Week 4 of college baseball has come and gone with several Rays alumni staying hot as some teams enter conference play. Here are some highlights from the past week for some former Rays players:
Logan Michaels helped Virginia to a 3-1 record as they opened ACC play with a home series with NC State. Michaels finished the week 7-for-14 including a 4-for-5 game against Richmond earlier in the week. Michaels had three doubles and five RBIs bumping his average to .315 on the season.
Stephen Lund hit a home run for the second consecutive weekend as the Zags split a home series with Cal-State Northridge. Lund finished the weekend 5-for-17 with two runs and two RBIs.
Colten Schild went 5-for 12 this past weekend for Saint Louis against Bowling Green. Schild has worked his batting average to .316 for the season.
Drake Baldwin continued his hot start to the season going 5-for-16 this past week for Missouri State. Baldwin still leads the team with a .321 batting average.
Aaron Mutter went eight strong innings as Winona State topped Tiffin in a conference series. Mutter allowed only four hits while striking out four.
Ryan Schmitt earned the save for Illinois throwing 2.1 innings and striking out three Elon batters.
Tanner Kohlhepp improved to 3-0 on the season for Iowa Western. Kohlhepp worked 4.2 innings, allowing a hit while striking out six.
Calvin Nowak now finished the weekend 5-for-10 while recording an inside-the-park home run for Lindenwood. Now is now hitting .359 on the season.
Adam LaRock provided a punch for Milwaukee going 2-for-3 with three RBIs and two runs scored in a Panther victory.
Jacob Rajkovich went 2-for-4 for St. Norbert in their season opening weekend at Milikin.
Joe Acker went 4-for10 on the weekend, including his second home run of the season for Nebraska.
Jack Washburn threw two-thirds scoreless for Oregon State against UC Santa Barbara.
Ben Hauser made three appearances for Air Force over the week, throwing three innings.
Zach Gilles helped Central Michigan to a 4-0 weekend sweep of North Florida. Gilles finished 4-for-13 with four runs and 2 RBIs.
Grant Frazer made one appearance, throwing two thirds of an inning with a strikeout for Central Michigan.
Nick Herbst went 3-for-9 for Winona State with two RBIs. Herbst is now hitting .326 on the season.
Trent Bauer hit his second home run of the season for Western Illinois at Missouri.