NCBWA College Baseball Poll Feb. 20

February 20, 2012
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DALLAS, Texas – For the 15th consecutive year, the NCBWA Top 30 poll representing 291 Division I baseball-playing schools is chosen by 42 national selectors from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.

To date, Florida has been No. 1 for both ’12 surveys, and 10 different conferences have been represented (eight in this week’s tallies) of the 30 DI circuits having automatic bids to NCAA Regionals. The polls will continue through June 29, 2012, at the conclusion of the 2012 NCAA World Series in Omaha.
1 Florida Southeastern 2-1 1
2 South Carolina SEC 3-0 2
3 Stanford Pacific-12 3-0 4
4 Texas A&M Big 12 3-0 5
5 Arkansas SEC 3-0 6
6 North Carolina Atlantic Coast 2-1 3
7 Rice Conference USA 3-0 8
8 Florida State ACC 3-0 10
9 Texas Big 12 2-1 7
10 LSU SEC 3-0 12
11 Georgia Tech ACC 3-1 9
12 Arizona State Pac-12 3-0 15
13 Miami (Fla.) ACC 3-0 16
14 TCU Mountain West 1-1 13
15 Clemson ACC 2-1 17
16 Vanderbilt SEC 0-3 11
17 Georgia SEC 3-0 21
18 Arizona Pac-12 2-1 18
19 Cal State Fullerton Big West 1-2 19
20 Oregon State Pac-12 3-1 22
21 UC Irvine Big West 3-0 24
22 Oklahoma Big 12 1-2 14
23 California Pac-12 3-0 26
24 UCF C-USA 3-0 28
25 Louisville Big East 2-1 25
26 Virginia ACC 1-1-1 23
27 UCLA Pac-12 1-2 20
28 Ole Miss SEC 1-1 30
29 Baylor Big 12 3-0 NR
30 Southern Miss C-USA USA 2-1 29

Others receiving votes (listed alphabetically): Alabama (0-3), Belmont (2-1), Boston College (3-0), Cal Poly (3-0), Charlotte (3-0), College of Charleston (3-0), Connecticut (1-2), Creighton (3-0), Dallas Baptist (3-0), East Carolina (3-0), Florida Atlantic (3-0), Florida International (0-3), Fresno State (3-1), Georgia Southern (3-0), Georgia State (3-1), Gonzaga (3-0), Kent State (2-1), Liberty (4-0), Maryland (2-1), Mississippi State (2-1), Oregon (2-1), Purdue (3-0), Sam Houston State (2-1), Santa Clara (3-0), South Florida (3-0), Southern California (3-0), St. John’s (1-2), Stetson (3-0), Stony Brook (0-0), Texas State (1-1), Tulane (4-0), UNC Wilmington (2-1).

Dropped Out: St. John’s (27).

By conference: SEC 7, ACC 6, Pac-12 6, Big 12 4, C-USA 3, Big West 2, Big East 1, Mountain West 1.

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