Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Final 2011 Poll

July 1, 2011
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TUCSON, Ariz. — The University of South Carolina (55-14) is ranked No. 1 in the final 2011 Collegiate Baseball newspaper NCAA Division I baseball poll.

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The Gamecocks won their second consecutive national championship in baseball at the College World Series last Tuesday with a 5-2 win over Florida to sweep the championship series two games to none over the Gators.

South Carolina broke two NCAA records in the process of winning back-to-back titles as the Gamecocks have now won 11 consecutive College World Series games dating back to last season and 16 straight games in NCAA tournament action (Regionals, Super Regionals, College World Series).

South Carolina finished with a team ERA of 0.88 in five College World Series games, the fourth-lowest team ERA in CWS history and the lowest since 1972 (Arizona State, 0.68).

The Gamecocks microscopic team ERA is the lowest by a CWS champion since California in 1957 (0.60).

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 June 30, 2011)
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Rank School (Record) Points Previous
1. South Carolina (55-14) 497 4
2. Florida (53-19) 492 1
3. Virginia (56-12) 491 2
4. Vanderbilt (54-12) 490 3
5. North Carolina (51-16) 488 7
6. California (38-23) 485 8
7. Texas (49-19) 483 5
8. Texas A&M (47-22) 479 6
9. Florida St. (46-19) 477 9
10. Oregon St. (41-19) 474 10
11. Arizona St. (43-18) 472 11
12. U.C. Irvine (43-18) 471 12
13. Connecticut (45-20-1) 467 13
14. Stanford (35-22) 464 14
15. Mississippi St. (38-25) 461 15
16. Dallas Baptist (42-20) 457 16
17. Texas Christian (43-19) 455 17
18. Cal. St. Fullerton (41-17) 453 18
19. Georgia Tech. (42-21) 450 19
20. UCLA (35-24) 449 20
21. Clemson (43-20) 447 21
22. Miami, Fla. (38-23) 444 22
23. Oral Roberts (39-22) 442 23
24. Rice (42-21) 439 24
25. Arizona (39-21) 437 25
26. Kent St. (45-17) 434 26
27. Coastal Carolina (42-20) 432 27
28. Creighton (45-16) 429 28
29. Arkansas (40-22) 426 29
30. Stetson (43-20) 424 30

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