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College Top 25: April 13

Louisiana State took two of three on the road against conference rival Alabama to return to the No. 1 spot in the Baseball America Top 25 rankings for the second time this season.

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College Top 25: April 6

Arizona State split with then-No. 1 Cal State Fullerton, then swept a weekend series at Washington to supplant the Titans as the top team in the new Baseball America Top 25 rankings.

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College Top 25: March 30

Cal State Fullerton won a series on the road against UC Riverside to remain at No. 1 in the Baseball America Top 25 rankings for the second consecutive week.

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College Top 25: March 23

The top of Baseball America's Top 25 Rankings has seen its first major shakeup of 2009 as Cal State Fullerton ascended to No. 1 for the first time this season, while there was plenty of other shuffling throughout the Rankings.

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College Top 25: March 9

There's a new team atop the Baseball America Top 25 rankings for the second week in a row after Texas went on the road and won a series against Stanford.

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College Top 25: March 2

There's a change atop the Baseball America Top 25 rankings for the first time this season as Louisiana State bludgeoned its way to a sweep of Central Florida and to a No. 1 ranking.

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College Top 25: Feb. 23

Preseason No. 1 Texas A&M opened the 2009 season by sweeping Wright State, allowing the Aggies to maintain their spot atop the Baseball America Top 25 Rankings.

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College Top 25: June 10

It was another great weekend for the ACC front-runners, as all three of the conference's powers won their respective Super Regionals and advanced to Omaha. Accordingly, there's little movement at the top of Baseball America's Top 25 rankings, where the top three teams remain the same, led by No. 1 Miami. The Hurricanes dropped their opener against Arizona but rallied to win the final two games of the weekend.

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College Top 25: June 3

It was a banner weekend for the favorites, as all eight national seeds won regionals and 13 of 16 No. 1 seeds advanced. Accordingly, there's little movement at the top of Baseball America's Top 25 rankings, where the first five teams remain the same, led by No. 1 Miami. The Hurricanes went 3-0 in a challenging regional to set up a super-regional showdown against Arizona.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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