Wednesday’s Top-50 Results/Links (5/12)

May 12, 2010
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With the college baseball regular season winding down, there was a fairly light schedule on Wednesday – but several NCAA Tournament hopefuls suffered losses that could prove costly to their postseason chances:

(Note that this listing references the updated CB360 Composite National Rankings, which will be posted later tonight … four teams have rotated into the CNR top-50: #40 Southern Mississippi, #48 Washington St., #49 Elon and #50 Florida Gulf Coast (with Portland, Appalachian St., New Mexico St. and Washington dropping out of the top-50):

Duquesne posted a narrow home win (10-9) over a Pittsburgh team that is #30 in the CNR and entered the week 36th in the official NCAA RPI … Pitt – currently 3rd in the BIG EAST Conference standings (15-5, behind UConn’s 16-4 and Louisville’s 16-5) – has league series left at 7th-place Cincinnati and at home vs. 5th-place South Florida, plus a midweek game at Ohio State.

North Carolina (#36 CNR/#28 RPI) boosted its NCAA resume with a 10-0 win over fellow NCAA hopeful College of Charleston (#31 CNR/#34 RPI) … CofC (19-8) narrowly trails The Citadel (18-6) in the race for the Southern Conference regular-season title … the Cougars will finish SoCon play with a series at Appalachian State, followed by a challenging non-conference game at Coastal Carolina and a home-and-away vs. UNC Wilmongton.

• Most forecasters of the 2010 NCAA Tournament predict that Alabama will qualify for the 64-team field, but the Crimson Tide came up short on Wednesday at Samford (8-7) … Alabama (CNR #34) entered the week 18th in the RPI, but the loss to Samford (RPI #81) will drop that number, leading into Alabama’s home series this weekend vs. one of the SEC’s top teams (Mississippi) … ‘Bama then will finish the regular season at Tennessee (another NCAA hopeful from the SEC) …the Tide curretly rank 9th overall in the SEC (10-14) and will need to move up at least one spot to qualify for the SEC Tournament … at this point, Alabama still can be penciled into the NCAA field (just don’t use pen, as some key results still need to play out).

• Another SEC bubble team suffered a potentially costly loss on Wednesday, as Kentucky (#45 CNR/#22 RPI) lost 10-8 to visiting Lipscomb … three days earlier, the Wildcats had become the first SEC team to take a series from South Carolina this season – but UK lost a wild 10-inning game at Indiana (#108 RPI) on Monday, followed by the loss to a Lipscomb squad that barely is among the RPI top-200 (#196) … Kentucky (9-15) is 10th in the SEC overall standings, with SEC series left vs. LSU (home) and Georgia (away), plus a midweek game at Murray State.

• In addition to the UNC game vs. College of Charleston, there were two other head-to-head matchups on Wednesday between CB360 top-50 teams: at #4 Florida 7, #37 Florida Atlantic 3 … and #11 TCU 10, at #32 Texas State 5.

Wednesday’s Top-50 Results (5/12/10; upsets in italics)
(based on the CB360 Composite National Rankings)

at #4 Florida 7,  #37 Florida Atlantic 3Final Stats
FL RecapFAU Recap

#9 Florida State 6,  at Stetson 2Final Stats
FSU RecapSTET Recap

#11 TCU 10,  at #32 Texas State 5Final Stats
TCU RecapTxSt Recap

#12 Cal State Fullerton 10,  at Pepperdine 7 Final Stats
CSF RecapPEP Recap

at #14 South Carolina 10,  Charleston Southern 2 Final Stats
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#15 Mississippi 5,  at Arkansas State 2 Final Stats
OleMiss RecapArkSt Recap

#28 Stanford 8,  at San Jose State 3Final Stats
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at Duquesne 10,  #30 Pittsburgh 9Final Stats
DUQ RecapPitt Recap

at #36 North Carolina 10,  #31 College of Charleston 0 Final Stats
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at Samford 8,  #34 Alabama 7Final Stats
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at #41 Texas A&M 15,  Centenary 3 |  Final Stats
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#42 The Citadel 10,  at South Carolina-Upstate 3Final Stats
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Lipscomb 10,  at #45 Kentucky 8Final Stats
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