Tigers tumble in baseball polls


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Clemson University

Overall Season Record: 23-14

ACC Regular-Season Record: 10-8



Last Week: 0-4

Wed. L, Home vs. Western Carolina, 7-5

Fri. L, Away vs. #5 Georgia Tech, 8-6 (10 Innings)

Sat. L, Away vs. #5 Georgia Tech, 4-3

Sun. L, Away vs. #5 Georgia Tech, 11-3



Next Week

Wed. Home vs. USC Upstate, 6:30 PM

Fri. Home vs. North Carolina, 6:30 PM

Sat. Home vs. North Carolina, 6:30 PM

Sun. Home vs. North Carolina, 1:00 PM



USA TODAY/ESPN Top 25 coaches' baseball poll

Rank	School (first-place)	Record	Points	Last week
1	Arizona State (27)	31-3	770	1
2	Texas (2)		30-7	730	4
3	Georgia Tech		31-5	696	5
4	Virginia (2)		29-9	645	3
5	LSU			30-6	638	6
6	UCLA			27-5	612	2
7	Arkansas		31-6	608	8
8	Coastal Carolina	32-5	516	10
9	Florida State		28-9	488	7
10	South Carolina		28-8	467	13
11	Florida			25-10	458	9
12	TCU			27-7	455	11
13	Louisville		29-6	429	12
14	Miami (Fla.)		27-9	395	15
15	Vanderbilt		29-9	288	19
16	Kansas State		26-8	259	20
17	Arizona			26-9	246	21
18	Oklahoma		26-10	231	14
19	Mississippi		24-13	168	18
20	Clemson			23-14	167	16
21	Cal State-Fullerton	20-13	116	24
22	Oregon State		20-11	112	17
23	California		22-11	96	NR
24	Southeastern Louisiana	29-9	65	23
25	Oregon			23-12	64	NR


Dropped out: No. 22 Western Kentucky, No. 25 UC-Irvine.


Others receiving votes: Rice (23-15) 42; Pittsburgh (26-9) 41; East Carolina (24-12) 40; Connecticut (27-7) 36; Virginia Tech (25-13) 26; Western Kentucky (27-12) 26; UC-Irvine (20-13) 21; Auburn (24-13) 20; Michigan State (23-9) 14; New Mexico State (26-12) 12; Ohio State (21-10) 11; Portland (23-9) 11; Kentucky (22-14) 10; New Mexico (24-13) 6; North Carolina State (25-13) 6; The Citadel (26-13) 6; North Carolina (22-16) 5; Pacific (22-12) 5; Stanford (18-13) 5; Tulane (23-14) 4; Liberty (25-10) 2; San Diego (20-15) 2; South Alabama (26-15) 2; Bethune-Cookman (23-14) 1; Florida Gulf Coast (23-12) 1; Kansas (22-14) 1.


Collegiate Baseball Newspaper's

NCAA Div. I Poll (As of April 19, 2010)

Rank School (Record)	 	Points	 Previous
  1. Arizona St. (31-3)	 	494	   1
  2. Texas (30-7)	 	492	   3
  3. Georgia Tech. (31-5)	490	   6
  4. Arkansas (31-6)	 	487	   8
  5. South Carolina (28-8)	486	   5
  6. Louisiana St. (30-6)	485	   7
  7. Coastal Carolina (32-5)	483	   9
  8. UCLA (27-5)	 	482	   2
  9. Miami, Fla. (27-9)	 	479	 13
10. Virginia (29-9)	 	478	   4
11. Florida St. (28-9)	 	476	 10
12. Florida (25-10)	 	473	 12
13. Louisville (29-6)	 	470	 15
14. Texas Christian (27-7)	466	 17
15. California (22-11)	 	463	 19
16. Cal. St. Fullerton (20-13)	460	 22
17. Kansas St. (26-8)	 	458	 20
18. Arizona (26-9)		456	—
19. Connecticut (27-7)	 	452	 —
20. Oklahoma (26-10)		446	11
21. Rutgers (21-13)	 	442	 —
22. Stanford (18-13)	 	441	 —
23. Oregon (23-12)	 	440	 —
24. Pittsburgh (26-9)	 	437	 24
25. Oregon St. (20-11)	 	434	 14
26. Clemson (23-14)	 	432	 16
27. Mississippi (24-13)		430	 18
28. Vanderbilt (29-9)	 	429	 30
29. Auburn (24-13)	 	426	 23
30. Northwestern St. (25-10)	423	 —


Baseball America


Rk. Team W-L Last Prev.
1. Arizona State 31-3 3-0 3
2. Virginia 29-9 2-2 2
3. Texas 30-7 4-0 4
4. Georgia Tech 31-5 4-0 5
5. UCLA 27-5 2-2 1
6. Florida State 28-9 3-2 6
7. Florida 25-10 2-2 7
8. Louisiana State 30-6 4-0 8
9. Arkansas 31-6 5-0 9
10. South Carolina 28-8 3-1 10
11. Tx Christian 27-7 4-0 11
12. Coastal Carolina 32-5 5-0 12
13. Louisville 29-6 4-0 13
14. Miami 27-9 4-0 14
15. California 22-11 2-1 21
16. Cal State Fullerton 20-13 2-1 22
17. Arizona 26-9 4-0 24
18. Oregon 23-12 2-1 NR
19. Mississippi 24-13 1-3 14
20. Virginia Tech 25-13 2-2 20
21. Connecticut 27-7 5-0 25
22. Stanford 18-13 4-0 NR
23. Vanderbilt 29-9 3-1 NR
24. Oklahoma 26-10 1-3 16
25. Southeastern Louisiana 29-9 3-2 NR

Dropped Out: Clemson (17), Oregon State (18), Western Kentucky (19), Auburn (23).

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