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Arkansas completed an undefeated run to the SEC tournament title, keeping the Hogs atop the D1Baseball Top 25 for the eighth straight week. Arkansas has won all 15 of its weekends this year, counting the conference tournament, and heads into the NCAA tournament as the SEC regular-season and tourney champion, and the No. 1 national seed.

SEC East champion Tennessee climbed two spots to No. 2 after a run to the conference title game, moving Texas and Vanderbilt down one spot apiece to 3 and 4, respectively. Pac-12 champion Arizona and ACC regular-season champ Notre Dame moved up one spot apiece to Nos. 5 and 6. Stanford moved up two spots to No. 7 after taking a series from Oregon State, giving the Cardinal series wins against all five of the other regional teams from the Pac this year.

TCU made the one of the week’s biggest moves, vaulting seven spots to No. 8 after winning the Big 12 tournament championship. The Frogs had tied for the best record in the league in the regular season. Texas Tech fell four spots to No. 9 following a 1-2 showing in Oklahoma City. Oregon, the Pac-12 runner-up, held steady at No. 10.

Old Dominion made the biggest jump of the week, up nine spots from No. 24 to No. 15 after an unbeaten run to the C-USA title. The Monarchs earned the No. 11 national seed in the NCAA tournament.

Three teams joined the rankings this week. UCLA jumped back into the rankings at No. 21 after wrapping up an 18-12 campaign in the Pac-12. Duke returned to the rankings for the first time since Week Two, checking in at No. 25 after an unbeaten run to its first-ever ACC tournament title, extending its winning streak to 12 games. And Oklahoma State returned to the rankings at No. 24 after reaching the Big 12 tourney finals.

D1Baseball editors and national writers determine the Top 25 rankings.

RankTeamOverall RecordRecord Last WeekPrevious Rank
1Arkansas46-104-01
2Tennessee45-163-24
3Texas42-152-22
4Vanderbilt40-151-23
5Arizona40-152-16
6Notre Dame30-111-17
7Stanford33-142-19
8TCU40-174-115
9Texas Tech36-151-25
10Oregon37-142-110
11Mississippi State40-150-28
12East Carolina41-153-211
13Ole Miss41-193-212
14Florida38-203-113
15Old Dominion42-144-024
16NC State30-172-216
17UC Irvine40-164-017
18Louisiana Tech40-184-218
19Nebraska31-122-120
20Southern Miss37-192-219
21UCLA35-183-0NR
22Duke32-204-0NR
23Oklahoma State35-17-13-1NR
24Maryland28-162-125
25Gonzaga33-171-214
Dropped Out
Arizona State32-200-321
Charlotte39-190-222
Florida State30-221-123
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Tanner
13 days ago

Go Frogs

Ronnie Fulton
Ronnie Fulton
13 days ago

Not that it matters…a team with second best regular season record in the best conference in college baseball, goes two and out in a meaningless conference tournament and falls to 11th, while a team wins a below average conference (this year) title, while refusing to schedule mid-week games to save pitching for the weekend, moves up to #6.

I’m not saying Notre Dame doesn’t deserve #6…just make them earn it. Biggest surprise..you don’t still have Louisville in the Top 25…did the water get too heavy?

Last edited 13 days ago by Ronnie Fulton
Steven
Steven
13 days ago
Reply to  Ronnie Fulton

D1Baseball’s love fest for a Notre Dame team that has such a weak strength of schedule is definitely odd.

Brandon Wright
Brandon Wright
13 days ago
Reply to  Ronnie Fulton

Luckily, State is set up to prove it on the field vs Notre Dame, assuming both get there.

Ronnie Fulton
Ronnie Fulton
13 days ago
Reply to  Brandon Wright

Yep…as it should be. I’ll be pulling for Notre Dame. One of my all time favorite Regionals was when Notre Dame came to Starkville about 20 years ago…great series.

BrunoVFL
BrunoVFL
13 days ago
Reply to  Ronnie Fulton

I think you mistakenly assumed the conference tourney meant nothing…..seems to me that it did.

John
John
12 days ago
Reply to  Ronnie Fulton

The best conference? I didnt know the Pac12 had a conf tourney? News to me.

