For the first time this season, the number one team is the same as it was last week. Florida stays in the top spot after sweeping South Florida.
Texas Tech stays at number two after their second straight 5-0 week, while Ole Miss moves up to number three after their own perfect week.
Louisville jumps up three spots after a strong series win on the road at Wake Forest, while UCLA slips two spots, losing at UCSB in a midweek game and against TCU at the Southern California College Baseball Classic.
Georgia dropped a midweek game at Georgia Southern but recovered to sweep UMass and comes in at number six in College Baseball Nation's Top 25. Continuing their hot start to the season, number seven Duke defeated Campbell in the midweek and took two of three off of Florida State to start ACC play.
Number eight UCF remains the American's highest ranked team after a 4-0 week. While their talent suggests a higher ranking, Vanderbilt falls to number nine as the Commodores dropped games at UCLA and USC over the weekend. Finishing off the top ten is Miami who started ACC play with a sweep of Pitt.
Ending their five game losing streak, #11 Arkansas recovered to win two straight games and defeat South Alabama in a weekend series. A 4-1 week that included a series win over San Diego State propelled Oklahoma to the #12 spot. Just behind the Sooners, Florida State stayed pat at #13 after winning two out of four games against Mercer and Duke.
Mississippi State survived without ace, JT Ginn, who is out for the season and swept Quinnipiac. The Bulldogs check in at #14 in the Top 25. A slow start for Arizona State's offense has been erased by a nice offensive showing in a 5-0 week, and the Sun Devils move up five spots to #15 this week.
After the Gauchos went 4-0 against the Pac-12 (including games against UCLA and at Oregon State), UCSB moved up nine spots to #16. NC State drops to #17, losing a series at Virginia. Long Beach State slides down two spots to #18 after a 2-2 week. #19 ECU and #20 Tulane mark back-to-back American teams in the poll.
Next at #21 and #22 are two Big 12 teams, TCU and Baylor. TCU defeated UCLA but dropped games to Vanderbilt and USC at the Southern California College Baseball Classic. Baylor was also out west, winning two out of three games at Cal Poly,
At #23, Tennessee drops nine spots after losing a home series to Wright State. Pepperdine at #24 and Virginia at #25 are both new to the poll. Pepperdine defeated Michigan in a weekend series, and Virginia took down NC State.
Dropping out of the rankings are Michigan (#19) and Dallas Baptist (#24).
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