Baseballs were flying all over parks across the country as Rays alums combined for seven home runs and 21 doubles over the past week. Some of the best performances of the season took place over the past week for former Rays players as teams head into the bulk of their conference schedules. Below we will highlight some of the performances from this past weekend by former Rays players.

ALAN RODEN continued to swing a hot bat as Creighton swept a three-game series with Villanova. Roden went 5-for-12 with three doubles, a home run, three walks, scoring five runs and driving in nine. For the season, Roden is hitting .328 with a team-high 28 RBIs.

ALEC TRELA bashed three home runs for Memphis in their weekend series at East Carolina. Trela went deep in three games of the four-game set and now has seven long balls on the season for the Tigers.

JOE ACKER produced once again in the leadoff spot for Nebraska as the senior helped the Cornhuskers to a 2-1 weekend vs. Maryland. Acker went 7-for-14 with six runs scored, three runs driven in to go along with four doubles, a walk and a stolen base. On the season, Acker is now hitting .329.

Former Rays teammates and St. Cloud State teammates JACK HABECK and JOHN NETT helped the Huskies to a 3-2 weekend. Habeck earned two wins on the mound going 7.1 innings allowing only two hits with two strikeouts. On the year, Habeck is 5-0 with a 1.25 ERA in 21.2 innings with 18 strikeouts. Nett, went 5-for-18 with three runs scored, five RBIs and two doubles with two walks and two stolen bases. On the season, Nett has a .362 batting average.

TANNER KOHLHEPP made two appearances for Notre Dame in their weekend set with No. 14 Georgia Tech. Kohlhepp went 5.1 innings allowing only three hits while striking out five. On the season, Kohlhepp has a 2.55 ERA with 27 strikeouts in 24.1 innings.

STEPHEN LUND went 6-for-12 with a homer and four RBIs for Gonzaga over the weekend. Lund now has seven long balls on the season.

SHANE COKER had a big weekend for UW-La Crosse in their weekend sweep of UW-Eau Claire. Coker went 8-for-18 with two doubles, three RBIs and seven runs scored. Coker is now hitting .350 on the season.

COLTEN SCHILD went 7-for-22 with five runs scored, two RBIsΒ  a double, a triple with two walks fro Saint Louis as the Billikens went 3-1 vs. George Mason.

DRAKE BALDWIN hit a walk-off home run as Missouri State downed Drury in a mid-week matchup. Baldwin finished 2-for-4 with two runs scored and two RBIs with a walk. CAM CRATIC went 1-for-3 with a double, scored three runs and walked twice. Cratic is now hitting .340 for the season.

NICK ELSEN hit another home run in Kent State’s weekend series with Toledo. Elsen finished 4-for-16 with four runs scored, five RBIs, a double and a walk. BEN CAREW went 4-for-17 with four runs, four RBIs, a double, a triple a walk and a stolen base.

JAKE BERG went 3-for-6 with a run scored, including a 2-for-4 effort in Jacksonville’s upset with at No. 17-ranked Florida State. Berg also chipped in a stolen base and a walk.

GRANT FRAZER earned a win in Central Michigan’s split with Bowling Green over the weekend. Frazer went two innings with a strikeout. ZACH GILLES went 3-for-14 with a run scored, and RBI, a walk and two stolen bases for the Chippewas.

RILEY FREY was a tough-luck loser on the mound for Milwaukee. The freshman went seven innings allowing seven hits with two earned runs while striking out six. For the year, Frey sports a 2.89 ERA in 37 innings with 35 strikeouts.

A group of former Rays helped Madison College to a 5-0 record in a series with Bryant & Stratton. EDUARDO SAUCEDOΒ  went 3-for-13 with five runs scored, an RBI, a double and five walks. SPENCER BARTEL went 4-for-9 with four runs scored, four RBIs, two double and two walks. TAITEN MANRIQUEZ went 3-for-6 with four RBIs, two walks and a run scored. REAGAN KLAWITER earned a win on the mound going 5.1 innings allowing four hits a walk while striking out five. JACK McNEIL went 3.2 innings on the mound allowing an earned run with a strikeout.

CALVIN NOWAK help No. 2-ranked Lindenwood split a weekend series with Lewis Univ. Nowak went 6-for-16, scoring eight runs, driving in three with a double, three walks and two stolen bases.

JACK WASHBURN made two appearances for Oregon State. Washburn went 5.1 innings pitched allowing only three hits with eight strikeouts. On the season, Washburn has 32 strikeouts in 22 innings pitched with only nine hits allowed.

CARL VALK went 2-for-4 with a run scored in Bradley’s weekend series win vs. Evansville.

COLIN HAGEMAN went 3-for-13 with two doubles, three RBIs, five walks with four runs scored for UW-Stout.

QUIN HENWOOD went 2-for-10 with three runs scored and a double for UW-Stevens Point

NICK HERBST went 3-for-9 with a double and a run scored for Winona State.

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