Collegiate Baseball Poll-March 8

March 8, 2010
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LSU Has Another Top National Ranking

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TUCSON, Ariz.– Defending national champion Louisiana St. is ranked No. 1 for the third straight time in Collegiate Baseball newspaper’s NCAA Division I baseball poll.

The Tigers (11-0) posted two wins over Pepperdine and two wins over Brown at home last week. LSU is 11-0 for the first time since 1997 when the Tigers won their first 19 games of the season en route to the school’s fourth national championship. LSU has won 17 straight home games dating back to last season.

Poll Notes: Several other schools have been red hot. Second ranked Arizona St. is 11-0 while third ranked Florida St. is unbeaten at 10-0 after sweeping a 3-game series at home against Georgia. Two other unbeaten teams are Louisville (11-0, best start since 1957 when the Cardinals went 15-0) and UCLA (9-0, best start since 1955). Coastal Carolina (10-1) has won eight straight while Oklahoma (11-1) has captured six in a row. Two teams fell out of the top 30 in Western Kentucky (3-2 last week) and U.C. Irvine (2-2). New to the poll this week is N.C. State (10-1) and Alabama (8-1).

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

(Top 30 Agate Follows)

Collegiate Baseball Newspaper’s
NCAA Div. I Poll (As of March 8, 2010)
www.baseballnews.com
Rank School (Record) Points Previous
1. Louisiana St. (11-0) 493 1
2. Arizona St. (11-0) 491 2
3. Florida St. (10-0) 489 6
4. Virginia (9-2) 488 3
5. Georgia Tech. (10-1) 486 5
6. Texas (8-3) 484 4
7. Coastal Carolina (10-1) 481 8
8. Louisville (11-0) 478 13
9. Florida (7-2) 477 7
10. UCLA (9-0) 475 14
11. Texas Christian (8-2) 473 9
12. Oregon St. (7-3) 472 10
13. Clemson (9-1) 469 12
14. North Carolina (10-1) 468 15
15. Miami, Fla. (7-3) 466 11
16. Oklahoma (11-1) 464 17
17. Ohio St. (8-2) 462 16
18. Mississippi (9-2) 460 18
19. Arkansas (8-2) 458 19
20. East Carolina (7-3) 455 21
21. Wichita St. (7-1) 452 24
22. New Mexico (8-4) 449 20
23. South Carolina (6-4) 448 22
24. Kentucky (9-1) 445 25
25. Washington St. (9-1) 440 28
26. S.E. Louisiana (11-1) 438 29
27. Vanderbilt (10-1) 436 30
28. N.C. State (10-1) 433
29. Stanford (7-4) 432 27
30. Alabama (8-1) 429

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