Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Poll – May 23

May 23, 2011
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TUCSON, Ariz. — The University of South Carolina (44-12) has been ranked No. 1 in the latest Collegiate Baseball newspaper NCAA Division I baseball poll.

The defending national champions moved up to first after previously top-ranked Virginia lost three straight to North Carolina over the past weekend and Oregon St. lost two of three at home to Southern California. South Carolina, Florida and Vanderbilt are each tied for first in the Southeastern Conference with 22-8 records. But South Carolina beat Florida and Vanderbilt two of three in conference series while Florida beat Vanderbilt two of three.

Poll Notes: Several other teams have been hot. Texas Christian and James Madison have won six in a row while North Carolina has won four straight. Four teams fell out of the top 30 in Stetson (1-3 last week), Oklahoma St. (1-3), Arizona (2-2) and Charlotte (1-2). New to the top 30 this week is Stanford (30-19, beat Arizona two of three last weekend), St. John’s (32-18, second in the Big East at 18-8), Troy (40-16, first in the Sun Belt at 21-9), and James Madison (37-17, first in the Colonial at 21-9).

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

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Collegiate Baseball Newspaper’s
NCAA Div. I Poll (As of May 23, 2011)
www.baseballnews.com
Rank School (Record) Points Previous
1. South Carolina (44-12) 494 3
2. Florida (41-15) 493 4
3. Vanderbilt (44-9) 492 5
4. Texas (40-13) 489 6
5. Virginia (45-9) 487 1
6. Oregon St. (38-14) 485 2
7. Texas Christian (40-15) 484 7
8. Georgia Tech. (39-17) 480 8
9. North Carolina (44-12) 478 16
10. Cal. St. Fullerton (37-14) 477 10
11. Arizona St. (38-14) 475 13
12. Florida St. (40-15) 473 9
13. Texas A&M (38-18) 472 11
14. Oklahoma (40-15) 469 12
15. Connecticut (39-15-1) 467 14
16. Miami, Fla. (34-20) 463 15
17. UCLA (31-20) 461 17
18. Clemson (39-17) 459 18
19. U.C. Irvine (37-14) 456 19
20. Rice (38-18) 452 24
21. Southern Miss. (38-15) 448 21
22. Arkansas (36-18) 445 30
23. California (30-18) 442 25
24. Coastal Carolina (37-18) 439 26
25. Kent St. (39-14) 436 28
26. Stanford (30-19) 435
27. Fresno St. (37-14) 433 20
28. St. John’s (32-18) 430
29. Troy (40-16) 428
30. James Madison (37-17) 425

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