Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Poll – March 26

March 27, 2012
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TUCSON, Ariz. — The University of Florida (22-2) has been ranked No. 1 in the latest NCAA Division I baseball poll by Collegiate Baseball newspaper.

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The Gators, ranked No. 1 seven consecutive polls, beat South Carolina two of three in Columbia, S.C.

Poll Notes: Several other teams have been impressive. Kentucky (24-1) beat Tennessee two of three on the road. The Wildcats had their record 22-game winning streak snapped in the first game of a 3-game series at Tennessee. Kentucky has a 5-1 record in Southeastern Conference games. South Carolina slipped from sixth to 14th this week after losing six of their last eight and five of their first six SEC contests. However, the past two weekend series have been against No. 1 Florida and No. 2 Kentucky. Teams on win streaks include St. Louis (13 in a row), Coastal Carolina (9 straight), Louisville and Baylor (7 in a row). UCLA has won 15 of its last 16 games while Texas has won 8 of its last 9.

Five teams fell out of the top 30 this week, including Stetson (lost 5 of last 6), Texas Christian (1-3 last week), Georgia Tech. (1-3), Appalachian St. (1-2) and Texas St. (1-3). New to the poll this week is Auburn (won 2 of 3 against Louisiana St., 15-9 overall and 4-2 in the SEC), St. Louis (19-5), Sam Houston St. (14-9, swept 3-game series against Texas St.), Coastal Carolina (19-6), and Missouri St. (19-6).

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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 March 26, 2012)

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Rank School (Record) Points Previous
1. Florida (22-2) 498 1
2. Kentucky (24-1) 493 2
3. Stanford (15-2) 492 3
4. Arkansas (22-3) 490 4
5. Florida St. (21-3) 487 5
6. North Carolina (18-5) 482 7
7. Miami, Fla. (19-5) 478 9
8. Texas A&M (19-5) 475 13
9. N.C. State (16-5) 473 11
10. Cal. St. Fullerton (14-8) 470 12
11. UCLA (17-4) 467 16
12. Louisiana St. (18-6) 465 8
13. Rice (18-8) 463 10
14. South Carolina (17-7) 461 6
15. Arizona (18-7) 459 14
16. Oregon (15-6) 457 17
17. Arizona St. (15-8) 455 18
18. Baylor (18-7) 453 27
19. Texas (13-9) 450 21
20. Louisville (18-6) 448 22
21. Central Florida (19-6) 447 28
22. Purdue (16-4) 444 24
23. Oregon St. (15-7) 442 25
24. Auburn (15-9) 440
25. Coastal Carolina (16-6) 438
26. Georgia (17-8) 435 23
27. Mississippi (17-7) 433 26
28. Sam Houston St. (14-9) 430
29. Missouri St. (19-6) 427
30. St. Louis (19-5) 424

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