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Baseball America College Top 25
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March 13, 2006

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Last Week's Top 25

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1. Georgia Tech 16-1 3-1 1
2. Clemson 10-3 3-1 2
3. Rice 15-5 2-2 3
4. North Carolina 13-2 3-1 4
5. Tennessee 13-2 2-0 5
6. Mississippi State 11-0 5-0 6
7. Cal State Fullerton 14-6 4-0 7
8. Florida State 18-1 4-0 8
9. South Carolina 13-2 4-0 9
10. Arkansas 16-1 3-0 10
11. Louisiana State 16-3 3-1 13
12. Nebraska 11-2 3-0 14
13. Oregon State 11-5 2-1 11
14. Tulane 12-6 2-2 12
15. Florida 14-6 5-0 15
16. Arizona State 17-5 3-0 17
17. Stanford 11-7 1-2 16
18. Texas 13-9 3-1 21
19. Washington 15-5 3-1 NR
20. Georgia 11-2 4-0 NR
21. Pepperdine 12-10 3-1 23
22. Baylor 12-4 3-1 NR
23. Wichita State 17-2 4-0 NR
24. Oklahoma 16-4 4-0 NR
25. Kansas 15-6 2-2 25
Missouri (18), Mississippi (19), Texas A&M (20),
Long Beach State (22), Cal Poly (24)

DURHAM, N.C.--Georgia Tech lost its first game of the season, but at 16-1 maintained its spot atop Baseball America's weekly college baseball rankings. The next nine teams in the rankings all held on to their spots as well.

The bottom of the rankings saw much more change, with five teams checking into the Top 25 for the first time this season. Washington and Georgia start in the Top 20. Both clubs opened 2005 ranked before falling shy of expectations. Baylor, Wichita State and Oklahoma enter in spots 22, 23 and 24. Baylor ended 2005 ranked No. 4. Wichita State and Oklahoma each were last ranked during the 2004 season.

The staff of Baseball America determines the Top 25 rankings. Records indicated are through games of March 12 and do not include ties.


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