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PG Top 50: Consistency rewarded
Kendall Rogers        
Published: Monday, March 05, 2012

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What a season it has been thus far for Pacific Northwest programs Gonzaga and Oregon.

The Bulldogs are off to an amazing start this season, sitting at 10-0 after another perfect week. They vaulted from No. 46 to No. 33 this week, the highest jump of any team in this week's Perfect Game Top 50 rankings. Meanwhile, Oregon had another stellar week with a home seriers sweep over Long Beach State. As a result, the Ducks climbed all the way from No. 21 to No. 13.

The top 10 remains unchanged this week with No. 10 Arizona rounding out the list, while Mississippi and UCLA are the only teams to enter the top 25. The Rebels moved from No. 27 to No. 24 after another successful week, while the Bruins moved from No. 32 to No. 25 after a perfect week.

Teams that dropped out of this week's rankings include Virginia, San Francisco, Georgia Southern, Vanderbilt, Samford and Fresno State, while teams entering the rankings include Texas State, Boston College, San Diego, Elon, Liberty and St. Mary's.

The PG Top 50 is released each Monday morning during the college baseball season.


PERFECT GAME COLLEGE TOP 50
Rk. Team Last week Prev.
1. Florida (10-1)
3-0 1
2. Stanford (10-1)
3-1 2
3. South Carolina (9-1)
3-1 3
4. Rice (11-1)
3-1 4
5. Texas A&M (11-1)
5-0
5
6. North Carolina (8-2)
3-1 6
7. Arkansas (11-2)
4-1 7
8. Georgia Tech (10-2)
4-0 8
9. Arizona State (8-2)
3-1 9
10. Arizona (8-2)
3-0 10
11. Florida State (9-1)
3-0 11
12.
Stetson (9-2)
3-1 13
13. Oregon (10-1)
3-0 21
14. Louisville (8-3)
2-2 16
15. Cal State Fullerton (8-3)
5-0 15
16. Mississippi State (10-2)
4-1 18
17. Georgia (10-2)
3-2 14
18. Miami (Fla) (8-3)
1-3 12
19. LSU (10-2)
5-0 19
20.
Maryland (9-1)
4-0 20
21. Purdue (8-1)
3-0 23
22. Central Florida (10-2)
5-0 22
23. Clemson (5-4)
1-2
17
24. Mississippi (9-2) 4-1 27
25. UCLA (8-3)
4-0 32
26. Cal Poly (9-3)
2-2 24
27. Baylor (9-4)
3-2 26
28. Oklahoma (7-3)
3-1 28
29. East Carolina (8-2)
3-0 30
30. California (8-2)
4-0 36
31.
TCU (4-6) 2-2 29
32. Oregon State (8-4)
3-1 31
33. Gonzaga (10-0)
3-0 46
34. Southern Miss (8-4)
4-1 43
35. Tulane (10-2)
3-1 50
36.
UC Irvine (6-5)
2-2 33
37. Texas State (8-3)
4-0 NR
38. N.C. State (8-2)
3-0 45
39. Boston College (6-3)
2-1 NR
40. Pepperdine (8-4)
2-2 39
41. Southern California (8-3) 1-3 38
42. Texas Tech (9-3)
2-2 41
43. San Diego (9-3)
4-1 NR
44. Elon (7-4)
3-1
NR
45. Texas (4-7)
2-2 25
46. Liberty (12-1)
4-0 NR
47. College of Charleston (7-3)
2-2
40
48. Missouri State (9-3)
4-0 48
49. St. Mary's (8-4)
3-2 NR
50. Florida Atlantic (8-4)
2-3 35

Dropped out: No. 34 Virginia, No. 37 San Francisco, No. 42 Georgia Southern, No. 44 Vanderbilt, No. 47 Samford, No. 49 Fresno State

Entered: Texas State, Boston College, San Diego, Elon, Liberty, St. Mary's

Five to watch: Southeastern Louisiana, Kentucky, San Francisco, Vanderbilt, Virginia


Kendall Rogers is the college baseball managing editor for Perfect Game and can be reached at kendall@perfectgame.org

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