David Geissinger
12 days ago
Reply to  John

Hope you are joking. PAC 12 is very good but SEC dominates statistically against all conferences.

Jon
Jon
12 days ago

He’s not joking.. He’s just a conspiracy theory believer.. Oh, and an idiot..

John
John
11 days ago
Reply to  Jon

Speaking of conspiracies, to you SEC fans, Trump won in a landslide! Wait until the softball CWS starts today. The last 2/11 SEC teams that made it to OKC will two and que. Marketing doesnt win championships – winning games does.

Donald Peterson
Donald Peterson
11 days ago
Reply to  John

Why do you always bring up softball? Isn’t there a D1 softball site you can go on and rant on about…oh, wait…there isn’t one…. Why? because nobody cares about softball! Except for Arizona that is….they’ve got some pretty cute little blondes on those teams as I recall

Sutpens 100
Sutpens 100
11 days ago
Allen Harris
Allen Harris
6 days ago
Reply to  John

Oh look honey, a moron.

Keith Deem
Keith Deem
22 hours ago
Reply to  Ronnie Fulton

Yepper. Louisville done real good. Didn’t they?

Wes
Wes
13 days ago

I am probably guilty as well, but man, College Baseball fans do like picking and choosing which series and games they think were meaningful. Usually, bad performances don’t matter, “oh, the tourney doesn’t count,” or, “look how hot this team was during the tourney,” or, “oh that one series doesn’t count,” or, “that one series is all that matters.” Kind of funny.

Ronnie Fulton
Ronnie Fulton
13 days ago
Reply to  Wes

Agree…we all have a little bias when talking about our favorite team.

I’m a proponent of playing more regular season games and doing away with conference tournaments…especially when some teams are left out.

Keith Deem
Keith Deem
2 days ago
Reply to  Ronnie Fulton

Conference tournaments is a sport like basketball are significant. In that sport, there can be little denying that emotional momentum is a factor. In baseball, it is a shallow effort to help conferences with tournaments get more teams into the field–as if the SEC and ACC need anymore since they already have a third of the teams in the country in their conferences. Not only should conference tournaments be eliminated, the conferences should be limited to 12 schools per conference in relative geographical proximity. West Virginia and Maryland would fit nicely into the ACC. Louisville, Notre Dame, Boston College, Syracuse, Pittsburgh? Louisville fits into Conference USA, the other 4 belong in the Big East. The whole super conference concept is absurd except for the network shareholders football television contracts.

Keith Deem
Keith Deem
2 days ago
Reply to  Keith Deem

Missouri, Nebraska, and Texas A&M all belong back in the Big-12.

Mike W.
13 days ago

It seems the interest and excitement this year in college baseball is at the highest level it’s ever been. It’s time to put the rankings aside because now it’ll all play out on the field. There will invariably be upsets and surprises as there are every year, but let the games begin! Can’t wait for Friday to arrive.

Donald Peterson
Donald Peterson
13 days ago
Reply to  Mike W.

Yes, because there are some people on these forums who are really unpleasant w/ their close minded opinions…can’t even have a discussion w/ them at times.

HookC
HookC
13 days ago

Hope it was hard to leave UConn out of the top 25. I can’t see how Maryland belongs over them. Arguably belong over the Zags too. UConn won their conference regular season and tournament and went 29-7 over their last 36 games (and didn’t have a 100% Kyler Fedko in the games before that…he was on the bench for a number of the early losses, as was Chris Winkle). I get that there are lots of deserving teams and this is a tough task, but UConn earned a ranking in this poll.

Jon
Jon
13 days ago
Reply to  HookC

Rankings mean absolutely nothing now

HookC
HookC
13 days ago
Reply to  Jon

I get your point, but excluding RPI, rankings mean absolutely nothing to winning in year championships ever…it’s always opinion fluff in that regard. However, rankings do matter to recruiting and program interest, particularly for a northern school that has come a long way but is still growing interest in a market/region dominated by professional baseball. I think the D1 guys very much get that, and put a lot of thought into these rankings in part for that reason. Lots of good teams and tough decisions though. D1 has always been fair, I think, with UConn and other northern teams. Just good to have a place where we can debate the 23rd through 27th ranked college baseball teams.

