43 Kevin Kray  
Kevin Kray


Maple Grove, Minn.

High School:

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 180



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Twelve of his 15 appearances were scoreless • longest outing was 3.0 shutout innings in the season opener against Northern Illinois, with three strikeouts (2/14) • in 16.0 innings pitched, maintained a 2.81 era with a 13:5 strikeout-to-walk ratio • held hitters to a .193 batting average • struck out four Big Ten batters in 4.2 innings • earned his first save in an appearance against Louisiana Tech (3/1) • was credited with a win in 2.1 innings of relief, striking out two at Sacramento State (3/16) • struck out three in 2.1 innings allowing no runs vs. Michigan State (3/30) • picked up his second save against North Dakota State (4/15) while striking out two and not allowing a run in 1.1 innings • earned his third win with a scoreless appearance versus Purdue • received the team's Paul Fortin Scholar-Athlete Award • Academic All-Big Ten.

Academic All-Big Ten • appeared in 16 games, good for third on the team • pitched to a 4.50 ERA in 24.0 innings pitched with a 18:6 K:BB ratio • received third letter • second on the team in games finished (7) • tied for third on the team in strikeouts looking (13) • set career lows in walks allowed (6) and home runs allowed (0) • matched his season career high in wins (2) • held a streak of seven appearances (9.1 innings pitched) without allowing a run (3/19-5/8) • in his final eight appearances held batters to a 0.80 ERA and a 0.89 WHIP • picked up a the win in an extra innings affair against UCLA (2/15), pitched two innings, striking out one • earned the save by pitching three innings against Western Michigan (2/24), only allowed one run and struck out a career high of five • pitched a scoreless inning receiving the win in a game at Kansas St. (3/19) • Struck out two in two innings in a win over Iowa (4/27) • pitched 2.1 innings and struck out two against Nebraska in the Big Ten Tournament.

Academic All-Big Ten • had a stellar season after a red-shirt year • led the team with seven saves • made 17 appearances and held an impressive 2.12 ERA in 29.2 innings of relief • in his 17 appearances, held his opponents scoreless in 13 games • struck out 24 batters • made seven appearances in Big Ten Conference play • opened his junior campaign against St. John's (2/18) and pitched 1.1 innings and did not allow a hit • collected his first save of the year against UW-Milwaukee (2/24)• pitched 3.1 innings against New Mexico State (3/2), allowed one hit and struck out two • went 3.2 innings against Hamline and struck out a season high five batters (3/7) • pitched 3.2 in the Cal Poly win and collected his third save of the year (3/18) • saw 1.1 inning of work against The Citadel (3/24) and did not allow a hit for another save • opened the Big Ten season with a save against Michigan (3/30)• in a 2-1 lead against Northwestern (4/13), came in with a runner on third and struck out the next two batters to earn his sixth save of the season • added his seventh save of the season against Nebraska-Omaha (4/18) • pitched in 3.1 innings against Iowa (4/29) and allowed just one hit and struck out four • pitched in the home season finale against Penn State (5/6).

Red-shirted the season.

Appeared in eight games, including four starts and went 2-1 with a 6.86 ERA in 19.2 innings pitched • made his collegiate debut against UW-Milwaukee, starting the game and pitching 2.2 innings while giving up three hits, two earned runs, one walk and two strikeouts • struck out a career-high five batters against St. Thomas on March 10 • earned first career win against Hamline on April 6, going 3.0 innings while giving up two runs (one earned), two hits, and four walks to go along with a strikeout • earned his second win of the season against North Dakota State on April 28, pitching one inning in relief while giving up 2 hits, one earned run, one walk and no strikouts • appeared in his first Big Ten Conference game on May 1 against Iowa, pitching three innings while giving up three hits, two earned runs, four walks and no strikouts.

Graduated from Osseo High School • All-Conference pick after going 5-1 with a 0.23 ERA and 63 strikeouts in his junior season • also batted .407 with two home runs, 18 RBI and 12 stolen bases • was also a standout on Osseo's hockey team, and had 17 goals and 18 assists in his junior season.

Kinesiology major and pre-physical education teaching • born on Dec. 25, 1990.