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2006 NCBWA Final Division I Baseball Poll


DALLAS-The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association
continued its tradition of NCAA Division I polls for the ninth year with
its 2006 weekly surveys. Weekly polls were announced from Feb. 6-June
27, 2006, following the NCAA World Series in Omaha, Neb. The polls of
the 2006 season represented most major conferences and top independents
among the 293 baseball-playing schools in the NCAA Division I ranks.


Rank   School              Overall     Last Week

1      Oregon State        50-16        4
2      North Carolina      54-15        5
3      Rice                57-13        1
4      Cal State Fullerton 50-15        3
5      Clemson             53-16        2
6      Miami (Fla.)        42-24        8
7      Georgia Tech        50-18        6
8      Georgia             47-23        7
9      Alabama             44-21        9
10     Oklahoma            45-22        10
11     Mississippi         44-22        11
12     Col. of Charleston  46-17        12
13     South Carolina      41-25        13
14     Virginia            47-15        15
15     Oral Roberts        41-16        14
16     Texas               41-21        16
17     Kentucky            44-17        17
18     Stanford            33-27        18
19     Nebraska            42-17        20
20     Missouri            35-28        19
21     Tulane              43-21        21
22     Florida State       44-21        23
23     Oklahoma State      41-20        22
24     Pepperdine          42-21        24
25     Houston             39-22        25
26     Winthrop            46-18        26
27     Arkansas            39-21        t-28
28     Arizona State       37-21        27
29     Evansville          43-22        t-28
30     Baylor              37-26        30


Others receiving votes (listed alphabetically): Fresno State
(45-18), Hawaii (45-17), Kent State (38-19), Manhattan (34-23), Michigan
(43-21), N.C. State (40-23), Notre Dame (45-17-1), Old Dominion (39-17),
Rhode Island (34-16), Southern Miss (39-23), Troy (47-16), Vanderbilt
(38-27), Wichita State (46-22).




USA TODAY/ESPN TOP 25 COACHES POLL ÷ FINAL POLL


The Sports Weekly/ESPN Top 25 College Coachesâ Poll as selected by 36 Division I coaches representing the American Baseball Coaches Association.



                                                      Last week's   First-place
   Rank    School (record)                Points         rank         votes
   
   1.      Oregon State (50-16)           900             8            36
   2.      North Carolina (54-15)         864             9            0
   3.      Rice (57-13)                   820             1            0
   4.      Cal State Fullerton (50-15)    794             3            0
   5.      Clemson (53-16)                747             2            0
   6.      Miami (Fla.) (42-24)           695             24           0
   7.      Georgia Tech (50-18)           686             4            0
   8.      Georgia (47-23)                661             12           0
   9.      Alabama (44-21)                544             6            0
   10.     Mississippi (44-22)            542             11           0
   11.     Oklahoma (45-22)               459             15           0
   12.     Texas (41-21)                  401             5            0
   13.     Col. of Charleston (46-17)     328             not ranked   0
   14.     Virginia (47-15)               326             7            0
   15.     Kentucky (44-17)               302             13           0
   16.     Stanford (33-27)               296             not ranked   0
   17.     South Carolina (41-25)         292             not ranked   0
   18.     Nebraska (42-17)               275             10           0
   19.     Oral Roberts (41-16)           262             not ranked   0
   20.     Florida State (44-21)          230             18           0
   21.     Missouri (35-28)               221             not ranked   0
   22.     Arkansas (39-21)               142             17           0
   23.     Arizona State (37-21)          141             14           0
   24.     Houston (39-22)                130             16           0
   25.     Pepperdine (42-21)             103             20           0


Dropped out:

No. 19 Notre Dame, No. 21 North Carolina State, No. 22 Oklahoma State, No. 23 Tulane, No. 25 Fresno State


Others receiving votes:

Notre Dame 78; North Carolina State 73; Oklahoma State 65; Tulane 61; Fresno State 44; Hawaii 33;
Wichita State 32; Kansas 28; Vanderbilt 17; Baylor 16; Evansville 15; Michigan 14; Winthrop 14;
North Carolina-Wilmington 12; San Francisco 11; Troy 7; Connecticut 6; Southern Mississippi 6; St.
John's 4; South Alabama 2; Mississippi State 1.

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