Clemson No. 15 in Collegiate Baseball

Clemson No. 15 in Collegiate Baseball

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Clemson No. 15 in Collegiate Baseball

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TUCSON, Ariz. — Vanderbilt (41-6) is ranked No. 1 in Collegiate Baseball newspaper’s NCAA Division I baseball poll after winning eight consecutive games and 22 of its last 24. 

The Commodores only played two games last week at South Carolina which Vanderbilt won. Game three of the series was rained out. Vanderbilt is first in the Southeastern Conference with a 21-2 record. Teams ranked 2-9 in last week’s poll remained the same this week. 

Poll Notes: Several other teams have been hot. Sam Houston St. has won nine straight and leads the Southland Conference with a 15-6 record while Troy has captured 11 of its last 12. In key series over the past weekend, Louisiana St. swept a 3-game series at home against Florida, Florida St. swept three from Central Florida, Arizona St. lost two of three at home to Stanford, Arkansas won two of three against Kentucky, Arizona lost two of three at home to Washington and lost another earlier in the week to Arizona St., and Mississippi St. swept a 3-game series at home against Alabama. Three teams fell out of the top 30 this week in Florida (4 straight losses), Arizona (1-3 last week) and Central Florida (1-3). New to the poll is Troy (35-12), Sam Houston St. (31-17), and Kansas St. (34-15, tied for first in the Big 12 Conference at 11-7).

 

The Collegiate Baseball newspaper poll is the oldest college baseball poll. Its birth took place during the 1957 college baseball season.

 

Collegiate Baseball NCAA Division I Poll
(As of May 5, 2013)
http://www.baseballnews.com

Rank Team (2013 Record)

Points

Pvs.

  1. Vanderbilt (41-6)

497

1

  2. North Carolina (42-4)

496

2

  3. Louisiana St. (43-6)

494

3

  4. Cal. St. Fullerton (39-7)

492

4

  5. Oregon St. (37-8)

489

5

  6. Oregon (37-11)

488

6

  7. N.C. State (37-11)

485

7

  8. Virginia (39-8)

484

8

  9. Florida St. (38-9)

482

9

10. Louisville (37-10)

476

11

11. UCLA (31-13)

473

12

12. Arkansas (32-16)

469

16

13. Oklahoma (34-14)

467

10

14. Arizona St. (30-14-1)

464

13

15. Clemson (30-15)

462

14

16. South Carolina (33-14)

459

15

17. Pittsburgh (36-11)

458

17

18. New Mexico (30-17)

456

18

19. Stanford (26-16)

452

22

20. South Florida (31-16)

448

20

21. Indiana (35-9)

444

21

22. Cal. Poly (31-14)

440

24

23. South Alabama (36-13)

438

25

24. Mississippi St. (36-13)

435

28

25. Troy (35-12)

432

26. Rice (31-15)

429

27

27. Mississippi (33-16)

427

26

28. Sam Houston St. (31-17)

424

29. Kansas St. (34-15)

421

30. Campbell (39-9)

419

29

 

 

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