Collegiate Baseball Div. I Poll 6-4-13

Louisville Slugger

LOUISIANA ST. NO. 1 IN COLLEGIATE BASEBALL POLL

TUCSON, Ariz. — Louisiana St. (55-9) is ranked No. 1 in Collegiate Baseball newspaper’s NCAA Division I baseball poll after winning the Baton Rouge Regional with a 3-0 record.

This marks the third time this season LSU has been ranked No. 1 in the Collegiate Baseball poll. The Tigers have won six in a row heading into Super Regional competition.

Poll Notes: The top six teams in the nation remain the same this week as each won their respective regional. Five teams fell out of the poll this week in New Mexico, Mississippi, South Alabama, Sam Houston St. and Coastal Carolina. New to the poll are five teams which finished second in different regionals, including Florida Atlantic, Central Arkansas, Liberty, William & Mary and Austin Peay.

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 4, 2013)
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Rank  Team (2013 Record)

Points

Pvs.

  1.  Louisiana St. (55-9)

497

1

  2.  Vanderbilt (54-10)

496

2

  3.  North Carolina (55-9)

494

3

  4.  Cal. St. Fullerton (51-8)

493

4

  5.  Oregon St. (48-10)

490

5

  6.  Virginia (50-10)

487

6

  7.  Florida St. (47-15)

482

9

  8.  Louisville (49-12)

480

8

  9.  N.C. State (47-14)

475

10

10.  UCLA (42-17)

474

11

11.  South Carolina (42-18)

472

13

12.  Mississippi St. (46-18)

465

14

13.  Rice (44-18)

462

23

14.  Oklahoma (43-19)

458

20

15.  Kansas St. (44-17)

456

15

16.  Indiana (46-14)

452

22

17.  Oregon (48-16)

448

7

18.  Arkansas (39-22)

445

12

19.  Arizona St. (37-22-1)

442

16

20.  Virginia Tech. (40-22)   439

19

21.  Cal. Poly (40-19)

437

21

22.  Oklahoma St. (41-19)

436

25

23.  Troy (42-20)

432

26

24.  Florida Atlantic (42-22)

427

25.  Central Arkansas (42-22)

426

26.  Liberty (36-29)

422

27.  Clemson (40-22)

420

17

28.  William & Mary (39-24)

416

29.  Austin Peay (47-15)

413

30.  San Diego (37-25)

411

30