2020 D1Baseball Preseason Top 25
For the first time in the history of the D1Baseball Top 25, Louisville is ranked No. 1 heading into 2020, headlining preseason rankings that are chock full of ACC and SEC contenders.
D1Baseball Top 25: National Champion Vanderbilt Tops Rankings
Vanderbilt had an impressive run to the program’s second national title and tops the final D1Baseball Top 25 rankings for the 2019 campaign.
D1Baseball Top 25: Arkansas Rises, Pac-12 Trio Leads The Way
Isaiah Campbell and Arkansas made headway in the latest D1Baseball Top 25, while three new teams entered the rankings, powered by Louisville Slugger.
D1Baseball Top 25: Arizona State Is Back Again
Arizona State is one of the last two unbeaten teams standing and entered our rankings, while Clemson rejoined after a week off. Those changes headline our latest Top 25.
D1Baseball College Top 25: Feb. 18
Vanderbilt remained No. 1 in the D1Baseball Top 25, powered by Louisville Slugger. No new teams entered the rankings, as 23 of the Top 25 teams posted winning weekends.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 14 Mississippi State
Ethan Small had a strong finish to last season and looks to help carry Mississippi State back to Omaha yet again.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 19 TCU
Nick Lodolo had a sensational fall and he hopes to lead the Horned Frogs back to the postseason after missing the dance last year..
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 15 Baylor
Cody Bradford is primed to have another terrific campaign and hopes to lead Baylor to uncharted waters.
Top 25 Breakdowns: No. 8 Oregon State
Kevin Abel had a legendary finish to the 2018 campaign. Now, he’ll need to be the man yet again as the Beavers replace several key cogs.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 6 Florida
Austin Langworthy and Florida have some question marks, but have the pitching and more to capture another national title.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 4 Louisville
Tyler Fitzgerald and Louisville have the pieces needed to do some big things on the national stage in 2019.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 2 LSU
Zack Hess and others opted to return to LSU for another season for one reason — to restore order in Omaha. The Tigers have the pieces to get it done.
Top 25 Breakdown: No. 3 Texas Tech
Josh Jung and Texas Tech yet again return the pieces needed to make another trip to the College World Series.