USA Today/ESPN College Baseball Coaches’ Poll – April 9

April 9, 2012
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Seminoles Go To No. 1…

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There’s a new number one team in this week’s USA Today/ESPN College Baseball Coaches’ Poll. After dropping two of three games last weekend to visiting LSU, Florida has fallen from No. 1 to No. 4 and has been replaced atop the rankings by sunshine state rival Florida State. The Seminoles have lost just once in ACC play after sweeping Georgia Tech in Atlanta over the weekend.

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Team  Record  Points

1. Florida St. (27-5) 767
2. Kentucky (30-3) 698
3. Texas A&M (26-6) 690
4. Florida (25-7) 679
5. Stanford (19-7) 602
6. Miami (24-8) 578
7. LSU (25-7) 549
8. North Carolina (23-9) 546
9. Arkansas (24-7) 484
9. South Carolina (23-9) 484
11. UCLA (21-7) 471
12. Arizona (23-9) 457
13. Rice (23-11) 383
14. Baylor (25-7) 350
15. Central Florida (26-7) 345
16. Cal State Fullerton (21-10) 342
17. Oregon (20-9) 307
18. Purdue (24-5) 255
19. Ole Miss (21-10) 214
20. Louisville (23-9) 180
21. North Carolina St. (21-9) 119
22. San Diego (25-8) 116
23. Oregon St. (18-11) 76
24. Virginia (21-10-1) 74
25. Texas (17-12) 41

Dropped out: No. 23 Georgia Tech, No. 24 Georgia.

Others receiving votes: East Carolina (22-8-1) 36; Georgia Tech (19-14) 31; New Mexico State (25-9) 27; Appalachian State (24-6) 21; Georgia (19-13) 19; South Florida (23-10) 19; Cal Poly (20-10) 14; Liberty (27-8) 13; Missouri State (24-10) 13; Sam Houston State (23-9) 12; Nebraska (22-12) 11; Mississippi State (20-12) 10; Oklahoma (18-14) 10; Dallas Baptist (21-9) 9; TCU (16-13) 5; UC-Irvine (17-12) 5; Indiana State (26-7) 4; Maryland (21-13) 4; Campbell (26-7) 3; Florida Atlantic (22-11) 3; Southern California (19-10) 3; Gonzaga (20-9) 2; Hawaii (19-13) 2; Texas State (20-11) 2; Army (23-8) 1; Clemson (18-14) 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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