run for Kent State. Carew drove in two runs and scored three times.

NICK CARPENTER made his collegiate debut for UW-Stevens Point on the mound. Carpenter went a scoreless inning with a strikeout against UW-Whitewater.

MARCUS CLINE went 3-for-7 on the weekend for Milwaukee hitting two doubles, driving in two and crossing the plate two times against Northern Kentucky.

LOGAN MICHAELS made a defensive gem for Virginia in their win over Towson. Michaels was recently named to the Buster Posey Collegiate Catcher of the Year Award Watch List.

JON NETT went 4-for-11 for St. Cloud State over the weekend. For the season, Nett is batting .346 with two home runs for the Huskies.

On the season, CALVIN NOWAK is batting .273 with five runs scored, one double, three RBIs and a stolen base helping Lindenwood to a 12-0 start.

ALAN RODEN blasted a home run for Creighton against Kansas, his second homer of the season. Roden drove in four and scored three times.

COLTEN SCHILD went 4-for-16 with a double, two RBIs and a run scored for Saint Louis. Schild is hitting .310 on the season.

OTTO TREICHEL went 3-for-6 with two doubles and a homer for UW-Eau Claire in their season-opener against UW-La Crosse

ALEC TRELA went 3-for-12 with three runs scored and a double for Memphis.

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