NCBWA May 3 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 nine different conferences among the 302 baseball-playing schools in the 2010 NCAA Division I ranks, and there have been 15 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 Texas Big 12 38-7 1
2 Virginia Atlantic Coast 39-9 2
3 Arizona State Pacific-10 38-5 3
4 TCU Mountain West 34-9 5
5 Coastal Carolina Big South 39-6 6
6 Florida Southeastern 31-11 10
7 Georgia Tech ACC 36-9 4
8 Florida State ACC 33-11 8
9 Louisville Big East 36-7 12
10 Arkansas SEC 35-10 7
11 South Carolina SEC 34-9 13
12 Miami (Fla.) ACC 34-11 14
13 UCLA Pac-10 30-10 9
14 Oklahoma Big 12 32-12 15
15 Mississippi SEC 33-13 17
16 Cal State Fullerton Big West 27-14 16
17 LSU SEC 32-13 11
18 Virginia Tech ACC 32-14 21
19 Vanderbilt SEC 33-12 18
20 Arizona Pac-10 29-13 19
21 Oregon Pac-10 30-14 26
22 Clemson ACC 27-17 23
23 Connecticut Big East 35-9 20
24 North Carolina ACC 27-17 25
25 UC Irvine Big West 27-14 29
26 Kansas State Big 12 30-12 24
27 Rice Conference USA 26-16 28
28 Auburn SEC 30-15 NR
29 California Pac-10 26-15 NR
30 Stanford Pac-10 21-17 22

Others receiving votes (listed alphabetically): Alabama (28-17), Appalachian State (31-8-1), Charlotte (31-11), College of Charleston (33-12), East Carolina (27-18), Florida Atlantic (29-15), Florida Gulf Coast (28-15), Indiana State (29-13), James Madison (24-19), Liberty (32-12), Michigan (27-15), NC State (28-18), New Mexico (30-15), New Mexico State (35-12-1), Pittsburgh (31-11), Portland (30-9), San Diego (26-16), Southeastern Louisiana (33-13), Southern Miss (25-17), St. John’s (29-13), Stephen F. Austin (30-12), Texas State (28-14), Texas Tech (26-22), Western Kentucky (31-16).

Dropped Out: Western Kentucky (27), Oregon State (30).

By conference: ACC 7, SEC 7, Pac-10 6, Big 12 3, Big East 2, Big West 2, Big South 1, C-USA 1, MWC 1.