Collegiate Baseball Poll – Feb. 27

February 27, 2012
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FLORIDA NO. 1 IN COLLEGIATE BASEBALL NEWSPAPER POLL

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TUCSON, Ariz. — The University of Florida (7-1) has been ranked No. 1 in the latest NCAA Division I baseball poll by Collegiate Baseball newspaper.

The Gators, who have been ranked No. 1 for three consecutive polls, have won five in a row. Over the past week, Florida beat Bethune-Cookman, Central Florida and picked up three wins over William & Mary.

No. 2 South Carolina is perfect with a 6-0 record. The Gamecock pitching staff struck out 32 batters in 27 innings of work during a 3-game sweep of Elon over the past weekend and allowed just three runs.

No. 3 Stanford (7-0) has six wins over top 25 opponents this season. The Cardinal swept Vanderbilt and then swept a series against Texas. Stanford outscored the Longhorns in the 3-game set, 28-4.

No. 4 Rice (8-0) swept a 3-game series against Dallas Baptist. It is the best start for the Owls since 2001 when Rice began the season 8-0.

Poll Notes: Other teams have been red-hot to start the season. Four teams have a perfect 7-0 record to start 2012 in Miami, Fla., Georgia, Oregon and Southern California. The surprise team of the year so far is Maryland which is off to a 5-1 record, the best start in 25 years. The Terps have now beaten UCLA two of three and recently went undefeated in the Keith LeClair Classic. Maryland’s pitching staff has a 1.24 ERA, a mark that leads the Atlantic Coast Conference. Six teams fell out of the poll this week in Texas (lost five in a row), Texas Christian (1-3 last week), St. John’s (1-2 last week, 2-4 overall), U.C. Irvine (1-3 last week), Southern Mississippi (2-2 last week) and Georgia Southern (2-2 last week). New to the poll this week is Southern California (7-0), Cal Poly (7-1), Mississippi (5-1), Texas Tech. (7-1), Maryland (5-1) and UCLA (4-3).

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 Feb. 27, 2012)

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Rank School (Record) Points Previous
  1. Florida (7-1) 497   1
  2. South Carolina (6-0) 495   2
  3. Stanford (7-0) 494   3
  4. Rice (8-0) 492   5
  5. Texas A&M (6-1) 489   4
  6. North Carolina (5-1) 486   6
  7. Arkansas (7-1) 482   8
  8. Miami, Fla. (7-0) 479 12
  9. Georgia (7-0) 477 14
10. Florida St. (6-1) 473 11
11. Arizona St. (5-1) 471 13
12. Georgia Tech. (6-2) 469 10
13. Louisiana St. (5-2) 467   9
14. Louisville (6-1) 465 16
15. Oregon (7-1) 462 24
16. Oklahoma (4-2) 461 17
17. Cal. St. Fullerton (3-3) 459 19
18. Arizona (5-2) 455 22
19. Stetson (6-1) 453 23
20. Clemson (4-2) 449 25
21. Southern California (7-0) 446
22. Cal. Poly (7-1) 443
23. Mississippi (5-1) 439
24. Texas Tech. (7-1) 435
25. California (4-2) 434 20
26. Oregon St. (5-3) 433 21
27. Maryland (5-1) 429
28. UCLA (4-3) 427
29. Baylor (6-2) 426 26
30. Coll. of Charleston (5-1) 424 29

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