Baseball America

Browse Articles

College Top 25: May 26

After a one-week hiatus from the top spot in Baseball America's Top 25 rankings, Miami won the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament for the first time and returns to the No. 1 perch.

College | #2008#Top 25

College Top 25: May 19

There's a new team atop the Baseball America Top 25 Rankings, as North Carolina went on the road and defeated then-No.1 Miami to move up to the top spot, ending the Hurricanes' six-week run on top of the Rankings.

College | #2008#Top 25

College Top 25: May 12

Miami won a series on the road against Virginia Tech to remain at No. 1. in the Baseball America Top 25 Rankings. The Hurricanes have yet to lose a weekend series this season and have been No. 1 for six straight weeks. The Top 5 in the Rankings remained status quo as each team won its weekend series, including No. 5 Nebraska's series win over No. 9 Texas A&M in what was one of the best series of the season.

College | #2008#Top 25

College Top 25: May 5

Miami swept St. Mary's to improve its record to 39-5 and remain atop the Baseball America Top 25 Rankings for the fifth straight week. Arizona State won its series on the road against Pac-10 opponent UCLA to move up to the No. 3 spot. The Sun Devils were followed by Florida State, winner of a pair of games on the road against Clemson, and Nebraska, who swept Louisiana-Lafayette, at the Nos. 4 and 5 spots. Stanford lost a pair of midweek games against Santa Clara and UC Davis to slip to No. 6.

College | #2008#Top 25

Aggies Keep Climbing

Miami swept conference foe Virginia to remain on top of the Baseball America Top 25 rankings for the fourth consecutive week, but there was plenty of shuffling elsewhere in the new rankings. A pair of Big 12 teams made big moves to break into the Top 10 this week. Oklahoma State swept its weekend series with Kansas to move up to No. 9, and Texas A&M swept then-No. 4 Missouri, giving the Aggies wins in 20 of their last 21 games, to move up from No. 18 to No. 10.

College | #2008#Top 25

More Honors For Miami

Miami cemented its No. 1 spot in the new Baseball America Top 25 Rankings as the Hurricanes went on the road and defeated No. 3 Florida State in one of the most anticipated series of the year.

College | #2008#Top 25

College Top 25: April 14

Miami swept a somber Georgia Tech squad to maintain its spot atop the Baseball America Top 25 Rankings. The first four sports in the rankings remain unchanged, as Miami, Arizona State, Florida State, and North Carolina all won conference series on the road. Arizona State won two of three against Washington State, while Florida State and North Carolina swept Boston College and Clemson, respectively.

College | #2008#Top 25

College Top 25: March 24

Arizona State, which notched a pair of wins over Top 10 opponents, remains on top of the Baseball America Top 25 Rankings, but there was plenty of movement elsewhere as three teams moved up in the top five.

College | #2008#Top 25

College Top 25: March 10

Arizona remains No. 1 in Baseball America's Top 25 college baseball rankings, with cross-state rival Arizona State meeting the Wildcats near the top of the charts at No. 2.

College | #2008#Top 25

College Top 25: March 3

Arizona remains No. 1 in Baseball America's college Top 25 rankings, but Grand Canyon State rival Arizona State continues to creep up on the top spot.

College | #2008#Top 25

College Top 25: Feb. 25

Arizona won a series on the road to open the 2008 season and vaulted over fellow Pacific-10 Conference team UCLA into the top spot in Baseball America's college Top 25 rankings.

College | #2008#Top 25

Preseason College Top 25

The Pacific-10 Conference could be in for a banner year in 2008. Four Pac-10 teams grace the top 10 in Baseball America's preseason rankings, led by No. 1 UCLA and No. 2 Arizona.

College | #2008#Top 25

College Top 25: June 27

For the second year in a row, Oregon State finished the season on top of the college baseball world and on top of Baseball America's final Top 25 rankings. The Beavers, who had reached No. 4 in the rankings in late March but entered the NCAA tournament unranked, vaulted five spots to No. 1 after winning their final 10 postseason games—the last four by six runs or more.

College | #2007#Top 25

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 | #2007#Top 25

College Top 25: June 5

After nine weeks at No. 1, Vanderbilt was knocked out of the Nashville regional by Michigan and dropped four spots to No. 5. Michigan jumped back into the rankings at No. 15, while preseason No. 1 Rice regained the top spot.

College | #2007#Top 25

College Top 25: May 28

For the ninth week in a row, Vanderbilt held onto the No. 1 spot in Baseball America's Top 25 rankings. The Commodores enter the NCAA Tournament with the nation's top ranking after winning the Southeastern Conference tournament.

College | #2007#Top 25