College Top 25: June 12

The three remaining national seeds in the NCAA tournament all won their super-regionals, and all three held onto their spots atop the Baseball America Top 25 rankings. Preseason No. 1 Rice enters the College World Series as the nation’s No. 1 team.

COLLEGE TOP 25
Rk. Team W-L Last Week Prev.
1. Rice 54-12 2-0 1
2. North Carolina 53-13 2-1 2
3. Arizona State 48-13 2-0 3
4. UC Irvine 45-15 2-0 4
5. Vanderbilt 54-13 0-0 5
6. Oregon State 43-18 2-0 16
7. Mississippi State 38-20 2-0 19
8. Louisville 46-22 2-1 22
9. Cal State Fullerton 38-23 2-0 25
10. South Carolina 46-20 1-2 6
11. Texas 46-17 0-0 10
12. Texas A&M 48-20 0-2 7
13. Wichita State 53-21 0-2 8
14. Florida State 49-13 0-0 11
15. Clemson 41-23 0-2 9
16. Virginia 45-16 0-0 12
17. Mississippi 40-25 0-2 13
18. San Diego 43-18 0-0 14
19. Michigan 42-19 0-2 15
20. Coastal Carolina 50-13 0-0 17
21. Arkansas 43-21 0-0 18
22. UCLA 33-28 0-2 20
23. Oklahoma State 42-21 1-2 21
24. Missouri 42-18 0-0 23
25. Texas Christian 48-14 0-0 24
Dropped Out: None.

Oregon State, Mississippi State, Louisville and Cal State Fullerton vaulted up the rankings into the top 10 after winning their super-regionals. The Titans made the biggest move, leaping 16 spots after sweeping UCLA. The Beavers head to Omaha ranked sixth, their lowest pre-CWS ranking in the last three years; they carried a No. 3 ranking into the World Series in 2005, and a No. 4 ranking in 2006.

The staff of Baseball America determines the Top 25 rankings. Records indicated are through games of June 11 and do not include ties.

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