Elsen Crushes Two Homers for Kent State
Week four of college baseball was upon us this week, and several Rays had great weeks. Below are some of the highlights of the week:
Nick Elsen (2017) had a big week for Kent State, going 6-for-13 with a doubler, triple, two bombs, five runs, and four RBI’s.
Sticking with Kent State, Kian O’Brien (2015) went 3-for-9 with an RBI on the week. Pete Schuler (2015) went 4-for-11 with a double, home run, and three RBIs. Connor Wollersheim (2015) put together another quality start for Kent State yielding just one hit in five innings, an earned run, while striking out six. Wollersheim was again left without offensive support to earn him a win. Ben Carew (2016) is still leading the Flashes with a .318 average on the year.
Zach Gilles (2016) went 4-for-5 on Wednesday, and is still leading the Chippewas of Central Michigan with a ridiculous .455 batting average.
Joe Acker (2016) is leading Nebraska with a .333 despite only have a hit this weekend versus Baylor.
Sam Lund (2014) took the loss versus UNLV, but gave up only 2 ER in 6 ⅓ innings, with five hits allowed and three strikeouts. Lund has started every weekend for Bradley.
Connor Manthey (2018) went 2-for-4 this past Sunday against UNLV for the Bradley Braves.
Rudy Rott (2015) leads Ohio in batting with a .333 average. Rott went 4-for-11 on the weekend with two doubles and two RBIs.
Logan Michaels (2016) is hitting .481 for Virginia as their main catcher. For the week, Michaels had multi game hits in two of his three starts, going 5-for-12 on the weekend for Virginia.
Alec Trela (2016) went 7-for-15 for Memphis, and played an errorless shortstop on the week. Trela amassed three RBIs and four doubles on the week.
Trevor Olson (2017) gave up no earned runs in 2 ⅔ innings over three appearances for Xavier. Two of those appearances were versus Arizona State.
Colten Schild (2018) went 1-for-3 in the leadoff hole with two runs for Saint Louis in an 8-2 win on Sunday. Schild has been starting a bunch in the leadoff hole and left field for the Billikens.
Trent Bauer (2016) went 2-for-11 with an RBI for Western Illinois, hitting in the three hole for the Leathernecks.
Aaron Mutter (2016) gave up two earned, scattering eight hits over 7 innings for Winona State.
Connor Rutherford (2015) went 2-for-10 with a double, run, and RBI for Lewis.
Paul Petit (2017) went 1-for-2 for the Minnesota-Duluth.
Jake Schellpfeffer (2018) gave up an earned run, with three strikeouts, in four innings for Ellsworth CC.