CB360 Composite National Rankings #13 (May 12)

May 12, 2010
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Each of the top-10 teams inCB360′s exclusive Compositional National Rankings remains in the same spot from the previous week (click on above link for CNR archive), led by Arizona State making its eighth straight appearance in the CNR #1 position. ASU-Texas-Virginia have been 1-2-3 for each of the past four weeks, with UVa the only team to be 4th or higher in the CNR throughout the 2010 season.

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The remainder of the CNR top-10 remains as follows: #4 Florida, #5 Coastal Carolina, #6 Louisville, #7 Arkansas, #8 UCLA, #9 Florida State and #10 Georgia Tech. The four teams rotating into this week’s CNR top-50 update include a surging Southern Mississippi team that is “back from the dead” and has returned to the top-50 for the first time in seven weeks.  (front-page photo courtesy of Southern Miss)

The CNR’s all-inclusive ranking formula currently includes 15 different “ingredients:” six national polls (coaches, writers, BA, CB, Rivals, & Ping), five RPI-type calcuations (NCAA RPI, Boyds World Pseudo-RPI & ISR, W-Nolan RPI & NRPI) and four NCAA Tournament field projections (BA, SE-Baseball, Rivals and new addition ESPN.com bracketology).

(Note – scroll to end of this release for detailed description of the CNR, including direct links to all 14 criteria).

CNR Contact: Pete LaFleur (pete@collegebaseball360.com)

CNR TOP-50 CONFERENCE BREAKDOWN (May 12)

SEC (9 … 2 top-10, 7 top-25) – #4 Florida, #7 Arkansas, #14 South Carolina, #15 Mississippi, #16 Vanderbilt, #18 Auburn, #24 LSU, #34 Alabama & #45 Kentucky
Pacific-10 (8 … 2 top-10, 3 top-25) – #1 Arizona St., #8 UCLA, #25 Oregon, #26 California, #27 Arizona, #28 Stanford, #35 Oregon St. & #48 Washington St.
ACC  (7
… 3 top-10, 6 top-25) – #3 Virginia, #9 Florida St., #10 Georgia Tech, #13 Miami, #20 Virginia Tech, #23 Clemson & #36 North Carolina
Big 12 (5 … 1 top-10, 2 top-25) – #2 Texas, #17 Oklahoma, #38 Kansas St., #41 Texas A&M & #43 Texas Tech
BIG EAST (3) – #6 Louisville, #19 Connecticut & #30 Pittsburgh
Southern (3) – #31 College of Charleston, #42 Citadel & #49 Elon
Sunbelt
(3) – #37 Florida Atlantic, #44 Western Kentucky & #46 Louisiana-Lafayette
2 Each – Big South (#5 Coastal Carolina & #39 Liberty) … Big West (#12 Cal State Fullerton & #29 UC Irvine) … Conference USA (#21 Rice & #49 Southern Mississippi) … Mountain West (#11 TCU & #33 New Mexico) … Southland (#32 Texas St. & #47 SE Louisiana)
1 Each –
Atlantic Sun (#50 Florida Gulf Coast) … West Coast (#22 San Diego)

BIGGEST JUMPS IN THE CNR – Oregon St. (#47 to #35) … Vanderbilt (#25 to #16) … Stanford (#35 to #28) … San Diego (#27 to #22)
BIGGEST DROPS IN THE CNR – Western Kentucky (#34 to #44) … LSU (#16 to #24) … Arizona (#21 to #27) … Oregon (#20 to #25) … Alabama (#29 to #34)
NEWCOMERS/RETURNERS TO THE CNR – #40 Southern Mississippi … #48 Washington St. … #49 Elon … #50 Florida Gulf Coast (all but Elon were ranked in CNR previously this season)
DROPPED OUT OF THE CNR TOP-50 –
#43 Portland … #44 Appalachian State … #48 New Mexico State … and #50 Washington

College Baseball 2010 Composite National Rankings #13 (CNR)
courtesy of CollegeBaseball360.com;  May 12, 2010
(tailor the below tables as needed … also scroll down beyond automated table to see each team’s week-by-week ranking)