Jon
Jon
13 days ago
Reply to  HookC

All true but now they’re in the tournament.. So basically every team is #1 AND #64 simultaneously.. Until next Tuesday..

Keith Deem
Keith Deem
2 days ago
Reply to  HookC

The more the NCAA tries to help the north become competitive, the more the SEC reaps the benefits. All the rule changes designed to help the Big-10 and Big East have only made the SEC into the super power it is today.

BrunoVFL
BrunoVFL
13 days ago

1-32-48-64…..when your 2 seed is supposed to be near #32 but you get #20 in the nation, the comittee has failed. Maybe you are the 3 seed and get 3 teams ranked top 36 (AP), the comittee has failed. Those top 4 are suppose to be protected before demographics take over. Winning is the cure, tix sold out quick, GBO Go Vols!!

Last edited 13 days ago by BrunoVFL
Jon
Jon
13 days ago
Reply to  BrunoVFL

Waah.. Waah.. Waah..

John
John
12 days ago
Reply to  BrunoVFL

This post is literally nonsense

Ken Hood
Ken Hood
10 days ago
Reply to  BrunoVFL

committee

Allen Harris
Allen Harris
6 days ago
Reply to  BrunoVFL

Things going to good for you there Rocky Top? Just need something to cry about?

Keith Deem
Keith Deem
2 days ago
Reply to  BrunoVFL

And there is the mind set of the south … as long as it is the SEC that has the four best teams. Years ago, when the PAC-12 had all the best teams, it was the bumpkins of the SEC that hollered and cried and ranted that it just ain’t fair.

Keith Deem
Keith Deem
2 days ago
Reply to  Keith Deem

As a Louisiana man, I must say that I agree with Rhett Butler. Only now that the cotton and slaves are all gone with the wind, all we have left is arrogance.

Rvster
Rvster
10 days ago

It seems like the D1 staff was so pissed at the committee not including ND as a Regional host that they punished Tech in the rankings. How petty. I thought you guys were beyond that. (D1 rankings came out after selection day).

Keith Deem
Keith Deem
2 days ago
Reply to  Rvster

It wus them thar rankings that done em’ in on the home field and hallowed grounds of Lubbock. Them fellers from the left coast done come in an whupped em’ 24-3 in two games. It was all cause them rankins rurn’d their confidence. The D1 staff punished poor ole tech. Didn’t have nothin’ to do with them fellers from Californy being better, cause everbody in Texas knows Tech wus the better team until the D1 staff destroyed their confidence. Reminds me of the time them Oregon fellers came in an whupped em’ a couple of years ago. It just ain’t right.

John
John
10 days ago

Anyone here still question my comments about Arkansas having no pitching? Theyre on their 3rd pitcher in the 3rd inning against that powerhouse New Jersey Institute of Tech. SEC SEC SEC.

John
John
10 days ago
Reply to  John

Tennessee is losing to Wright State in the 9th – the powerhouse Wright State. SEC SEC SEC. That beast of a conference

Ken Hood
Ken Hood
10 days ago
Reply to  John

Hey John, care to follow up on the last comment? Come on, we’re waiting for your expert analysis!

Ken Hood
Ken Hood
10 days ago
Reply to  Ken Hood

Tennessee won 9-8 against Wright State. Wright State was the Horizon League champion and had won 12 games in a row until they played Tennessee. You won’t hear that from John.

John
John
10 days ago
Reply to  Ken Hood

But its the SEC? Isnt the last place team in the SEC better than any conference champion? Dont look for Tennessee to be around too long. Looked like two high school teams playing. LSU looked horrible as usual. They had a second baseman who looked like he has never played the game. Arkansas looked bad. One thing I noticed. UCLA and Oregon regionals had about 200 people in the stands. Any SEC regional had 15,000 fans. Explains the egregious bias

Ken Hood
Ken Hood
9 days ago
Reply to  John

Boo hoo hoo!!!

Allen Harris
Allen Harris
6 days ago
Reply to  John

Again John, Six SEC schools in the Regionals. And John, proving that you’re just a biased cry baby without facts to support you – the only SEC school that averaged over 10,000 fans was Arkansas with 11,089. WTF do you get this 15,000 number.

