Conference previews: Atlantic Sun

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Kendall Rogers        
Published: Thursday, January 31, 2013

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The college baseball season is right around the corner, and as part of our 2013 College Baseball Preview, we take an in-depth look at each conference with predicted order of finish, Preseason All-Conference teams, top prospect lists and a complete team-by-team notes/scouting packet.

ALSO SEE: 2013 College Baseball Preview index


PREDICTED ORDER OF FINISH
Overall/conference won-loss records from 2012 indicated; expectation level denoted -- College World Series= CWS, NCAA Super Regional= SR, NCAA Regional= R


No Team W L W L
1. Mercer - R
15 12 38 21
2. Florida Gulf Coast
15 12 26 31
3. Kennesaw State
15 11 34 25
4. South Carolina-Upstate 16 10 33 20
5. North Florida
12 15 31 24
6. Stetson
15 12 35 23
7. Jacksonville 7 20 18 38
8. Lipscomb 14 13 25 30
9. Northern Kentucky
X X 36 22
10. East Tennessee St.
8 19 23 32


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