Baseball Moves Up One Spot in Two Polls


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CLEMSON, SC - Clemson moved up one spot in two polls after reaching the ACC Tournament Championship game last week. The national number-two seeded Tigers (47-14) will open the NCAA Tournament with Georgia Southern Friday, May 31 in Clemson. The Tigers had been ranked for eight straight weeks #1 by at least one poll and seven straight weeks #1 by all three polls (Baseball America, Collegiate Baseball, ESPN/Baseball Weekly).


Collegiate Baseball 

Rank School (Record) Points Previous 
1. Florida St. (56-12) 495   1 
2. Rice (47-11) 490   3 
3. Texas (48-14) 484   5 
4. Wake Forest (44-11-1) 483   2 
5. South Carolina (48-14) 481   4 
6. Alabama (48-13) 479   7 
7. Clemson (47-14) 476   6 
8. Houston (44-15) 474   8 
9. Georgia Tech. (46-14) 470   9 
10. Stanford (40-16) 468 12 
11. Louisiana St. (40-19) 464 10 
12. Nebraska (42-18) 462 13 
13. Wichita St. (46-15) 459 15 
14. North Carolina (40-19) 455 11 
15. Florida (43-17) 453 14 
16. Cal. St. Northridge (40-15) 450 16 
17. Notre Dame (44-15) 446 18 
18. Southern California (34-22) 439 22 
19. Texas Tech. (41-18) 437 17 
20. South Alabama (41-17) 434 19 
21. Arizona St. (35-19) 429 24 
22. San Jose St. (45-15) 426 23 
23. Richmond (49-10) 422 20 
24. Long Beach St. (37-19) 419 26 
25. Cal. St. Fullerton (36-20) 418 21 
26. Central Florida (40-20) 415 — 
27. East Carolina (41-18-1) 412 — 
28. S.W. Missouri St. (41-19) 399 — 
29. Oklahoma (35-25) 396 27 
30. Ohio St. (36-18-1) 392 — 

Baseball America

1. Florida State 56-12 5-0 3 
2. Rice 47-11 3-0 1 
3. Texas 48-14 5-1 4 
4. South Carolina 48-14 4-2 2 
5. Clemson 47-14 3-2 6 
6. Alabama 48-13 4-1 12 
7. Houston 44-15 3-1 7 
8. Wake Forest 44-11 2-2 5 
9. Stanford 40-16 3-0 8 
10. LSU 40-19 2-2 9 
11. Florida 43-17 3-2 11 
12. Georgia Tech 46-14 2-2 10 
13. Nebraska 42-18 3-1 13 
14. Wichita State 46-14 4-1 14 
15. Cal State Northridge 40-15 0-0 16 
16. Notre Dame 44-15 3-1 18 
17. Southern California 34-22 3-0 21 
18. San Jose State 45-15 3-0 22 
19. North Carolina 40-19 1-2 15 
20. South Alabama 41-17 3-1 20 
21. Arizona State 35-19 3-0 24 
22. Long Beach State 37-19 3-0 NR 
23. Central Florida 40-20 4-0 NR 
24. Richmond 49-10 1-2 19 
25. Cal State Fullerton 36-20 2-3 17 

USA TODAY Baseball Weekly/ESPN/ Coaches  
1. FLORIDA STATE (56-12) Last poll: 1 
   Poll points: 1,022 (39 No. 1 votes)
2. RICE (47-11) Last poll: 2 Poll points: 970 (2)
3. TEXAS (48-14) Last poll: 6 Poll points: 874.
4. CLEMSON (47-14) Last poll: 5 Poll points: 871.
5. SOUTH CAROLINA (48-14) Last poll: 3 Poll points: 833.
6. ALABAMA (48-13) Last poll: 10 Poll points: 826.
7. WAKE FOREST (44-11-1) Last poll: 4 Poll points: 764.
8. STANFORD (40-16) Last poll: 8 Poll points: 750.
9. GEORGIA TECH (46-14) Last poll: 7 Poll points: 662.
10. FLORIDA (43-17) Last poll: 11 Poll points: 611.
11. HOUSTON (44-15) Last poll: 9 Poll points: 600.
12. WICHITA STATE (46-15) Last poll: 14 Poll points: 561.
13. NEBRASKA (42-18) Last poll: 13 Poll points: 557.
14. LSU (40-19) Last poll: 12 Poll points: 548.
15. ARIZONA STATE (35-19) Last poll: 17 Poll points: 362.
16. NOTRE DAME (44-15) Last poll: 19 Poll points: 326.
17. CAL STATE NORTHRIDGE (40-15) Last poll: 18 Poll points:304.
18. NORTH CAROLINA (40-19) Last poll: 16 Poll points: 287.
19. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (34-22) Last poll: 24 Poll points:272.
20. SAN JOSE STATE (45-15) Last poll: 23 Poll points:209.
21. SOUTH ALABAMA (41-17) Last poll: 21 Poll points: 202.
22. EAST CAROLINA (41-18-1) Last poll: NR Poll points: 155.
23. CAL STATE FULLERTON (36-20) Last poll: 15 Poll points:140.
24. LONG BEACH STATE (37-19) Last poll: NR Poll points: 137.
25. RICHMOND (49-10) Last poll: 20 Poll points: 116.

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