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Baseball America College Top 25
Presented by DeMarini Sports

March 27, 2006

Chat Wrap: Will Kimmey talked college baseball
Top 25 Tracker
Three Strikes: Quick impressions on the weekend in college baseball
Last Week's Top 25

Team

W-L

Last Week

Previous

1. Mississippi State 19-1 4-1 1
2. Cal State Fullerton 20-7 3-1 4
3. Georgia Tech 20-4 2-1 5
4. Florida State 25-2 4-0 6
5. South Carolina 22-3 5-0 7
6. Rice 20-8 2-2 2
7. North Carolina 20-5 3-2 3
8. Nebraska 17-3 2-1 8
9. Clemson 16-6 5-0 10
10. Texas 19-10 4-0 18
11. Tulane 17-9 3-1 14
12. Oregon State 15-7 3-0 16
13. Arkansas 20-5 3-2 11
14. Arizona State 21-7 3-0 19
15. Florida 17-11 0-4 9
16. Louisiana State 19-7 2-2 15
17. Wichita State 21-5 1-2 13
18. Oklahoma 20-6 2-1 23
19. Pepperdine 18-11 4-0 21
20. Kentucky 20-5 4-1 NR
21. Tennessee 17-7 3-2 12
22. Georgia 17-5 3-1 25
23. Virginia 22-5 3-1 24
24. Winthrop 21-5 3-0 NR
25. Miami 23-7 2-1 NR
Dropped Out: Stanford (17), North Carolina State (20), Baylor (22).

DURHAM, N.C.--Mississippi State lost its first game of the season but remained atop Baseball America's weekly college baseball rankings. The 19-1 Bulldogs have held the No. 1 spot for two weeks.

Florida State and South Carolina moved into the Top 5 for the first time this season. The Seminoles are 25-2 and ranked fourth, while the Gamecocks are ranked fifth at 22-3 after a three-game sweep of Florida. The Gators slid to No. 15 following their fourth straight loss.

Texas beat Rice for the third time this year and then swept Oklahoma State for its 10th win in 12 games to move back into the Top 10. The Longhorns were the preseason No. 1 team.

Kentucky is 4-2 in the Southeastern Conference, its best league start since 1996, and 20-5 overall as it checks in at No. 20. It marks the first ranking for the Wildcats since March 2000. Winthrop, winner of six straight games, moves back into the rankings at No. 24. Miami, which has won 17 of 18 since starting the year 6-6, makes its 2006 debut at No. 25.

The staff of Baseball America determines the Top 25 rankings. Records indicated are through games of March 26 and do not include ties.


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