Division II 2012 College Baseball Preseason Poll

December 26, 2011
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West Florida Tops Collegiate Baseball Newspaper’s Rankings…

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With opening day just over two months away, the defending NCAA Division II national champion West Florida baseball team will start 2012 ranked No. 1 according to Collegiate Baseball Newspaper, it was announced on Tuesday.  Meanwhile, College Baseball Lineup’s preseason rankings were released on Thursday, and West Florida came in at No. 19.

Francis Marion earned the No. 2 spot in the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper preseason coaches’ poll, and they were also No. 1 according to College Baseball Lineup.  Tampa, Southern Connecticut State, Millersville and Grand Valley State also earned spots in the top 10 according to both publications.

The Argonauts will return in 2012 without several top players from last year’s championship squad, including eight that signed professional contracts over the summer.  That list includes All-Americans Brandon Brewer, Greg Pron, Daniel Vargas-Vila and Shane Waller.  Also signing pro contracts were Ben Hawkins, Zach Jadofsky, Dustin Lawley and Jason Postill.

(Releases by West Florida & Collegiate Baseball used in this report)

West Florida No. 1 in NCAA Div. II COLLEGIATE BASEBALL NEWSPAPER Pre-Season Poll

Collegiate Baseball Newspaper’s

NCAA Div. II Pre-Season Poll (As of Dec. 20)

www.baseballnews.com

Rank    School Name ’11 Final Record Point Totals
1. West Florida 52-9 640
2. Francis Marion 41-16 618
3. Central Missouri 49-10 606
4. Grand Valley St. 52-5 590
5. Mount Olive 47-10 586
6. Tampa 36-17 546
7. Millersville 44-12 532
8. Emporia St. 43-12 530
9. Southern Conn. St. 45-9-1 518
10. Florida Southern 32-15 514
11. St. Mary’s (TX) 47-10 472
12. St. Cloud St. 43-11 464
13. Franklin Pierce 40-14 454
14. Winona St. 42-18 414
15. Columbus St. 32-19 406
      Cal. St. Chico 30-20 406
17. Mercyhurst 41-12 392
18. Catawba 41-15 386
19. N.C. Pembroke 44-12 340
20. Minnesota St.-Mankato 40-12 326
21. Southern Indiana 37-19 310
22. Southern Arkansas 36-16 306
23. Georgia College 35-17 292
24. Le Moyne 23-30 278
25. Armstrong Atlantic St. 35-17 264
26. Incarnate Word 37-18 248
27. Barry 40-17 230
28. Harding 42-13 216
29. Cal Poly Pomona 36-23 208
30. U.C. San Diego 42-15 188
31. Wayne St. (MI) 35-21 120
32. Delta St. 30-19 110
33. Western Oregon 37-15 108
34. Mesa St. 35-21 102
35. North Georgia 34-20   98
36. S.E. Oklahoma St. 35-19   92
37. Massachusetts-Lowell 37-14   88
38. North Alabama 37-14   58
39. California (PA) 30-18   34
40. Ashland 30-21   28
Also Receiving Votes: Abilene Christian (24), Wilmington (22), Tarleton St. (22), Wayne St., NE (18), Dixie St. (14), Wingate (12), Seton Hill (12), Northern Kentucky (12), Limestone (10), Nebraska-Kearney (10), S.C. Aiken (8), Nova S.E. (8), Indianapolis (2), Tusculum (1), Cameron (1), St. Edwards (1), Angelo St. (1), West Texas A&M (1), Arkansas Tech. (1), Florida Tech. (1), Lynn (1), Kutztown (1), Slippery Rock (1), West Virginia St. (1), Drury (1), Missouri S&T (1), Quincy (1), New Mexico Highlands (1), Augustana (1), Adelphi (1).

Did Not Report: Sonoma St.

Source: NCAA Division II Poll Committee

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