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NCBWA Releases Feb. 27 Division I Poll

FROM NCBWA RELEASE
DALLAS – For the 15th consecutive year, the NCBWA Top 30 poll representing 291 Division I baseball-playing schools is chosen by 42 national selectors from the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association.

To date, Florida has been No. 1 in all three 2012 surveys and 10 different conferences have been represented of the 30 Division I circuits having automatic bids to NCAA Regionals. The polls will continue through June 29 at the conclusion of the 2012 NCAA World Series in Omaha.

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Rank School Conference 2012 Record- Last Week Last Ranking
1 Florida Southeastern 7-1 5-0 1
2 Stanford Pacific-12 7-0 4-0 3
3 South Carolina Southeastern 6-0 3-0 2
4 Rice Conference USA 8-0 5-0 7
5 Texas A&M Big 12 6-1 3-1 4
6 North Carolina Atlantic Coast 5-1 3-0 6
7 Arkansas Southeastern 7-1 4-1 5
8 Florida State Atlantic Coast 6-1 3-1 8
9 Georgia Tech Atlantic Coast 6-2 3-1 11
10 Miami, Florida Atlantic Coast 7-0 4-0 13
11 Arizona State Pacific-12 5-1 2-1 12
12 Georgia Southeastern 7-0 4-0 17
13 Clemson Atlantic Coast 4-2 2-1 15
14 Arizona Pacific-12 5-2 3-1 18
15 Cal State Fullerton Big West 3-3 2-1 19
16 LSU Southeastern 5-2 2-2 10
17 Oklahoma Big 12 4-2 3-0 22
18 Texas Big 12 2-5 0-4 9
19 Louisville Big East 6-1 4-0 25
20 Virginia Atlantic Coast 5-1-1 4-0 26
21 TCU Mountain West 2-4 1-3 14
22 Mississippi Southeastern 5-1 4-0 28
23 Oregon Pacific-12 7-1 5-0 –
24 Oregon State Pacific-12 5-3 2-2 20
25 UCLA Pacific-12 4-3 3-1 27
26 UCF Conference USA 5-2 2-2 24
27 Baylor Big 12 6-2 3-2 29
28 California Pacific-12 4-2 1-2 23
29 Southern California Pacific-12 7-0 4-0 –
30 UC Irvine Big West 4-3 1-3 21

Others receiving votes (listed alphabetically): Akron (0-6), Alabama (3-3), Appalachian State (4-2), Boston College (4-2), Cal Poly (7-1), College of Charleston (5-1), East Carolina (5-2), Florida Atlantic (6-1), Florida International (1-5), Georgia Southern (5-2), Georgia State (5-3), Gonzaga (7-0), Liberty (8-1), Louisiana-Monroe (6-2), Maryland (5-1), Mercer (8-1), Mississippi State (6-1), Pepperdine (6-2), Purdue (5-1), Southeastern Louisiana (7-0), Southern Mississippi (4-3), Stetson (6-1), Stony Brook (4-0), Tennessee (7-0), Texas Tech (7-1), Tulane (7-1), UNC Greensboro (7-0)

Dropped Out: Vanderbilt (16), Southern Mississippi (30)

By conference: Pacific-12 8, Atlantic Coast 6, Southeastern 6, Big 12 4, Big West 2, Conference USA 2, Big East 1, Mountain West 1