Conference tournament time is here and several Rays alums have helped lead their team to tournament titles and NCAA tourney bids. Other Rays had memorable Mother’s Days. Here are some highlights from the past week from former Rays players:

JACK OLVER and ANTHONY VIVIAN both homered twice for UW-La Crosse as the Eagles captured the WIAC conference tournament title over the weekend. Olver went 8-for-15 with five runs scored and five RBIs. For the season, Olver is hitting .369 and is currently on a 14-game hitting streak and has a hit in 36 of La Crosse’s 40 games this year. Vivian belted two homers in the championship game, his 15th and 16th of the season.Vivian is now batting .365 for the year.

MAX WAGNER hit two home runs on the week, bringing his season total to five. Wagner went 6-for-20, scored four runs and drove in three for Aberdeen, the High-A affiliate of the Baltimore Orioles.

CADE BUNNELL had a birthday and a Mother’s Day to remember. Bunnel went 4-for-5 with a grand slam and five RBIs on Sunday. It was Bunnell’s fourth homer of the season for the Mississippi Braves, Double-A affiliate of the Atlanta Braves.

DANNY JANSEN scored a walk-off single on Sunday for the Toronto Blue Jays.

MATTHEW DePREY hit his 12th homer of the season for Xavier on Friday, while ETHAN BOSACKER went 6 innings, scattering three hits and striking out nine. For the year, Bosacker has 87 strikeouts in 78 innings pitched with a 3.58 ERA.

JOSH CARON hit a solo homer on Mother’s Day for Nebraska, his 7th homer of the year.

JOHN NETT helped St. Cloud State capture the NSIC conference tournament. Nett went 9-for-23 with seven runs scored, six RBIs and a double. For the season, Nett is batting .446.

MARCUS CLINE homered for Milwaukee against Wright State.

CAM CRATIC bumped his season average to .321 by going 5-for-11 on the weekend for Missouri State. Cratic also had two doubles.

MASON KIRCHBERG hit his 12th home run of the season for UW-Oshkosh in the WIAC tournament.

MICHAEL CARPENTER went 7.1 innings, allowing two hits, no earned runs and nine strikeouts as Madison College won their Sectional title.