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D1Baseball Top 25 Rankings: March 28

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For the first time this season, there’s a change at the top of the D1Baseball Top 25 rankings. Preseason No. 1 Florida’s six-week reign at the top ended with a series loss at Kentucky, paving the way for Texas A&M to take over as No. 1.

The Aggies improved to 23-3 overall with a series win against then-No. 10 LSU (which fell five spots to No. 15). Texas A&M has opened the season with six straight winning weekends; the only other team in the Top 25 that has not had a losing weekend is No. 9 Florida State.

The Gators slipped one spot to No. 2, and Vanderbilt climbed two places to No. 3 after sweeping Missouri on the road. Miami and South Carolina jumped into the top five for the first time this season. The Hurricanes moved up from No. 7 after sweeping then-No. 12 Clemson, while South Carolina made the biggest leap of the week, vaulting nine spots to No. 5 after sweeping a road series against then-No. 8 Ole Miss. The Gamecocks are 6-0 in SEC play for the first time in program history, with back-to-back sweeps against ranked opponents.

Oregon State and North Carolina fell three spots apiece after losing home series, landing at No. 6 and No. 7. Louisville moved up one spot to No. 8 after taking two of three from Virginia, while FSU climbed two spots to No. 9. TCU rounds out the top 10; the Horned Frogs fell four spots to No. 10 after losing a series at Texas.

Two teams entered the Top 25 this week. UC Santa Barbara made its season debut in the rankings at No. 24 following a series win against Southern California. And Georgia Tech returned to the rankings at No. 25 after winning a road series at North Carolina. UCLA and Missouri State fell out of the Top 25 after losing series.

D1Baseball editors Aaron Fitt and Kendall Rogers determine the Top 25 rankings. Records are through games of March 27.

TeamRecord Last WeekOverall RecordPrevious Rank
1. Texas AM logo Texas A&M3-121-32
2. FloridaFlorida Gators logo2-223-31
3. VanderbiltVanderbilt University logo3-120-45
4. MiamiMiami Florida logo4-020-47
5. South CarolinaSouth Carolina logo3-023-214
6. Oregon StateOregon State logo1-316-53
7. North CarolinaUNC logo2-219-44
8. LouisvilleLouisville lgoo3-119-59
9. Florida StateFloridaState3-018-511
10. TCUTCU logo2-218-56
11. Mississippi StateMississippi State logo3-117-715
12. CaliforniaCal logo3-014-617
13. Ole Missolemiss90x901-320-58
14. ClemsonClemson1-317-612
15. LSULSUInterlocking2-216-710
16. Long Beach StateLong Beach State logo2-116-721
17. NC StateNC State logo0-216-813
18. ArkansasArkansas Razorbacks logo3-018-620
19. East CarolinaEast Carolina Pirates logo3-116-819
20. VirginiaVirginia logo2-217-816
21. Oklahoma StateOklahoma State logo4-017-722
22. Florida AtlanticFAU90X903-118-424
23. HoustonHouston Cougars logo3-116-725
24. UC Santa BarbaraUCSB logo3-118-4NR
25. Georgia TechGT logo3-118-5NR
Dropped Out
UCLA1-212-918
Missouri State2-219-423
Others Considered
Alabama2-215-8NR
BYU4-220-3NR
Kentucky3-117-6NR
Louisiana-Lafayette3-115-9NR
Tulane4-017-7NR
South Alabama3-118-6NR
Southern Miss3-119-6NR

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