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FSU baseball holds steady in polls

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A 2-2 week keeps FSU right where they were.

Florida State hosts Stetson Steve Johnson

Florida State started the week the same way they ended it: with sloppy losses. However, they were able to take 2 games from rival Miami leaving Mike Martin with a tie for the all time wins record in college baseball. The result was FSU neither gaining or losing ground D1 Baseball’s Top 25.

Top 25 Poll (with record)

  1. Florida (36-10)
  2. Stanford (33-6)
  3. Oregon State (32-7)
  4. Ole Miss (34-11)
  5. Arkansas (32-13)
  6. North Carolina (31-13)
  7. UCLA (29-10)
  8. NC State (31-11)
  9. Texas Tech (33-12)
  10. Clemson (34-11)
  11. Southern Miss (32-11)
  12. East Carolina (30-12)
  13. Duke (33-11)
  14. Kentucky (29-15)
  15. Indiana (31-10)
  16. Florida State (31-14)
  17. Oklahoma State (27-14-1)
  18. Coastal Carolina (31-14)
  19. UCONN (25-13-1)
  20. Minnesota (28-12)
  21. Texas A&M (32-12)
  22. South Florida (29-15)
  23. Vanderbilt (25-18)
  24. Texas (30-17)
  25. Tennessee Tech (37-6)

Dropped out of the Top 25 None

Noteworthy

  • NC State hosted North Carolina for the ACC lead but couldn’t win a game. UNC swept the Wolfpack and have now won 5 straight ACC series after falling to Florida State in March. The Tar Heels have gone 17-3 since that meeting and now lead the ACC.
  • Miami was not the only ACC team looking get to keep their faint post-season hopes alive. Virginia got swept at home by Clemson losing all 3 games by 1 run. Neither team is likely to make the post season, Miami’s 2nd year in a row after a 44-year streak and Virginia for the 1st time in 15 years.
  • Outside the ACC TCU made some noise taking 2 of 3 from Texas Tech. At 22-18 TCU could still make the tournament but they have a tough road ahead with West Virginia and Texas still on the slate. TCU is currently 8-9 in the Big 12 and needs to at least get to .500 in conference play. It’s been a tough season for the pre-season top 10 Horned Frogs but they still have a bit of life left in them.

FSU in other polls

Florida State moved up 1 spot to 16 in Baseball America’s poll.

No games in the mid-week as FSU tries to get a bit healthy before heading to Atlantic Division leader Clemson Tigers for 3 games.