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College  | Rankings  | 5/13/2024

College Top 25: May 13

Vincent Cervino      Craig Cozart     
Well, here we are folks, the last week of the regular season and what an insane week we just witnessed.  Conference tournament seeding, NCAA tournament at-large bids, hosting opportunities and national seed implications were all on the line.  So, of course, we saw 6 of the Top-10 teams lose their series this weekend, while others all but secured their postseason position.

Starting at the top, the No. 1 Tennessee Volunteers (42-10) continue to steamroll the competition with the most complete blend of offense and pitching in the nation.  The Kentucky Wildcats (37-11) won a hard fought SEC series on the road and ascended to No. 2, their highest ranking of the season.  No. 3 Arkansas (42-10) proved they aren’t going anywhere after winning a series against No. 23 Mississippi State (33-18).  Oregon State (39-12) had a perfect (4-0) week and jumped back up to No. 4 this week.  Meanwhile, the Georgia Bulldogs (38-12) remain one of the hottest clubs in the nation as they swept South Carolina (33-18) on the road and round out our Top-5 this week.



Now for the fallout; starting with Texas A&M (42-10) as they lost their second consecutive series to an unranked team and landed at No. 8 in the new poll.  The Clemson Tigers (37-13) went (1-3) after being swept by No. 7 Wake Forest (36-16) and ended up at No. 9 this week.  No. 11 Florida State (37-12) lost a road series at Pitt and No. 13 Duke (34-16) hurt their hosting chances by losing a series to Georgia Tech.  Another team doing significant damage to their hosting outlook, East Carolina (37-13), has lost 5 of their last 6 after getting swept by Tulane (29-23) and fell all the way to No. 16.  

The Oklahoma Sooners (32-17) continue to lead the Big 12 standings and reappear at No. 20 this week after sweeping Baylor (21-29).  Meanwhile Dallas Baptist (38-12) has slowly but surely righted the ship, having won 9 of their last 10 and return to No. 25 as they share the lead in the C-USA regular season standings.  
    

Rank Team Prev. Rank Week Rec. Overall Rec.
1 Tennessee 1 (3-1) (42-10)
2 Kentucky 4 (2-1) (37-11)
3 Arkansas 5 (2-1) (42-10)
4 Oregon State 8 (4-0) (39-12)
5 Georgia 11 (3-0) (38-12)
6 North Carolina 12 (4-0) (39-11)
7 Wake Forest 13 (4-0) (36-16)
8 Texas A&M 2 (2-2) (42-10)
9 Clemson 3 (1-3) (37-13)
10 UC Santa Barbara 15 (4-0) (35-12)
11 Florida State 7 (2-2) (37-12)
12 UC Irvine 17 (4-0) (38-10)
13 Duke 9 (2-2) (34-16)
14 Indiana State 14 (2-1) (36-11)
15 Virginia 10 (2-2) (37-14)
16 East Carolina 6 (0-4) (37-13)
17 San Diego 19 (4-0) (37-13)
18 Texas 18 (2-1) (32-20)
19 Oklahoma State 21 (2-0) (34-16)
20 Oklahoma NR (3-0) (32-17)
21 Alabama 22 (3-1) (32-19)
22 NC State 25 (3-1) (29-19)
23 Mississippi State 20 (1-2) (33-18)
24 UNCW 23 (3-1) (35-17)
25 Dallas Baptist NR (4-0) (38-12)

Dropped Out: South Carolina, Troy
Also Considered: Arizona, Louisiana, Nebraska, Oregon, Southern Miss