College Top 25: LSU to the top

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Kendall Rogers        
Published: Tuesday, May 28, 2013

 

LSU enters the NCAA postseason as the nation's top-ranked team in the Perfect Game College Top 25 after capturing the SEC tournament title over the weekend.


Both LSU and Vanderbilt, along with Cal State Fullerton, have very compelling cases for the nation's top spot entering the NCAA postseason, but for now, the Tigers get the edge with starting pitchers Aaron Nola and Ryan Eades leading the charge.


Virginia and North Carolina round out the top five, while Indiana and Oregon entered the top 10 this week at No's 8 and 9, respectively.


Elsewhere in the rankings, Virginia Tech and Kansas State continue their upward climb after solid weeks at their respective conference tournaments, while there were plenty of new entrants in this week's rankings.


Oklahoma, Rice, Florida Atlantic and Cal Poly entered this week's rankings, while drops that dropped out include Oklahoma State, Troy, Seton Hall and Ole Miss.

The Perfect Game College Top 25 is released each Monday morning during the college baseball season.



 Perfect Game College Top 25
RANK TEAM RECORD PREV.
1 Louisiana State 52-9 2
2 Vanderbilt 51-9 1
3 Cal State Fullerton 48-8 3
4 Virginia 47-10 4
5 North Carolina 52-8 5
6 Oregon State 45-10 6
7 North Carolina State 44-14 8
8 Indiana 43-14 11
9 Oregon 45-14 12
10 Florida State 44-15 7
11 UCLA 39-17 9
12 Mississippi State 43-17 13
13 Virginia Tech 38-20 15
14 Kansas State 41-17 17
15 Arkansas 37-20 18
16 Louisville 46-12 10
17 South Carolina 39-18 14
18 New Mexico 37-20 16
19 Oklahoma 40-19 NR
20 Rice 41-17 NR
21 Clemson 39-20 19
22 South Alabama 42-18 23
23 Florida Atlantic 39-20 NR
24 Arizona State 35-20 21
25 Cal Poly 39-17 NR
Dropped out: Oklahoma State (20), Troy (22), Seton Hall (24), Ole Miss (25)
Entered: Oklahoma (19), Rice (20), Florida Atlantic (23), Cal Poly (25)

Others to watch: Austin Peay, Oklahoma State, Troy, Mercer, Campbell

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