|10.||Cal State Fullerton||7-2||2-1||12|
|Dropped Out: Tennessee (20)|
North Carolina ascended to the top spot in Baseball America’s Top 25 rankings after dominating in a three-game sweep of Seton Hall. Previous No. 1 Clemson dropped a game to George Mason and fell to No. 2.
Vanderbilt continued its rise in the rankings, seizing the No. 3 spot from South Carolina after another impressive weekend, sweeping Ohio.
Miami and Tennessee suffered the biggest falls of the week. The Hurricanes dropped six spots to No. 11 after dropping two of three against Florida, the second series loss of the season for Miami. Tennessee dropped from No. 20 out of the rankings after splitting with Bethune-Cookman. The Volunteers are struggling without injured All-American outfielder Julio Borbon, and they sit just 3-5.
Pepperdine was the biggest climber of the week, jumping three spots to No. 20 after winning a midweek game against Southern California and taking two of three against then-No. 11 Wichita State. Mississippi rejoined the rankings at No. 24 after winning a series against Evansville, which fell four spots to No. 25.
The staff of Baseball America determines the Top 25 rankings. Records indicated are through games of February 18 and do not include ties.