College Top 25: May 14

DURHAM, N.C.–For the seventh week in a row, Vanderbilt held onto the No. 1 spot in Baseball America’s Top 25 rankings. The Commodores are fresh off a road series win against Auburn and have won 11 of their last 13 games.

Dropped Out: UCLA (21), Mississippi (24).

COLLEGE TOP 25
Rk. Team W-L Last Week Prev.
1. Vanderbilt 43-10 2-1 1
2. Rice 41-11 4-0 4
3. Florida State 43-9 1-2 2
4. North Carolina 41-11 4-1 5
5. San Diego 41-15 3-1 6
6. Virginia 39-12 1-2 3
7. Texas 39-14 1-0 7
8. Arizona State 37-12 3-0 10
9. Texas A&M 40-12 2-1 11
10. Arkansas 37-16 1-2 8
11. South Carolina 38-15 3-1 12
12. UC Irvine 34-14 3-1 13
13. Wichita State 43-15 2-2 9
14. Arizona 36-12 1-1 14
15. Clemson 34-18 3-2 18
16. Oklahoma State 37-13 3-0 19
17. Coastal Carolina 41-10 3-1 20
18. Long Beach State 34-14 4-0 22
19. Missouri 35-14 2-1 NR
20. Texas Christian 40-11 3-0 23
21. UC Riverside 33-17 3-0 25
22. Oregon State 36-13 1-2 15
23. St. John’s 36-14 4-1 NR
24. Michigan 36-13 2-3 16
25. Pepperdine 32-19 1-3 17
Dropped out: UCLA (21), Mississippi (24).

Florida State dropped a spot to No. 3 after losing its first weekend series of the year, while San Diego jumped Virginia to take the No. 5 spot. The Toreros had won 13 straight before dropping their weekend finale to Santa Clara.

Oregon State continued to falter, dropping seven spots from No. 15 to No. 22, after losing two out of three to Washington State.

Missouri returned to the rankings this week at No. 19, and St. John’s made its first appearance of the season at No. 23. Michigan and Pepperdine fell the farthest, eight spots, to Nos. 24 and 25, respectively. UCLA and Mississippi both dropped out of the rankings after losing conference series.

The staff of Baseball America determines the Top 25 rankings. Records indicated are through games of May 13 and do not include ties.

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