NCBWA Mar. 8 Division I Poll

FROM CBB NEWS SOURCE

DALLAS – The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association continues its tradition of NCAA Division I polls for the 13th year with its 2010 weekly surveys. Weekly polls will be circulated from Feb. 22-June 29 following the 64th annual NCAA World Series in Omaha, Neb., and final CWS competition at historic Rosenblatt Stadium.

The poll voters come from 40 college baseball writers and related media persons from throughout the nation. This week’s poll has representation by 10 different conferences among the 302 baseball-playing schools in the 2010 NCAA Division I ranks, and there have been 12 circuits in the surveys this season. Last year there were 17 different leagues (from 30 in NCAA Division I) among the Top 30 polls. For more information or to
join the NCBWA, please go to www.ncbwa.com.

Rank School Conference Overall Record Previous Rank
1 LSU Southeastern 11-0 1
2 Florida State Atlantic Coast 10-0 3
3 Arizona State Pacific-10 11-0 4
4 Virginia ACC 9-2 2
5 Georgia Tech ACC 10-1 7
6 Texas Big 12 8-3 6
7 Florida SEC 7-2 5
8 TCU Mountain West 8-2 8
9 Clemson ACC 9-1 9
10 Louisville Big East 11-0 11
11 North Carolina ACC 10-1 12
12 Coastal Carolina Big South 10-1 13
13 Miami (Fla.) 7-3 10
14 Arkansas SEC 8-2 15
15 Rice Conference USA 7-5 16
16 UCLA Pac-10 9-0 20
17 East Carolina C-USA 7-3 19
18 Oregon State Pac-10 7-3 18
19 Oklahoma Big 12 11-1 22
20 Mississippi SEC 9-2 21
21 Vanderbilt SEC 10-1 25
22 UC Irvine Big West 6-5 14
23 Ohio State Big Ten 8-2 23
24 Kentucky SEC 9-1 27
25 Stanford Pac-10 7-4 26
26 Cal State Fullerton Big West 4-6 17
27 Alabama SEC 8-1 28
28 South Carolina SEC 6-4 24
29 Texas A&M Big 12 9-2 NR
30 NC State ACC 10-1 NR

Others receiving votes (listed alphabetically): Appalachian State (9-0), Auburn (9-2), Belmont (10-1), College of Charleston (9-3), Connecticut (5-1), East Tennessee State (8-2), Florida (8-2), Georgia (6-6), Houston (5-5), Kansas (7-3), Kansas State (9-2), Lamar (9-2), Liberty (9-0), Mississippi State (8-3), New Mexico (8-4), Oregon (9-5), Southeastern Louisiana (11-1), Southern Mississippi (7-4), St. John’s (7-2), Washington State (9-1), Western Carolina (8-2), Western Kentucky (8-3), Wichita State (7-1).

Dropped Out: Georgia (29), St. John’s (30).

By conference: SEC 8, ACC 7, Pac-10 4, Big 12 3, Big West 2, C-USA 2,
Big East 1, Big South 1, Big Ten 1, MWC 1.

  • formerlyanonymous

    Ohio State being ranked is a joke!