NCBWA Division 2 Baseball Poll-March 16

March 16, 2010
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NATIONAL COLLEGIATE BASEBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION MARCH 15,  DIVISION
II POLL

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NATIONAL POLL

RANK SCHOOL W-L PTS PREV
1 Florida Southern (10) 21-2 388 1
2 Mount Olive, N.C. (3) 21-1 375 2
3 UC San Diego 23-3 364 3
4 Central Missouri (2) 15-1 340 5
5 Southern Arkansas (1) 19-3 337 4
6 Columbus State, Ga. 20-2 314 6
7 Tampa, Fla. 22-5 271 17
8 West Chester, Pa. 11-3 269 8
9 Grand Valley State, Mich. 8-3 244 7
10 Abilene Christian, Texas 18-5 239 9
11 New Mexico Highlands 16-5 233 10
12 Franklin Pierce, N.H. 7-1 228 14
13 Cal State San Bernardino 14-7 190 12
14 Kutztown, Pa. 10-2 152 15
15 Emporia State, Kans. 10-5 151 11
16 Valdosta State, Ga. 18-8 139 13
17 Chico State, Calif. 15-5 134 18
18 USC Aiken 17-7 113 RV
19 Florida Tech 18-5 91 RV
20 UNC Pembroke 15-5 85 16
21 Francis Marion, S.C. 16-4 84 20
22 Adelphi, N.Y. 8-2 79 24
23 Minnesota State 9-5 61 21
24 Southern Indiana 10-6 51 19
25 Erskine, S.C. 20-6 37 25

(First-place votes shown in parentheses)

Dropped out: #22 Delta State, Miss.; #23 Nebraska-Omaha.

Also receiving votes: Nebraska-Omaha (9-3) 24; Delta State, Miss.
(14-7) 15; West Virginia State (4-1) 14; Cal State Dominguez Hills
(16-8) 13; St. Cloud State, Minn. (11-4) 10; Hawaii Pacific (12-3) 9;
Alabama-Huntsville (14-6) 6; California, Pa. (9-5) 5; Winona State,
Minn. (9-4) 5; Northern Kentucky (9-4) 3; Armstrong Atlantic State, Ga.
(16-4) 2; Fort Hays State, Kans. (12-4) 2.

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