Collegiate Baseball Div. I Poll 6-11-13

Louisville Slugger

LOUISIANA ST. NO. 1 IN COLLEGIATE BASEBALL POLL

TUCSON, Ariz. — Louisiana St. (57-9) is ranked No. 1 in Collegiate Baseball newspaper’s NCAA Division I baseball poll after winning the Baton Rouge Super Regional with two straight wins over Oklahoma.

This marks the fourth time this season LSU has been ranked No. 1 in the Collegiate Baseball poll. The Tigers have won eight in a row heading into the College World Series. It marks LSU’s 16th trip to the CWS, and the Tigers have won six national baseball titles in 1991, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000 and 2009.

LSU tied the school record for victories in a season and won its sixth NCAA Super Regional title in 10 appearances. The 57 wins tied the 1997 team for most single-season victories. Skip Bertman’s 1997 College World Series championship team finished the season 57-13.

The Collegiate Baseball newspaper poll is the oldest college baseball poll. Its birth took place during the 1957 college baseball season.

 

Collegiate Baseball NCAA Division I Poll
(As of June 11, 2013)
www.baseballnews.com

  Rank   Team (2013 Record)

Points

Pvs.

    1.   Louisiana St. (57-9)

497

1

    2.   North Carolina (57-10)

494

3

    3.   Oregon St. (50-11)

492

5

    4.   Louisville (51-12)

489

8

    5.   N.C. State (49-14)

487

9

    6.   UCLA (44-17)

486

10

    7.   Mississippi St. (48-18)

483

12

    8.   Indiana (48-14)

479

16

    9.   Vanderbilt (54-12)

478

2

  10.   Cal. St. Fullerton (51-10)

476

4

  11.   Virginia (50-12)

473

6

  12.   Florida St. (47-17)

469

7

  13.   South Carolina (43-20)

464

11

  14.   Rice (44-20)

462

13

  15.   Kansas St. (45-19)

460

15

  16.   Oklahoma (43-21)

457

14

  17.   Oregon (48-16)

448

17

  18.   Arkansas (39-22)

445

18

  19.   Arizona St. (37-22-1)

442

19

  20.   Virginia Tech. (40-22)      439

20

  21.   Cal. Poly (40-19)

437

21

  22.   Oklahoma St. (41-19)

436

22

  23.   Troy (42-20)

432

23

  24.   Florida Atlantic (42-22)

427

24

  25.   Central Arkansas (42-22)

426

25

  26.   Liberty (36-29)

422

26

  27.   Clemson (40-22)

420

27

  28.   William & Mary (39-24)

416

28

  29.   Austin Peay (47-15)

413

29

  30.   San Diego (37-25)

411

30