Jon
Jon
6 days ago
Reply to  John

Conspiracy Theory Guy..question for you??..did LSU win their regional because of Walt Disney??.. Asking for a friend..

Keith Deem
Keith Deem
2 days ago
Reply to  Jon

I got a question for you. How much is LSU’s baseball budget? By the way, I was born in Louisiana, speak any dialect, even though it don’t mean I will, anytime I want, and still like the Tigers. They are a good team and proved it in the Oregon regional. That said, they have the largest baseball budget of any D1 school, and it’s a simple fact.

Chris Gardner
Chris Gardner
19 hours ago
Reply to  John

UCLA didn’t have a regional (they were in Texas Tech’s) and in Oregon (where I live) our idiot governor won’t allow full attendance. I think she was only allowing like 25% or something like that. I’m a Beaver fan and I hate the Ducks but I’ll defend them here. They are a bunch of front runners when it comes to baseball. They don’t show up unless they have a winner. If they were allowed full attendance they would have packed that place. The last few times Beavers have played in their stadium we have outnumbered them with fans.

Jon
Jon
9 days ago
Reply to  John

The SEC is having a dominant weekend.. You??..not so much..

John
John
8 days ago
Reply to  Jon

You think so? Arkansas duked a close one out with NJIT. Tennessee barely beat Wright State.

Allen Harris
Allen Harris
6 days ago
Reply to  John

Arkansas and Tennessee both won their Regionals, dumb ass.

Allen Harris
Allen Harris
6 days ago
Reply to  John

Where ya John? Apparently you forgot this is baseball, not softball. We play nine innings. And by the way, Wright State in #25 in RPI.

Jon
Jon
9 days ago
Reply to  John

Anyone one with a functional brain would question every single one of your imbecilic posts; you tinfoil hat wearing conspiracy theory believing idiot..

John
John
9 days ago
Reply to  Jon

Conspiracy theory = SEC country thinks Trump won in a landslide.

Allen Harris
Allen Harris
6 days ago
Reply to  John

John, do you watch Trump videos while you pleasure yourself?

Ken Hood
Ken Hood
9 days ago
Reply to  Jon

Yep, that’s why he brings up softball, Trump – he’s got nothing about baseball that makes any sense whatsoever.

John
John
9 days ago
Reply to  Ken Hood

Florida’s representing the SEC. Two and que with a run rule! Strength of schedule!

John
John
9 days ago
Reply to  John

19-1 loss at home with a 2 and bbq. The announcer just said its harder for the SEC teams in the regionals because everyones gunning for the best. He works for ESPN no doubt.

Jon
Jon
9 days ago
Reply to  John

You remain an idiot.. Wash.. Rinse.. Repeat..

John
John
8 days ago
Reply to  Jon

Go to a Trump rally John.

Jon
Jon
9 days ago
Reply to  Ken Hood

Yup..I’ve never seen a bigger fool with so much tinfoil on his head..he has never made a valid point about college baseball.. he will deflect and deflect and deflect.. but can’t accept that the SEC is the best conference and it’s literally killing him..such a snowflake like I have never seen in my life

John
John
8 days ago
Reply to  Jon

How about Florida? They almost won the SEC tournament. Thank God South Florida or South Alabama arent in the SEC, they would have won the tournament…SEC SEC SEC

Allen Harris
Allen Harris
6 days ago
Reply to  John

Almost won the tournament? What are you smoking? They didn’t make the finals.

Jon
Jon
9 days ago
Reply to  Ken Hood

And he is such an idiot he doesn’t even know that Alabama pitched a PERFECT game in the women’s college World series yesterday…!!!!!….. Lmao

Jon
Jon
8 days ago
Reply to  Ken Hood

Notice how the idiot stopped with his nonsense about softball once I pointed out to him the facts..but..his girlish jealousy just won’t allow him to save just a little face by just STFU.. he’s such a snowflake he just can’t stay quiet.. so he digs his own hole deeper and deeper.. Lmao

Jon
Jon
9 days ago
Reply to  John

Hey idiot..that no pitching team is shutting out Nebraska currently.. Go ahead and say it’s because of Walt Disney.. It’s ok, you know you want to..

