Clemson baseball moves up in latest poll


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Robert Jolly celebrates after scoring against Elon Sunday

Clemson went 4-0 last week, with a win over Western Carolina during the midweek game and a three-game series sweep over Elon last weekend, and moved up in the latest D1 Baseball Top 25 released Monday.

Clemson stayed at No. 15 in the latest Baseball America Top 25.

Clemson returns to action Tuesday afternoon, hosting Wofford at 4 p.m. The Tigers start a three-game series against arch-rival South Carolina next Friday. The Gamecocks play at Clemson at 6:30 p.m., the teams play at Greenville’s Fluor Field at 1 p.m. Saturday and finish the series with a 1:30 p.m. start at Founders Park in Columbia Sunday afternoon.

D1Baseball Top 25 Poll

Rank	Team	      Overall Last Week	Previous Rank
1	TCU	        6-1	3-1	1
2	Florida	        6-1	3-1	2
3	Florida State	5-2	3-1	3
4	LSU	        7-1	4-1	5
5	South Carolina	5-3	3-2	4
6	NC State	4-2	2-1	6
7	Oregon State	7-1	4-1	8
8	North Carolina	7-0	4-0	9
9	Louisville	7-0	4-0	10
10	Texas Tech	8-1	5-0	11
11	Ole Miss	7-0	4-0	17
12	Cal-Fullerton	4-3	2-2	12
13	Virginia	7-0	4-0	14
14	Arizona	        8-0	5-0	15
15	Texas A&M	6-1	3-1	16
16	UL Lafayette	3-3	2-2	13
17	Vanderbilt	4-3	2-2	7
18	East Carolina	4-3	4-0	18
19	Stanford	5-2	4-0	20
20	CLEMSON         5-2	4-0	22
21	Texas	        5-3	3-1	NR
22	St. John's	7-0	4-0	NR
23	Coastal 	4-4	3-2	19
24	Arkansas	6-0	3-0	NR
25	Houston	5-2	2-2	25

*Dropped Out	
Miami	2-4	0-3	21
Rice	3-5	1-3	23
UNCW	3-3	0-3	24

Baseball America Top 25 Poll
Team                      Last week        Overall
1.    Texas Christian   (1)     3-1        6-1
2.    Florida State (2)         3-1        5-2
3.    Florida (3)               3-1        6-1
4.    LSU (4)                   4-1        7-1
5.    South Carolina (5)        3-2        5-3
6.    Louisville (6)            4-0        7-0
7.    Cal State Fullerton (7)   2-2        4-3    
8.    Oregon State (8)          4-1        7-1
9.    East Carolina (11)        4-0        4-3
10.    N.C. State (12)          2-1        4-2
11.    Washington (10)          2-2        4-3
12.    Virginia (13)            4-0        7-0
13.    North Carolina (14)      4-0        7-0
14.    Vanderbilt (9)           2-2        4-3
15.    CLEMSON (15)             4-0        5-2
16.    Louisiana-Lafayette (16  2-2        3-3
17.    Georgia Tech (17)        3-1        6-1
18.    Coastal Carolina (18)    3-2        4-4
19.    Arizona (19)             5-0        8-0
20.    Mississippi (22)         4-0        7-0
21.    Texas Tech (21)          5-0        8-1
22.    Stanford (23)            4-0        5-2
23.    UC-Santa Barbara (24)    3-1        4-3
24.    Oklahoma St. (20)        3-1        4-3
25.    Texas A&M (NR)           3-1        6-1

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