USA Today/ESPN College Baseball Coaches’ Poll – April 2

April 2, 2012
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Florida Holds The Top Spot…

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Florida dropped two of three games over the weekend to Ole Miss, but the Gators have held the top spot in this week’s USA Today/ESPN College Baseball Coaches’ Poll. Florida received 761 points this week, with Florida State second after receiving 737 points. North Carolina, Kentucky and Texas A&M round out the top five. Stanford drops from second to sixth after being swept at Arizona. UCLA, Arizona, Arkansas, and South Carolina complete the top 10 in this week’s poll.

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Rank  Florida  Record  Points

  1. Florida (26-4) 761
  2. Florida St. (24-4) 737
  3. North Carolina (22-6) 656
  4. Kentucky (27-2) 639
  5. Texas A&M (22-6) 616
  6. Stanford (16-6) 591
  7. UCLA (20-5) 578
  8. Arizona (21-7) 549
  9. Arkansas (22-6) 510
  10. South Carolina (20-8) 481
  11. Rice (21-9) 469
  12. LSU (22-6) 463
  13. Miami (21-7) 421
  14. Central Florida (23-6) 303
  15. Ole Miss (20-8) 290
  16. Cal St. Fullerton (17-10) 280
  17. Oregon (18-8) 257
  18. Baylor (22-7) 242
  19. Oregon St. (17-8) 209
  20. Purdue (20-5) 182
  21. Louisville (20-8) 159
  22. North Carolina St. (19-7) 155
  23. Georgia Tech (18-11) 116
  24. Georgia (18-11) 84
  25. San Diego (23-7) 68

Dropped out: No. 25 Texas (15-11).

Others receiving votes: Oklahoma 39; Liberty 31; Virginia 24; Texas 21; Auburn 18; Missouri State 18; Campbell 16; New Mexico State 16; TCU 11; East Carolina 10; UC-Irvine 10; California 6; Gonzaga 5; Maryland 5; Mississippi State 5; Cal Poly 4; Appalachian State 3; Sam Houston State 3; South Florida 3; Texas State 3; Washington 3; Coastal Carolina 2; Tulane 2; College of Charleston 1; Dallas Baptist 1.

The USA TODAY/ESPN Board of Coaches is made up of 31 coaches at Division I institutions. All are members of the American Baseball Coaches Association. The board for the 2012 season: Terry Alexander, Jacksonville; John Anderson, Minnesota; Ed Blankmeyer, St. John’s; Rob Cooper, Wright State; Sherman Corbett, Texas-San Antonio; Tim Corbin, Vanderbilt; Barry Davis, Rider; Greg DiCenzo, Holy Cross; Mike Gaski, UNC-Greensboro; Nino Giarratano, San Francisco; Gary Gilmore, Coastal Carolina; Keith Guttin, Missouri State; Danny Hall, Georgia Tech; Carlton Hardy, Savannah State; Donny Harrel, Seattle University; Loren Hibbs, Charlotte; Charlie Hickey, Central Connecticut State; George Horton, Oregon; Steve Jaksa, Central Michigan; Omar Johnson, Jackson State; Rick Jones, Tulane; John Musachio, Oakland (Mich.); Bobby Pierce, Troy; Gary Powers, Nevada; Mark Scalf, UNC-Wilmington; Jim Schlossnagle, TCU; Jim Schmitz, Eastern Illinois; Matt Senk, Stony Brook; Doug Smith, UC-Riverside; Steve Smith, Baylor; Bob Whalen, Dartmouth.

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