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College  | Rankings  | 3/22/2021

College Top 25: March 22

Vincent Cervino     
Photo: Jack Leiter (Vanderbilt Athletics)
College Player Report Database
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2021 is sure shaping up to be the college season of chaos as we have another team ascend to number one in the land as we congratulate the Vanderbilt Commodores. They took two of three from South Carolina but have stood out all season long thanks to their dynamic pitching staff; on a side note, congrats to Vanderbilt’s Jack Leiter on his 16-strikeout no-hitter on Saturday. The offense has been impressive too, answering any questions about potential holes on the roster as Vanderbilt looks the part as the most complete team in the country.



The remaining members of the top-5 are unchanged in terms of teams, as following Vanderbilt is Mississippi State, Arkansas, Florida, and Ole Miss in that order. Mississippi State had an impressive series win over LSU, while Arkansas rebounded from a bad game one, and midweek, loss to take the series against Alabama. Florida and Ole Miss both swept their teams in the opening weekend of SEC play as all teams look poised for interesting matchups as the season goes on.

One of the biggest stories of the weekend was Florida State going down to Coral Gables and sweeping Miami with a final run differential of 34-2. The Seminoles have been hot following some scuffles in the early season and they rejoin the rankings at No. 18. The rest of the newcomers include Pittsburgh at No. 16, Louisiana Tech at No. 21, and Indiana State at No. 23. Pittsburgh leads their side of the ACC and has yet to lose a conference series while Louisiana Tech battled Arkansas very tough last weekend and finished the week 4-0 with a drubbing of Ole Miss in the midweek and a sweep of Tulane over the weekend. Indiana State has one of the more impressive early-season resumes for a mid-major and they won their weekend series against UAB.


Rank Prev. Team Week Overall
1 2 Vanderbilt (3-1) (15-3)
2 3 Mississippi State (3-1) (16-4)
3 1 Arkansas (2-2) (14-3)
4 4 Florida (3-1) (16-5)
5 5 Ole Miss (3-1) (16-4)
6 7 Louisville (3-1) (14-5)
7 8 Texas Tech (3-1) (16-4)
8 9 East Carolina (3-1) (16-3)
9 10 Indiana (2-1) (9-2)
10 15 Texas (3-1) (14-6)
11 14 Georgia Tech (2-1) (11-6)
12 16 Michigan (2-1) (9-2)
13 17 Oregon (2-1) (10-4)
14 18 Notre Dame (2-1) (9-3)
15 19 Tennessee (3-1) (16-4)
16 20 UCLA (2-1) (11-6)
17 NR Pittsburgh (2-0) (11-4)
18 13 LSU (2-2) (16-5)
19 NR Florida State (4-0) (10-6)
20 23 TCU (3-1) (13-7)
21 NR Louisiana Tech (4-0) (13-5)
22 22 North Carolina (2-2) (12-6)
23 NR Indiana State (2-1) (11-6)
24 6 Miami (1-3) (9-7)
25 12 Arizona (2-2) (13-6)

Also considered: Coastal Carolina, Oregon State, Liberty, Stanford, San Diego State
Dropped out: #12 Arizona State, #21 South Carolina, #24 Oklahoma State, #25 Boston College