Clemson slides in Collegiate Baseball Rankings

Clemson slides in Collegiate Baseball Rankings

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Clemson slides in Collegiate Baseball Rankings

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Clemson fell dramatically in the latest Collegiate Baseball rankings.

The Tigers slipped from No. 3 last week to No. 13 this week after going 1-3 last week, including a series home loss to Miami at Doug Kingsmore Stadium.

Collegiate Baseball’s Top 30

Rank Team (Record) Points PVS
  1. Florida (32-6) 495 1
  2. N.C. State (28-7) 493 2
  3. Duke (30-7) 490 4
  4. UCLA (22-9) 487 5
  5. Stanford (27-5) 486 6
  6. Arkansas (27-10) 485 7
  7. Oregon St. (26-6) 482 8
  8. North Carolina (24-12) 480 12
  9. Vanderbilt (22-14) 478 20
10. Mississippi (29-8) 475 9
11. Michigan (21-11) 472 16
12. Georgia (25-11) 469 10
13. Clemson (26-10) 468 3
14. Oklahoma (26-13) 465 11
15. Texas Tech. (29-8) 463 14
16. Indiana (26-6) 460 15
17. Illinois (23-8) 459 18
18. Louisiana St. (24-13) 457 23
19. Texas A&M (27-9) 455 22
20. Louisville (24-11) 452 21
21. Tennessee Tech. (29-5) 451 25
Texas (24-14) 451 17
22. East Carolina (26-9) 448 19
23. St. John’s (22-10) 447
24. Dallas Baptist (23-10) 444
25. Florida Atlantic (26-9) 442
26. Arizona (22-12) 440
27. Nevada (20-13) 437 28
28. Coastal Carolina (26-12) 435 29
29. Minnesota (23-10) 434
30. Kentucky (25-11) 433

 

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