Clemson drops in latest Baseball Poll


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Courtesy - David Grooms

CLEMSON, S.C. - The Tigers were ranked No. 7 in the USA Today coaches poll on Monday after splitting two games against Nevada over the weekend. Clemson (35-12, 16-8 ACC) was also ranked No. 8 by D1Baseball, No. 9 by Collegiate Baseball and No. 11 by Baseball America. It marked the 10th week in a row Clemson was ranked in the top 10 of at least one of the polls and 20th consecutive week ranked in the top 25 dating to 2016.

Clemson, who is playing Nevada in the series finale on Monday, plays four more games this week, starting with a Tuesday night game against Furman at Fluor Field and closing with a three-game series against No. 2 Louisville at Doug Kingsmore Stadium this weekend.

Baseball America Top 25 Poll

1. Oregon State
2. Louisville
3. North Carolina
4. Texas Tech
5. Texas Christian
6. Mississippi State
7. Florida
8. Long Beach State
9. Kentucky
10. Stanford
11. Clemson
12. Virginia
13. Auburn
14. Cal State Fullerton
15. Louisiana State
16. Wake Forest
17. Arizona
18. Arkansas
19. Southern Mississippi
20. Texas A&M
21. Michigan
22. St. John’s
23. South Florida
24. Oklahoma
25. Nebraska

Dropped out: Maryland (23), Texas (25)

D1 Baseball Top 25 ranking

1 Oregon State 38-4 4-0 1
2 Louisville 42-6 4-0 2
3 North Carolina 37-9 1-0 3
4 Texas Tech 39-13 3-1 6
5 Florida 35-13 5-0 7
6 TCU 35-11 4-0 9
7 Mississippi State 32-17 2-1 11
8 Clemson 35-12 1-1 8
9 Kentucky 32-16 1-2 4
10 Long Beach State 30-15-1 2-1-1 10
11 LSU 32-16 2-1 12
12 Stanford 30-13 3-1 14
13 Virginia 36-11 1-0 13
14 Auburn 32-17 0-3 5
15 CS Fullerton 28-16 2-1 16
16 Michigan 35-11 2-1 17
17 Arizona 31-15 4-0 19
18 Arkansas 35-13 1-1 18
19 Texas A&M 34-15 2-2 15
20 St. John's 34-8 3-1 20
21 Wake Forest 32-14 3-1 21
22 Southern Miss 37-12 3-0 22
23 Loyola Marymount 30-14 0-0 23
24 South Florida 37-10 3-0 25
25 Old
Dominion 32-14 2-1 NR
Dropped Out
Texas 31-19 1-3 24

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