Clemson ranked #25 in Final USA Today Baseball Coaches Poll


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The final overall USA TODAY Sports Top 25 baseball coaches’ poll, with RECORDS THROUGH TUESDAY, total points based on 25 points for first place through one point for 25th, ranking in the final regular-season poll (May 27) and first-place votes received:
Final regular-season First-place
Rank School (record) Points rank votes
1. UCLA (49-17) 775 10 31
2. Mississippi State (51-20) 741 11 0
3. North Carolina (59-12) 698 3 0
4. Oregon State (52-13) 672 5 0
5. North Carolina State (50-16) 632 8 0
6. LSU (57-11) 616 1 0
7. Indiana (49-16) 606 13 0
8. Louisville (51-14) 548 12 0
9. Vanderbilt (54-12) 508 2 0
10. Cal State-Fullerton (51-10) 485 4 0
11. Virginia (50-12) 445 6 0
12. South Carolina (43-20) 424 14 0
13. Florida State (47-17) 398 9 0
14. Kansas State (45-19) 366 17 0
15. (tie) Oregon (48-16) 335 7 0
15. (tie) Rice (44-20) 335 16 0
17. Oklahoma (43-21) 304 18 0
18. Arkansas (39-22) 208 15 0
19. (tie) Arizona State (37-22-1) 139 20 0
19. (tie) Virginia Tech (40-22) 139 22 0
21. Oklahoma State (41-19) 130 19 0
22. Florida Atlantic (42-22) 93 not ranked 0
23. Georgia Tech (37-27) 60 not ranked 0
24. Cal Poly (40-19) 54 21 0
25. Clemson (40-22) 49 24 0
Dropped out: No. 23 Mississippi, No. 25 Campbell.
Others receiving votes: Louisiana-Lafayette (43-20) 45; Austin Peay (47-15) 36; Central Arkansas (42-22) 36; Mississippi (38-24) 36; Troy (42-20) 33; Campbell (49-10) 25; San Diego (37-25) 23; Texas A&M (34-29) 20; Liberty (36-29) 16; South Alabama (43-20) 16; Miami (Fla.) (37-25) 11; William & Mary (39-24) 8; New Mexico (37-22) 3; Elon (34-30) 2; Illinois (35-20) 2; Alabama (35-28) 1; East Tennessee State (36-24) 1; Mercer (43-18) 1.

The USA TODAY Sports 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 2013 season: John Anderson, Minnesota; Ed Blankmeyer, St. John's; Rob Cooper, Wright State; Barry Davis, Rider; Greg DiCenzo, Holy Cross; Pete Dunn, Stetson; Nino Giarrantano, San Francisco; Gary Gilmore, Coastal Carolina; Danny Hall, Georgia Tech; Carlton Hardy, Savannah State; Rodney Hennon, Georgia Southern; Loren Hibbs, Charlotte; Charlie Hickey, Central Connecticut State; George Horton, Oregon; Steve Jaksa, Central Michigan; Omar Johnson, Jackson State; Rick Jones, Tulane; Rob McDonald, Murray State; Eric Madsen, Utah Valley; John Musachio, Oakland (Mich.); Bobby Pierce, Troy; David Pierce, Sam Houston State; Gary Powers, Nevada; Mark Scalf, UNC-Wilmington; Matt Senk, Stony Brook; Dave Serrano, Tennessee; Ed Servais, Creighton; Doug Smith, UC-Riverside; Steve Smith, Baylor; Rocky Ward, New Mexico State; Bob Whalen, Dartmouth.

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