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FSU Baseball holds steady in polls

Maine at Florida State Steve Johnson

A perfect record to start the season against less than stellar competition keeps FSU right where they started in D1Baseball’s poll. Florida State swept Youngstown State including winning both games of a double header on Saturday.

Top 25 Poll (with record)

  1. Vanderbilt (5-1)
  2. LSU (7-0)
  3. Texas Tech (5-1)
  4. UCLA (6-1)
  5. North Carolina (7-0)
  6. Oregon State (8-0)
  7. Florida (5-3)
  8. Louisville (5-2)
  9. Georgia (6-0)
  10. Ole Miss (4-2)
  11. Stanford (6-1)
  12. Mississippi State (6-1)
  13. Florida State (7-0)
  14. East Carolina (5-2)
  15. Baylor (7-0)
  16. Arkansas (5-1)
  17. Michigan (6-0)
  18. TCU (5-2)
  19. Oklahoma State (5-2)
  20. Coastal Carolina (7-1)
  21. Auburn (6-2)
  22. Texas (6-2)
  23. Clemson (6-1)
  24. Cal State Fullerton (4-2)
  25. Illinois (6-0)

Dropped out of the Top 25 Wake Forest — 20


  • Florida dropped 2 spots after struggling to start the week. The Gators lost to South Florida (6-1), North Florida (7-1) and then Miami (5-2) before taking the final 2 games from the Canes in Coral Gables. FSU travels down to USF this week.
  • Wake Forest has certainly struggled out of the gates this year. Losing early in the year to Illinois is not a big deal nor is losing a game to Elon but combine that with dropping a game to Quinnipiac is more than enough justification to drop them out of the rankings. However, this is a good Wake team and they’ll surely bounce back.
  • Texas Tech has looked quite impressive since dropping their opening game to Oregon. They took the other 2 games against Oregon and swept Kentucky at home including a 19-4 bludgeoning.

FSU in other polls

The Seminoles held steady at 6 in the Baseball America’s poll.

The NCAA Coaches’ poll kept the ‘Noles at 13.

Florida State heads to Tampa to take on the South Florida Bulls in a mid-week tilt before returning to Tallahassee to host the Mercer Bears in a 3 game series.