CBN Top 25: 4/22

CBN Staff  |  4/22/13                                

Before we get to the rankings, here are a couple of notes:

– One week after dropping two games at Georgia Tech for its first series loss of the season, The Virginia Cavaliers bounced right back with an emphatic sweep of Florida St. to gain some ground in the highly-contested ACC race and move back into the top five. What was more impressive than the sweep itself was the UVA pitching staff holding The Seminoles to just four runs on the weekend, while the bats plated 16.

– There was a lot of shake up in the Pac-12, most notably Oregon St. traveling to Seattle and leaving with two underwhelming losses to a poor Washington club. The Beavers have to lick their wounds back in Corvallis as plummet to 13. UCLA moved back into the top 10 with a series win at Oregon.

– While there was a lot of movement in this week, only one team dropped out. That dubious achievement belongs to Kentucky as they got swept by South Carolina to bring its losing streak to six games, and have only won 2 of the last 11. Gonzaga takes full advantage of The Wildcats downward spiral as they re-enter the polls at 25 this week.

And now this:


 RNK  TEAMREC PVS 
1LSU37-41
2North Carolina39-22
3Vanderbilt 35-63
4Cal St. Fullerton 34-64
5Virginia35-68
6UCLA25-1112
7North Carolina St.32-1015
8Arizona St. 24-12-111
9Arkansas 27-159
10Oregon 29-10 7
11South Carolina 31-1016
12Florida St.31-96
13Oregon St.30-85
14Oklahoma31-1013
15Mississippi St.32-1017
16Louisville30-910
17Pittsburgh 29-1018
18South Alabama 29-1219
19Georgia Tech                                                     27-1314
20UC-Irvine 25-11  20
21UNC-Wilmington30-1122
22Rice 28-1423
23Ole Miss 29-1224
24Indiana 29-8  25
25Gonzaga26-11-1NR
DROPPED FROM RANKINGS: Kentucky (21)
MISSED THE CUT: Mercer, North Florida, Oklahoma St., Central
Arkansas, Campbell, Stanford, Michigan St., Florida, Clemson, Cal
Poly.



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