RankTeamPointsMay 5April 28Debut Rank
1Arizona State99.061110
2Texas97.54221
3Virginia97.42334
4Florida95.30479
5Coastal Carolina93.44 5618
6Louisville92.426919
7Arkansas91.317515
8UCLA90.448425
9Florida State 90.199107
10Georgia Tech89.781088
11TCU89.04121111
12Cal St. Fullerton88.0214153
13Miami87.64131414
14South Carolina86.48111220
15Mississippi83.60171522
16Vanderbilt79.97252431
17Oklahoma 79.82171928
18Auburn79.441826NR
19Connecticut 78.651918NR
20Virginia Tech75.532223NR
21Rice75.3023216
22San Diego74.09273321
23Clemson73.51252712
24LSU71.8916132
25Oregon70.542020NR
26Cal67.392425NR
27Arizona63.46211641
28Stanford63.07352229
29UC Irvine62.5728305
30Pittsburgh62.003531NR
31College of
Charleston
61.733338NR
32Texas State61.653035NR
33New Mexico58.923236NR
34Alabama57.44293234
35Oregon State57.09472916
36North Carolina57.07384114
37Florida Atlantic56.653643NR
38Kansas State56.18373136
39Liberty53.334147NR
40Southern
Mississippi
53.18NRNR26
41Texas A&M53.04403930
42The Citadel52.033937NR
43Texas Tech51.794245NR
44Western Kentucky 51.783428NR
45Kentucky51.42444038
46Louisiana
Lafayette
51.3849NRNR
47Southeastern
Louisiana
50.22 4644NR
48Washington St.48.81NRNRNR
49Elon48.03NRNRNR
50Florida
Gulf Coast
46.90NRNR48

1. Arizona State – 99.06  (1…1…1…1…1…1…1…3…6…6…9…10)
2. Texas – 97.54  (2…2…2…5…8…10…10…4…3…3…2…1)
3. Virginia – 97.42  (3…3…3…3…3…3…2…1…2…2…3…4)
4. Florida – 95.30  (4…7…9…7…9…9…6…11…10…5…8…9)
5. Coastal Carolina – 93.44  (5…6…8…9…13…13…11…14…5…10…18…18)
6. Louisville – 92.42  (6…9…10…11…5…7…8…8…7…11…14…19)
7. Arkansas  – 91.31  (7…5…4…4…6…8…18…13…16…14…16…15)
8. UCLA – 90.44  (8…4…6…2…2…2…3…2…8…17…24…25)
9. Florida State – 90.19  (9…10…13…8…10…4…5…7…4…4…6…7)
10. Georgia Tech – 89.78  (10…8…5…6…4…5…14…12…17…7…7…8)
11. TCU – 89.04  (12…11…14…13…17…14…13…9…13…8…10…11)
12. Cal St. Fullerton – 88.02  (14…15..15..17..23..30..26..36..42..23..4..3)
13. Miami – 87.64  (13…14…11…15…14…17…17…20…21…12…13…14)
14. South Carolina – 86.48  (11…12..12..12..15..19..20..27..24..19..19..20)
15. Mississippi – 83.60  (15…17…22…20…16…12…15…18…18…20…23…22)
16. Vanderbilt – 79.97  (25…24…17…21…18…18…19…17…15…28…33…31)
17. Oklahoma – 79.82  (17…19…21…19…20…16…16…15…20…26…28…28)
18. Auburn – 79.44  (18…26…28…24…36…31…33…x…49…x…x…x)
19. Connecticut – 78.65  (19…18…23…30…39…38…47…38…x…x…x…x)
20. Virginia Tech – 75.53  (22…23…30…25…43…x…x…x…48…x…x…x)
21. Rice – 75.30  (23…21…27…28…30…43…24…22…23…21…17…6)
22. San Diego – 74.09  (27…33…40…46…49…x…x…x…x…37…22…21)
23. Clemson – 73.51  (25…27…19…16…12…11…4…5…9…9…11…12)
24. LSU – 71.89  (16…13…7…10…7…6…7…6…1…1…1…2)
25. Oregon – 70.54  (20…20…20…31…34…34…44…45…45…40…30…x)
26. California – 67.39  (24…25…18…22…31…x…x…x…44…x…x…x)
27. Arizona – 63.46  (21…16…16…23…25…21…25…x…x…x…41…41)
28. Stanford – 63.07 (35…22…29…45…24…23…21…16…22…25…20…29)
29. UC Irvine – 62.57  (28…30…38…33…21…28…26…31…28…13…5…5)
30. Pittsburgh – 62.00  (31…34…36…43…x…35…x…x…x…x…x…x)
31. Coll. of Charleston – 61.73  (33…38..39..39..28..33..30..x..47..50..x..x)
32. Texas State – 61.65  (30…35…45…37…42…39…x…47…x…x…x…x)
33. New Mexico – 58.92  (32…36…32…34…37…42…36…29…32…31…31…x)
34. Alabama – 57.44  (29…32…35…26…22…25…12…21…25…33…39…34)
35. Oregon St. – 57.09  (47…29…24…14…11…15…9…10…14…16…15…16)
36. North Carolina – 57.07  (38…41..42..36..32..29..27..19..11..15..12..13)
37. Florida Atlantic – 56.65  (36…43…44…x…x…x…x…x…x…x…x…x)
38. Kansas St. – 56.18  (37…31…26…27…29…24…39…33…35…x…45…36)
39. Liberty – 53.33  (41…47…47…x…x…x…x…44…46…49…x…x)
40. Southern Mississippi – 53.18  (x…x…x…x…x…x…40…39…38…44…26…26)
41. Texas A&M – 53.04  (40…39..37..32..26..22..22..23..27..38..29..30)
42. The Citadel – 52.03  (39…37…33…29…33…32…27…32…35…x…x…x)
43. Texas Tech – 51.79  (42…45…48…x…x…x…x…x…x…x…x…x)
44. Western Kentucky – 51.78  (34…28..25..18..19..20..28..37..41..32..x..x)
45. Kentucky – 51.42  (44…40…34…40…48…49…31…28…19…22…32…38)
46. Louisiana-Lafayette – 51.38  (49…x…x…x…x…x…x…49…x…x…x…x)
47. Southeastern Louisiana – 50.22 (46…44..31..35..27..26..23..24..37..36..x..x)
48. Washington State – 48.81 (x…x ..x…44…x…40…34…30…29…35…x…x)
49. Elon – 48.03  (x…x…x…x…x…x…x…x…x…x…x…x)
50. Florida Gulf Coast – 46.90  (x…x…x…x…x…x…x…x…x…44…50…48)

