With NCAA Division I baseball Opening Weekend in the books, we take a look back at the great performances and collegiate debuts for some GRB Rays alumni. Make sure to check back weekly to keep up to date with all the Rays alums at the collegiate and professional ranks.
Drake Baldwin made his collegiate debut for Missouri State, including three starts. Baldwin finished the weekend 3-for-11 including his first career home run for the Bears.
Zach Gilles started all four games in centerfield and went 7-for-19 for Central Michigan including five runs, seven RBIs and two walks for the Chippewas. Central Michigan went 3-1 on the weekend at UNLV.
Ben Carew made three starts for Kent State going 5-for-10 with two runs, two walks with two stolen bases for the Golden Flashes.
Aaron Mutter made his second start of the season for Winona State. On the season, Mutter is 2-0, throwing 12 innings allowing nine hits, one earned run and 11 strikeouts for the Warriors.
Fellow Warrior Nick Herbst is 7-for-20 with three walks, two triples and a walk through two weekends.
Ethan Bosacker made his collegiate debut for Xavier throwing three and a third allowing two hits while striking out four at Memphis.
Stephen Lund made his first two career starts for Gonzaga over the weekend going 2-for 8 at the plate.
Dylan Krumrei and Bennett Frazer made their respective collegiate debuts for Bradley over the weekend. Krumrei was hit by a pitch in his only at-bat.
Jake Schellpfeffer made his first start of the season for Ellsworth CC on the mound. Schellpfeffer went 6 innings allowing five hits, an earned run, a walk to go along with eight strikeouts against Johnson County CC.
Cedric Girard has made six appearances on the year for Mount San Antonio CC going six innings without allowing a run. Girard has nine strikeouts.
John Nett started three games for St. Cloud State going 4-for-11 for the Huskies. Nett hit a walkout single in their win over Northwest Missouri State.
Trent Bauer hit his first career home run for Western Illinois in their weekend series at Tennessee.
Tanner Kohlhepp made hist first start of the season for Iowa Western CC, going five innings, allowing three hits while striking out eight.
Alec Trela went 3-for-11 over the weekend, starting three games at third base. Trela had a double, run and two walks in their series with Xavier.
Logan Michaels made three starts behind the dish for Virginia.
Ben Hauser made his season debut on the bump for Air Force. Hauser went one and two thirds while striking out three.
Adam LaRock made three starts for Milwaukee over the weekend. LaRock had three walks,2 runs and went 2-for-2 on stolen bases. The Panthers split two games with #17 Wake Forest over the weekend.
Marcus Cline made his collegiate debut for Milwaukee.
Joe Acker made three starts for Nebraska over the weekend, going 4-for-13 with three runs a double and two RBIs.
Colten Schild went 2-for-6 for Saint Louis, including an RBI triple and two runs in two starts.
Jack Washburn made his first collegiate appearance for Oregon State over the weekend.