PG Top 50: Closer to the top

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Kendall Rogers        
Published: Monday, March 26, 2012

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The State of College Baseball in Florida really couldn't be better at this point in the season.

Florida has been fantastic so far this season, and took another step forward over the weekend with an impressive road series win over South Carolina. The Gators remain No. 1 in the latest Perfect Game Top 50 rankings, but they're not alone when it comes to programs in the Sunshine State making a statement.

Florida State had another fabulous week and moved up to No. 4 in the latest rankings, while Miami moved to No. 12 from No. 13 after earning a home series win over Maryland and having yet another strong week. There's also Central Florida, which moved from No. 24 to No. 17 in this week's rankings after earning a huge home series win over East Carolina.

Teams that dropped out of this week's rankings include Clemson, Tulane, Santa Clara and Portland, while teams that entered the rankings include Auburn, Southeastern Louisiana, Virginia and New Mexico State.

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 (22-2)
3-1 1
2. Stanford (15-2)
2-0 2
3. Arkansas (22-3)
3-1 4
4. Florida State (21-3)
5-1 5
5. North Carolina (18-5)
2-1
3
6. UCLA (17-4)
2-0 6
7. Kentucky (24-1)
3-1 10
8. Cal State Fullerton (14-8)
2-1 9
9. Texas A&M (19-5)
3-0 11
10. Arizona (18-7)
2-3 7
11. South Carolina (17-7)
2-3 8
12.
Miami (Fla.) (19-5)
3-1 13
13. Rice (18-8)
3-2 12
14. Arizona State (15-8)
3-1 17
15. Purdue (16-4)
2-1 20
16. Louisville (18-6)
4-0 21
17. Central Florida (19-6)
3-1 24
18. LSU (18-6)
2-2
16
19. N.C. State (16-5)
1-2 18
20.
Mississippi (17-7)
2-2
22
21. Baylor (18-7)
4-0 30
22. Texas (13-9)
3-1 31
23. Georgia (17-8)
2-2
23
24. Georgia Tech (15-9)
1-3 14
25. Mississippi State (16-9)
1-2 19
26. Oregon (15-6)
2-1 27
27. San Diego (20-6)
3-0
35
28. Cal Poly (16-8)
4-2 28
29. Missouri State (19-6)
4-0 48
30. East Carolina (16-7)
2-3 25
31.
Oregon State (15-7)
1-2 26
32. Auburn (15-9)
3-1 NR
33. Washington (15-7)
3-0 40
34. Liberty (23-4)
3-1 38
35. Oklahoma (15-10)
4-1 42
36.
Southeastern Louisiana (18-6)
3-0 NR
37. Appalachian State (18-5)
1-2 32
38. Pepperdine (16-8)
2-3 34
39. Texas State (14-9)
1-3 33
40. TCU (12-9)
1-3 29
41. California (13-9)
2-2 39
42. UC Irvine (14-8)
3-0 44
43. Coastal Carolina (16-6)
3-0 45
44. Stetson (16-8)
1-4 15
45. College of Charleston (18-6)
3-1 46
46. Wake Forest (17-9)
1-2 41
47. Virginia (15-8)
4-1
NR
48. Maryland (16-9)
2-3 36
49. Southern California (13-8)
0-2 43
50. New Mexico State (21-8)
6-0 NR

Dropped out: No. 37 Clemson, No. 47 Tulane, No. 49 Santa Clara, No. 50 Portland

Entered: Auburn, Southeastern Louisiana, Virginia, New Mexico State

Five to watch: Indiana State, Southern Miss, Tulane, St. Mary's, Clemson


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

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