|24.||College of Charleston||43-15||4-0||NR|
|Dropped Out: Hawaii (24), Elon (25).|
DURHAM, N.C.–The top three teams remained the same in Baseball America’s weekly Top 25 college baseball rankings, as No. 1 Rice and No. 3 Clemson buzzed through their respective conference tournaments and No. 2 Cal State Fullerton swept conference rival Long Beach State. The Owls, who remain in the top spot for the fifth consecutive week, have won 32 of their last 34 games and did not lose a weekend series all year.
Mississippi made the biggest jump of the week, climbing 10 spots to No. 7 after breezing unblemished through the Southeastern Conference tournament. Nebraska re-entered the top 10 with a strong second-place showing in the Big 12 tournament. The Cornhuskers jumped six spots to No. 9.
North Carolina and Oklahoma State plunged seven and eight spots, respectively, after going winless in their conference tourneys. The Tar Heels fell out of the top five for the first time since March 27 and out of the top 10 for the first time all year, landing at No. 11. The Cowboys dropped to 20th.
Kansas won the Big 12 tournament to break back into the top 25 after an eight-week hiatus. College of Charleston won the Southern Conference tournament to rejoin the rankings after a one-week absence.
The staff of Baseball America determines the Top 25 rankings. Records indicated are through games of May 28 and do not include ties.