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2018 College Baseball Rankings Top 25 (Feb. 19)



Florida swept Siena to open the season and remains atop the Baseball America Top 25, powered by Louisville Slugger.

The Gators, the defending national champions, outscored the Saints 36-5 on the weekend. It was the most runs Florida has scored in a three-game series since 2015.

The top 10 remains unchanged after all 10 teams posted winning weekends. The top five teams - Florida, Oregon State, Florida State, Arkansas and Texas Tech - went a combined 16-0 on Opening Weekend.

Connecticut is the lone team to enter the Top 25 this week. The Huskies used a winning weekend in the Atlanta Challenge to return to the Top 25 for the first time since 2011's final rankings.

Mississippi State fell out after getting swept at Southern Mississippi.

The Southeastern Conference leads all conferences with seven teams in the Top 25. The Atlantic Coast Conference follows with five representatives.

The staff of Baseball America determines the Top 25 rankings. Records indicated are through Feb. 18 and do not include ties.

Team | Last Week | Previous Rk.
1. Florida | 3-0 | 1

2. Oregon State | 3-0 | 2

3. Florida State | 3-0 | 3

4. Arkansas | 3-0 | 4

5. Texas Tech | 4-0 | 5

6. North Carolina| 2-1 | 6

7. TCU | 2-1 | 7

8. Kentucky | 4-0 | 8

9. Stanford | 3-0 | 9

10. Texas A&M | 3-0 | 10

11. Clemson | 3-0 | 12

12. UCLA | 3-0 | 13

13. Cal State Fullerton | 0-3 11

14. Texas | 2-1 | 14

15. Virginia | 2-1 | 15

16. Mississippi | 3-0 | 16

17. Southern Miss | 3-0 | 21

18. Vanderbilt | 2-1 | 18

19. Louisville | 3-0 | 19

20. Indiana | 2-1 | 20

21. South Alabama | 3-1 | 24

22. LSU | 1-2 | 17

23. St. John’s | 3-0 | 25

24. UCF | 1-2 | 22

25. Connecticut | 2-1 | NR

Dropping Out: Mississippi State (23)

Kevin Parada Billmitchell

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