Jun 10, 2013; Charlottesville, VA, USA; Virginia Cavaliers players walk off the field after their game against the Mississippi State Bulldogs in the Charlottesville super regional of the 2013 NCAA baseball tournament at Davenport Field. The Bulldogs won 6-5 and advanced to the College World Series. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

College Baseball Rankings: Virginia moves back into top spot in latest Baseball America poll


The Virginia Cavaliers came into the 2014 college baseball season ranked number one in the country in the Baseball America poll, and after a successful week, they are right back at the top in the latest standings.

After a week in which the Cavaliers won their series with the Clemson Tigers, the folks at Baseball America once again consider the ACC squad to be tops in the country.

Also of note in this week’s standings, the previous number one, the Florida State Seminoles, dropped all the way down to number four after dropping their series to Georgia Tech.

Here’s a look at the complete rankings for April 14:

Team W-L Last Week Previous Ranking
1. Virginia 30-6 3-1 2
2. Louisiana-Lafayette 34-4 4-1 3
3. Cal Poly 30-5 4-0 3
4. Florida State 27-8 1-3 1
5. Oregon State 27-7 2-1 6
6. Texas 29-8 3-1 7
7. Washington 24-7 2-1 9
8. Alabama 24-11 2-2 10
9. Florida 23-13 3-1 15
10. Louisville 27-8 4-0 13
11. South Carolina 28-7 2-2 5
12. Louisiana State 27-9 3-1 16
13. Mississippi 29-9 4-1 19
14. Houston 26-9 1-3 8
15. Miami 25-12 4-0 24
16. Rice 26-12 4-0 21
17. UC Santa Barbara 22-8 2-1 22
18. Vanderbilt 27-10 2-2 11
19. Kentucky 23-13 1-3 12
20. UNLV 25-11 3-2 20
21. Indiana 21-11 4-1 23
22. Clemson 21-14 1-3 14
23. Oregon 27-10 5-0 25
24. Mississippi State 22-15 2-2 17
25. Georgia Tech 23-14 4-1 NR

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  • NM Fan

    The University of New Mexico should be in that group