John
John
8 days ago
Reply to  Jon

NJIT. Enough said.

As I stated before, Dave Van Horn is like Mike Bianco at Ole Miss. Never shows up for the big game. BTW shit for brains, they didnt shut out Nebraska. They beat em 5-1. Not sure I would brag about the winner of that beast of a conference, the SEC, winning like that against Nebraska.

Jon
Jon
8 days ago
Reply to  John

Still butt hurt because you have not made a single valid point yet huh?..lmao at your idiocy and conspiracy theory tinfoil hat wearing moronic self..lol..same nonsense from you every single post..Wash..Rinse.. Repeat..

John
John
7 days ago
Reply to  Jon

Dave Van Horn and Mike Bianco about ready to the do the famous SEC choke in the regionals. Anyone on this board still think Arkansas has pitching. How does a team like Arkansas win any league? Let alone that beast of a conference the SEC. Florida too. The common thread – 15,000 people at SEC regionals. Average attendance at non SEC regionals is 1,200 people.

Jon
Jon
7 days ago
Reply to  John

You are still batting 1.000%..you have not made a single post that was remotely correct.. Great job!!!

Allen Harris
Allen Harris
6 days ago
Reply to  John

Yep, you are officially a fucktard!!! Mississippi and Arkansas both won their Regionals. Apparently your mother brought home too many strange men when you were young.

Allen Harris
Allen Harris
6 days ago
Reply to  John

How short was your school bus John? You should talk to someone about getting one of those checks from the Government every month. Mouth breather!!!

Allen Harris
Allen Harris
6 days ago
Reply to  John

6 SEC teams in Super Regionals. STFU John.

Keith Deem
Keith Deem
22 hours ago
Reply to  Allen Harris

Yupper! An most of em’ er gone now, ain’t they?

Husker From Omaha
Husker From Omaha
10 days ago

Morning baseball fans. It’s elimination day for sure. Doesn’t mean that fans of teams going home shouldn’t celebrate their teams success. Enjoy day, cheer, scream, blame an ump, coach, karma, whatever but… please also be thankful of the moment and tip your hat to your team. They made it. They earned it. They’ll for ever be able to say “We played in the post season”. It an achievement. An achievement that can be celebrated by all.

Good Luck,
Good Cheer,
Good Sportsmanship,
Most Great Games played by Great Young Men!

Truth
Truth
7 days ago

If Virginia and Oregon St win their regional, who would host?

John
John
7 days ago

Thank god Nebraska isnt in the SEC. Making Arkansas look bad. Theyd win the league in that beast of a conference.

John
John
7 days ago

Arkansas in danger of not making it out of their regional – sound the alarm. The NCAA is having emergency meetings with the advertisers assuring them the demographics will be there for Traeger, carhart and Seadoo.

Jon
Jon
7 days ago
Reply to  John

Are you really this fucking stupid??

John
John
6 days ago
Reply to  Jon

What’s stupid is watching that Arkansas team struggle to beat Nebraska. The winner of that beast of the a conference. Not very good. But the stands were filled with 14,000 people – thats what matters to the NCAA.

Allen Harris
Allen Harris
6 days ago
Reply to  John

You’re in danger of your own head exploding. Please stop trying to function above your level.

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7 days ago

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Ken Hood
Ken Hood
6 days ago
Reply to  Paula

John is that you?

Allen Harris
Allen Harris
6 days ago
Reply to  Ken Hood

He left, went to Moscow to marry a Russian “Supermodel”.

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7 days ago

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Jon
Jon
1 day ago

Win or lose Kopps is awesome and Conspiracy Theory Guy is an idiot

JackBlak
JackBlak
1 day ago
Reply to  Jon

Wasnt awesome today. Ask NC State! Get him out of that beast of a conf the SEC and he cant beat the 4th place ACC team at home. Shoulda called the fire dept and not the Kopps!

Ryan
Ryan
1 day ago
Reply to  Jon

Lmao, this John dude created a second account (JackBlak) to reply to himself. At first his trolling was amusing, but this is just sad.

Last edited 1 day ago by Ryan
BrunoVFL
BrunoVFL
10 hours ago
Reply to  Ryan

he has 3 now….

