Collegiate Baseball Div 1 Poll 6-29-18

OREGON ST. NO. 1 IN COLLEGIATE BASEBALL POLL 

TUCSON, Ariz. — Oregon St. (55-12-1) is ranked No. 1 in Collegiate Baseball’s final 2018 NCAA Div. I baseball poll presented by Big League Chew bubble gum after winning its third national championship with a 5-0 win over Arkansas.

The Beavers were ranked No. 1 in nine Collegiate Baseball polls during the 2018 season and become the ninth program in NCAA history with three College World Series titles. OSU won six elimination games during its run to the CWS title.

Kevin Abel threw a complete game shutout, striking out 10 Razorbacks, to record his fourth win of the College World Series, a new CWS record for victories. Abel allowed just two hits and retired the final 20 batters he faced.

Adley Rutschman tallied three hits in the contest, passing Jacoby Ellsbury for the Oregon State single-season record with 102, and setting a new College World Series record with 17 hits.

Head Coach Pat Casey also earned his 900th victory at Oregon State with the championship game win over Arkansas.

The Collegiate Baseball newspaper poll is the oldest college baseball poll. Its birth took place during the 1959 college baseball season.

Collegiate Baseball’s
NCAA Div. I Baseball Poll
(As of June 29, 2018)

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Rank Team (Record) Points PVS
  1. Oregon St. (55-12-1) 495 1
  2. Arkansas (48-21) 491 4
  3. Florida (49-21) 489 2
  4. Mississippi St. (39-29) 486 8
  5. North Carolina (44-20) 483 3
  6. Texas Tech. (45-20) 480 6
  7. Texas (42-23) 477 5
  8. Washington (35-26) 475 7
  9. Minnesota (44-15) 473 9
10. Stetson (48-13) 472 10
11. Duke (45-18) 471 11
12. South Carolina (37-26) 468 12
13. Tennessee Tech. (53-12) 466 13
14. Cal. St. Fullerton (36-25) 464 14
15. Auburn (43-23) 462 15
16. Vanderbilt (35-27) 461 16
17. Clemson (47-16) 460 17
18. Stanford (46-12) 457 18
19. Mississippi (48-17) 455 19
20. Georgia (39-21) 452 20
21. Southern Mississippi (44-18) 450 21
22. N.C. State (42-18) 447 22
23. Louisville (45-19) 445 23
24. Oklahoma (38-25) 443 24
25. UCLA (38-21) 440 25
26. Houston (38-25) 439 26
27. Connecticut (37-22-1) 438 27
28. Coastal Carolina (43-19) 435 28
29. East Carolina (44-18) 434 29
30. St. John’s (40-17) 430 30