College Baseball: Miami Hurricanes Storm into Top Spot
The Miami Hurricanes moved into first place this week after a weekend sweep of Clemson.
The Hurricanes have won 13 times in a row, and Arizona State dropped to No. 2 after losing its first weekend series to then-No. 13 Stanford.
Florida State moved up three sports to No. 3 after sweeping then-No. 14 Virginia, and North Carolina dropped one spot despite winning its weekend series against Georgia Tech.
Cal moved up to No. 5 after winning their weekend series against Oregon State.
Nebraska jumped up five spots this week after sweeping Texas Tech, and UC-Irvine dropped two spots to No. 7 after dropping their weekend series against then-No. 25 Cal State Fullerton.
Missouri dropped four spots after losing their weekend series against Oklahoma State, followed by Wichita State at No. 9.
Stanford moved up three spots to round out the top 10 after their weekend series win over then-No. 1 Arizona State.
Rice, Texas, and San Diego all moved up four spots after winning their weekend series.
Georgia made their season debut at No. 14 after sweeping Clemson in mid-week play, and then-No. 9 South Carolina in SEC action. South Carolina dropped six spots to No. 15.
Cal State Fullerton made a nine spot jump after winning their weekend series at then-No. 5 UC-Irvine, and Kentucky moved up four spots to No. 17 after winning their SEC weekend series against Auburn.
Ole Miss returned to the top 25 with a weekend sweep of then-No. 8 Vanderbilt. Vanderbilt dropped 11 spots to No. 19.
Long Beach State also had a big fall, dropping 10 spots to No. 20 after losing their weekend series at UC Riverside.
Oklahoma State returned to the top 25 after winning their weekend series against then-No. 4 Missouri. UNC Wilmington dropped two spots to No. 21 after winning, losing, and tying this weekend at Northeastern.
Michigan dropped one spot despite winning their weekend series at Penn State. Coastal Carolina remained at No. 24 while Florida dropped six spots to No. 25 after losing their weekend series at Tennessee.
Virginia (previously No. 14), Arizona (previously No. 18), and UCLA (previously No. 23) all dropped out of this week’s top 25 after losing their weekend series.
Around the SEC
Alabama @ LSU: The Tigers won the first game on Saturday that was resumed from Friday night.
Alabama bounced back to win game two of the double-header after the LSU Spring Football Game. LSU bounced back to win Sunday, clinching the series.
Auburn @ Arkansas: Auburn won the only SEC game able to be played on Friday night. Rain delayed all others.
Arkansas bounced back to win Saturday, but Auburn won the rubber match to take the series. Arkansas remains winless in SEC series this season.
Florida @ Tennessee: The Volunteers took both games Saturday in Knoxville, but the Gators bounced back to prevent the sweep on Sunday.
South Carolina @ Georgia: Georgia swept South Carolina to take over first place in the SEC East. Georgia is the only SEC team to have won all their weekend series.
Mississippi State @ Kentucky: State won game one, but Kentucky bounced back to win the next two and the series. Mississippi State also remains winless in SEC series this season.
Vanderbilt @ Ole Miss: Ole Miss answered a five-game losing streak with a five-game win streak, including a weekend sweep of Vanderbilt. Ole Miss remains in first place in the SEC West.
1. Georgia (9-3)
2. Florida (8-4)
3. Kentucky (7-5)
5. South Carolina (6-6)
6. Vanderbilt (5-6)
1. Ole Miss (7-5)
2. Auburn (6-6)
3. LSU (5-7)
5. Arkansas (3-8)
6. Miss. State (3-9)
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