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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 TOP 25
Rk.TeamW-LLast WeekPrev.
1.Rice52-123-02
2.North Carolina51-123-03
3.Arizona State46-133-06
4.UC Irvine43-153-09
5.Vanderbilt54-133-21
6.South Carolina45-183-012
7.Texas A&M48-184-113
8.Wichita State53-194-115
9.Clemson41-213-018
10.Texas46-172-210
11.Florida State49-132-27
12.Virginia45-162-28
13.Mississippi40-233-025
14.San Diego43-180-24
15.Michigan42-173-1NR
16.Oregon State41-183-1NR
17.Coastal Carolina50-132-210
18.Arkansas43-212-211
19.Mississippi State36-203-0NR
20.UCLA33-263-0NR
21.Oklahoma State41-193-0NR
22.Louisville44-214-1NR
23.Missouri42-182-214
24.Texas Christian48-142-216
25. Cal State Fullerton36-233-0NR
Dropped Out: Arizona (17), UC Riverside (19), Creighton (20), Long Beach State (21), Charlotte (22), Rutgers (23), Pepperdine (24).
San Diego fell the farthest after being eliminated in two games. The Toreros fell 10 spots to No. 14. Seven teams entered the rankings this week. Michigan, Oregon State, Mississippi State, UCLA, Oklahoma State, Louisville and Cal State Fullerton all won their regionals and joined the Top 25

Of previously ranked teams, Mississippi and Clemson made the most significant jumps from last week. The Rebels leapt 12 spots to No. 13, and the Tigers climbed 11 places to No. 9.

The staff of Baseball America determines the Top 25 rankings. Records indicated are through games of June 5 and do not include ties.