COMPOSITE NATIONAL RANKINGS (CNR) CRITERIA: CB360′s 100-point Composite National Rankings formula currently is centered around 15 core ingredients – combining a diverse collection of “experts” (ranging from coaches, various media, computer calculations and projections) – to help provide a preview of teams that could be in the running for the 2010 NCAA Championship field (hypothetically 50 teams, plus 14 others from lower-rated automatic-bid conferences – those teams will be projected in upcoming CNR updates). Later in the season, other factors – such as  “last-10-games” records – will be included in the CNR formula, with CollegeBaseball360 soon to begin generating its own projection of the NCAA field (based on the CNR formula).

Here’s the breakdown of the current “15-ingredient” CNR formula (three main areas):

Six National Polls/RankingsUSA Today/ESPN (coaches poll) … NCBWA (writers) … Baseball AmericaCollegiate Baseball …  Rivals and Ping!Baseball

Five RPI-Type Ratings: Official NCAA RPI … Boyds World ISR and Pseudo-RPI … and Warren Nolan’s RPI and NRPI

Five NCAA Tournament Field Projections: from Baseball America, Rivals, SEBaseball.com and ESPN.com bracketology

Teams receive points based on their standings in each poll/rating/projection (60 pts for #1, 59 for #2, etc.). For polls involving voting points (coaches and CB) and the RPI ratings, the CNR adjusts to reward teams that have larger margins in the voting/point totals (whereas two teams with nearly the same voting-point total will be closer in the CNR allotment for that poll). Note that strength-of-schedule typically is factored into RPI formulations … thus the actual SOS numbers are not used in the CNR when RPI already are in the mix. For the NCAA field projections, teams are awarded CNR points based on their respective seedings, “last in” and “last out,” etc.

The 15 core factors are averaged, with 40 points then added to each total in order to yield the 100-point benchmark.

Here are links to the 15 criteria used in the CNR:
National Coaches Poll (USA Today/ESPN)
Nat’l Collegiate Baseball Writers poll
Baseball America poll
Colllegiate Baseball magazine rankings
Rivals.com rankings
Ping!Baseball.com rankings
Official NCAA RPI
Boyds World Pseudo-RPI
Boyds World Iterative Strength Ratings
Warren Nolan RPI
Warren Nolan N-RPI
Baseball America NCAA field projection
SE Baseball NCAA field projection
Rivals NCAA field projection
ESPN.com bracketology projection

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