Week 4 College Baseball Top 50; Arkansas Rises to Number One

Arkansas, a consistent weekend winner, rises to No. 1 in College Baseball Nation's Top 50. The Hogs earned a four-game sweep of University of Illinois-Chicago to move to 13-3 on the year. Just behind Arkansas, Texas falls to No. 2 after a series loss at South Carolina (25). This was the first series for the Longhorns after announcing that Sunday starter, Tanner Witt, will miss the remainder of the year due to Tommy John surgery.


Florida State, Vanderbilt, and Tennessee round out the top five after all won their weekend series.

No. 6 LSU stands pat in the rankings, while Georgia Tech and Ole Miss each rise one spot. Stanford, slips to No. 9 after losing its first series of the year at home; the Cardinal fell to the Oregon Ducks (31). Oklahoma State took a neutral-site series from BYU and stays in the tenth spot in the rankings.


USC (46), Kentucky (48), and Purdue (50) each enter the top 50 for the first time this season. Purdue (15-0) is the lone undefeated team remaining in the country.


The full top 50 can be found below.

1 Arkansas

2 Texas

3 Florida State

4 Vanderbilt

5 Tennessee

6 LSU

7 Georgia Tech

8 Ole Miss

9 Stanford

10 Oklahoma State

11 Oregon State

12 Notre Dame

13 Liberty

14 Florida

15 Miami

16 Virginia

17 Texas Tech

18 Arizona

19 Maryland

20 Gonzaga

21 UCLA

22 Southern Miss

23 LBSU

24 Clemson

25 South Carolina

26 Mississippi State

27 UNC

28 Texas State

29 Louisiana Tech

30 TCU

31 Oregon

32 UCSB

33 Tulane

34 Northeastern

35 NC State

36 UC Irvine

37 Georgia

38 Old Dominion

39 DBU

40 ECU

41 Louisville

42 West Virginia

43 Oklahoma

44 Charlotte

45 Connecticut

46 USC

47 Auburn

48 Kentucky

49 South Alabama

50 Purdue

 

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