John
John
23 hours ago
Reply to  Jon

I said on this board earlier and I quote, “dave van horn and mike bianco never show up for the big game” – once again this is true. the ESPN SEC network can prop up loser teams like that for ratings, but theyll be at home watching the Pac12 win it all – again. Most championships of any conference. Expect Tennessee to the do the old two and a bbq. Vandy might win a game. Theyre the only respectable team in the SEC. Miss State will get run ruled today by Notre Dame in that hideously ugly stadium they call home.

BrunoVFL
BrunoVFL
10 hours ago
Reply to  John

Did you parents tie a pork chop on your neck to get the family dog to like you?

John
John
1 day ago

Call the Kopps! The regular season and conf tourney champ of that best of a conference the SEC goes down by the 4th place team in the ACC! Emergency meetings being held in the NCAA right now on what to tell the advertisers. Miss St on the ropes. Ole Miss on the ropes. Could be 3 ACC teams in Omaha with NC State, Notre Dame and Virginia – maybe only 2 for the beast of a conf the SEC. Poor ratings as Trump would say.

JackBlak
JackBlak
1 day ago
Reply to  John

Youre 100% right. How can a team like Arkansas win the suppossedly best conf with not one quality pitcher. This Kopps guy sucks. What a joke this team WAS rated #1. Shouldnt even be in the top 16

nashiscashed
nashiscashed
1 day ago

Arkansas/Ole Miss fans- how does that first game series look? Enjoy y’alls meaningless wins, we’re headed to Omaha 😉 Also SEC is overrated

John
John
23 hours ago
Reply to  nashiscashed

Arkansas looked like high school. How do you win a league without one starter that is decent? This Kopps guy wouldnt make Stanford or Arizona’s team. Pretty sad they show bias to the teams with the highest attendance and TV ratings on the SEC network but hey – that’s why they play the games.

John Keith Deem
John Keith Deem
21 hours ago

The winning percentage of the SEC is not looking too good in the tournament. There have been some bright spots. LSU

John
John
19 hours ago

They do the same exact thing in softball. They load the tournament with 14 SEC teams and they drop like flies. Football SEC bias is completely out of control. You have Alabama which is the best team hands down in the nation every year and they happen to be in the SEC. Take Alabama out of the SEC in football – its just another conference. Ole Miss got beat by Cal in football. Give me a break. Its all hype.

BrunoVFL
BrunoVFL
10 hours ago
Reply to  John

Need to research your info……SEConly fields 13 in softball

John Keith Deem
John Keith Deem
20 hours ago

After all the meaningless rankings, all the hype, all the media, all the money, all the false sense of grandiosity, the SEC has a .641 winning percentage against non-conference 25-14 opponents in the tournament. That’s not bad. In fact, it’s very good, but it hardly lives up to expectations. The PAC-12, without media hype and no help whatsoever from ESPN, rabid, blood-thirsty fans drunk on moonshine, and little money, has quietly compiled a .642 winning percentage against non-conference opponents in the tournament 18-10. The SEC may still win the championship. Tennessee has looked very strong through 5 games and none can doubt Vanderbilt’s pitching staff, but one thing remains for certain, the crowing of the Confederacy with start again next year with the same boisterous and bogus claims of unquestionable superiority. Demanding, as always, that every one of its 14 schools be given automatic berths to the 8 team field in Omaha.

John
John
19 hours ago

Amen. The difference is that the Pac12 schools have college baseball TV presence and low attendance. The SEC is purely marketing driven with a rapid, sports crazed fan base.

John
John
15 hours ago

Stanford/Arizona in the CWS from the Pac12.

NC State and Virginia from the ACC

Tennessee and Vanderbilt from the bestest, most strength of schedule, toughest conference in the history of sports – the SEC.

Miss State and Notre Dame fighting for the lost slot.

With all the home field seeding how the hell does the SEC not have more teams in than the ACC or Pac12? What if Miss State loses and only 2 get in from the SEC with all that home field advantage?

Stop the bias in college baseball – it’s ruining the game for the rest of the country.

BrunoVFL
BrunoVFL
10 hours ago

Conspiracy theory….this John dude, trolling…..makes me wonder if hes a plant to generate activity. There cant be a human that ignorant and stupid at the same time.