Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Poll – May 21

May 22, 2012
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TUCSON, Ariz. — Oregon (41-14) has been ranked No. 1 for the second straight week in the latest Collegiate Baseball newspaper NCAA Division I baseball poll.

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The Ducks, winners of eight straight and 14 of their last 15 games, sit on top of the Pac-12 Conference with a 19-8 record. Last week, Oregon beat Southern California one game and then swept a 3-game series against Seattle. The 41 wins is the most in school history.

Poll Notes: In key top 30 games over the past week, Mississippi St. swept a 3-game series against Kentucky. The Wildcats have now lost four straight and slipped from second last week to 13th this week. Louisiana St. took two of three at South Carolina, Florida St. won two of three at home against N.C. State, Baylor won two of three against Texas, Rice took two of three against Central Florida and Texas A&M swept a 3-game series against Oklahoma St. Several teams have been hot. North Carolina has won 13 in a row as has Kent St. Stanford has captured seven straight along with Texas A&M while UCLA has won seven of its last eight. Three teams fell out of the top 30 this week in Oklahoma St. (0-4 last week), St. John’s (1-2) and Mississippi (0-4). New to the poll is Mississippi St., Miami (Fla.), and Kent St.

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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 May 21, 2012)

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Rank School (Record) Points Previous
1. Oregon (41-14) 498 1
2. Louisiana St. (42-14) 496 4
3. South Carolina (39-15) 495 3
4. Florida (40-16) 493 5
5. Florida St. (43-12) 491 6
6. Baylor (42-12) 489 7
7. North Carolina (42-13) 486 10
8. Arizona (36-16) 485 8
9. Rice (39-15) 483 9
10. UCLA (38-14) 482 11
11. Texas A&M (41-14) 480 13
12. Stanford (36-14) 478 15
13. Kentucky (41-15) 477 2
14. Arkansas (39-17) 474 17
15. Cal. St. Fullerton (33-18) 471 12
16. N.C. State (38-15) 469 14
17. Arizona St. (35-18) 467 16
18. Purdue (41-12) 459 18
19. Central Florida (41-14) 457 19
20. San Diego (39-13) 454 20
21. Mississippi St. (34-21) 452
22. Texas (30-20) 449 21
23. Miami, Fla. (34-19) 448
24. Virginia (36-16-1) 446 23
25. Oklahoma (35-21) 442 24
26. Louisville (38-18) 441 25
27. Kent St. (37-17) 438
28. Oregon St. (35-18) 434 28
29. Texas Christian (35-17) 433 29
30. Utah Valley (43-12) 431 27

 

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