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D1Baseball Top 25: April 20

PODCAST: Fitt & Rogers discuss the rankings
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For the second week in a row, there’s a new No. 1 in the D1Baseball Top 25. LSU returned to the top spot for the first time since Week Six (March 22), replacing Texas A&M, which lost a home series against Arkansas. The Aggies slipped just one spot after their first losing weekend of the season, setting up a showdown between No. 1 LSU and No. 2 Texas A&M next weekend in Baton Rouge.

Vanderbilt, which had been No. 1 two weeks ago, continued to slide down the rankings after losing its second straight series, falling six spots to No. 13. Miami also fell out of the top 10 after dropping a set at Virginia. Illinois and Southern California moved into the top 10 at No. 9 and No. 10, respectively.

There wasn’t a lot of additional movement in the rankings until the back, where Nebraska and UCF dropped out of the Top 25 after losing series. They were replaced by College of Charleston (No. 23) and Arkansas (No. 25). The Cougars have won five straight series, while the Hogs have won four series in a row to overcome their rough start to the season.

RankTeamOverall RecordRecord Last WeekPrevious Rank
1LSU34-63-02
2Texas A&M35-52-21
3UCLA28-83-13
4Louisville30-93-15
5Arizona State25-112-24
6Florida31-103-16
7TCU30-84-08
8UC Santa Barbara28-92-19
9Illinois32-6-14-011
10Southern California29-103-112
11Florida State30-124-013
12Miami30-112-210
13Vanderbilt29-121-37
14Missouri26-142-214
15Oklahoma State25-121-115
16Florida Atlantic31-93-116
17Missouri State27-93-117
18Dallas Baptist29-83-121
19Iowa26-113-219
20Maryland27-113-122
21UC Irvine23-132-220
22UNC Wilmington28-83-025
23College of Charleston27-93-1NR
24Coastal Carolina27-121-318
25Arkansas24-174-1NR
Dropped Out
Nebraska29-132-223
UCF26-151-324
Others Considered
North Carolina24-152-1NR
Oklahoma26-162-2NR
Ohio State26-103-1NR
Nevada31-94-0NR
Radford25-132-1NR
Rice26-163-1NR
Texas Tech25-153-1NR
Virginia24-153-1NR

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