2012 NCAA Division I baseball rankings

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2012 NCAA Division I baseball season
Duration February 17, 2012–June 26, 2012
Number of teams 297[1]
Preseason #1 Florida Gators
Tournament
Duration June 1–25, 2012
College World Series
Champions Arizona
Runners-up South Carolina
MOP Robert Refsnyder (Arizona)
Seasons

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The following human polls make up the 2012 NCAA Division I men's baseball rankings. The USAToday/ESPN Coaches Poll is voted on by a panel of 31 Division I baseball coaches. The Baseball America poll is voted on by staff members of the Baseball America magazine. These polls rank the top 25 teams nationally. Collegiate Baseball and the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association rank the top 30 teams nationally.

Legend[edit]

  Increase in ranking
  Decrease in ranking
  Not ranked previous week
Italics   Number of first place votes
(#-#)   Win-loss record
т Tied with team above or below also with this symbol

ESPN/USA Today Coaches' Poll[edit]

Preseason
Jan 26[2]
Week 1
Feb 27[3]
Week 2
Mar 5[4]
Week 3
Mar 12[5]
Week 4
Mar 19[6]
Week 5
Mar 26[7]
Week 6
Apr 2[8]
Week 7
Apr 9[9]
Week 8
Apr 16[10]
Week 9
Apr 23[11]
Week 10
Apr 30[12]
Week 11
May 7[13]
Week 12
May 14[14]
Week 13
May 21[15]
Week 14
May 28[16]
Week 15
June 27[17]
1. Florida Stanford (7–0) Florida Florida Florida (19–1) Florida (22–2) Florida (26–4) Florida State (27–5) Florida (28–8) Florida State (33–7) Florida State (36–7) Florida State (39–7) Florida State (40–10) Florida State (43–12) Florida (42–18) Arizona (48–17) 1.
2. South Carolina Florida (7–1) Stanford Stanford Stanford (13–2) Stanford (15–2) Florida State (24–4) Kentucky (30–3) Florida State (29–7) Florida (31–9) Baylor (38–8) Baylor (38–8) South Carolina (38–13) Florida (40–16) Baylor (44–14) South Carolina (49–20) 2.
3. Stanford South Carolina (6–0) South Carolina South Carolina Arkansas (19–2) Arkansas (22–3) North Carolina (22–6) Texas A&M (26–6) Kentucky (32–5) Kentucky (35–6) South Carolina (33–11) South Carolina (36–12) Florida (38–14) Baylor (42–12) Florida State (43–15) Arkansas (46–22) 3.
4. North Carolina Rice (8–0) Rice North Carolina Florida State (16–2) Florida State (21–3) Kentucky (27–2) Florida (25–7) LSU (30–7) Baylor (35–7) LSU (35–10) LSU (38–11) Baylor (39–11) South Carolina (39–15) UCLA (42–14) Florida State (50–17) 4.
5. Texas Texas A&M (6–1) Texas A&M Rice North Carolina (16–4) North Carolina (18–5) Texas A&M (22–6) Stanford (19–7) Texas A&M (28–8) South Carolina (30–11) Florida (33–12) Florida (35–13) Kentucky (41–11) North Carolina (42–13)т North Carolina (44–14) UCLA (48–16) 5.
6. Texas A&M North Carolina (5–1) Arkansas Florida State Kentucky (21–0) Texas A&M (19–5) Stanford (16–6) Miami (24–8) North Carolina (27–9) LSU (32–9) Kentucky (36–9) Rice (33–13) North Carolina (38–13) LSU (42–14)т South Carolina (40–17) Florida (47–20) 6.
7. Rice Arkansas (7–1) North Carolina Arkansas Rice (15–8) Kentucky (24–1) UCLA (20–5) LSU (25–7) UCLA (24–8) UCF (34–8) Stanford (28–11) North Carolina (34–13) Rice (36–14) Rice (39–15) LSU (43–16) Kent State (47–20) 7.
8. Arkansas Miami (7–0) Florida State Texas A&M South Carolina (15–4) Miami (19–5) Arizona (21–7) North Carolina (23–9) South Carolina (27–10) Rice (30–12) Rice (30–12) Texas A&M (34–14) Texas A&M (37–14) Texas A&M (41–14) Texas A&M (42–16) Stony Brook (52–15) 8.
9. Florida State Florida State (6–1) Georgia Tech Arizona Miami (16–4) UCLA (17–4) Arkansas (22–6) Arkansas (24–7) т Baylor (30–7) Stanford (25–10) Texas A&M (31–13) Kentucky (37–11) LSU (39–13) Oregon (41–14) Rice (40–17) Baylor (49–17) 9.
10. Georgia Tech Georgia (7–0) Oregon Miami Texas A&M (16–5) South Carolina (17–7) South Carolina (20–8) South Carolina (23–9) т Stanford (22–9) North Carolina (29–12) North Carolina (30–13) Oregon (34–14) Oregon (37–14) UCLA (38–14) Oregon (42–17) Oregon (46–19) 10.
11. TCU Georgia Tech (6–2) Arizona Cal State Fullerton Arizona (16–4) Rice (18–8) Rice (21–9) UCLA (21–7) Oregon (24–10) UCLA (26–10) Purdue (34–7) UCLA (31–13) UCLA (35–13) Stanford (36–14) Arizona (38–17) LSU (47–18) 11.
12. Vanderbilt Oregon (7–1) Georgia UCLA UCLA (15–4) Arizona (18–7) LSU (22–6) Arizona (23–9) Miami (25–11) Texas A&M (28–12) Oregon (30–13) Stanford (29–14) Stanford (32–14) Kentucky (41–15) Kentucky (43–16) Stanford (41–18) 12.
13. Miami Arizona (5–2) Miami Oregon LSU (16–4) Cal State Fullerton (14–8) Miami (21–7) Rice (23–11) Rice (27–11) Purdue (31–6) Arkansas (31–13) Arkansas (34–15) Purdue (39–10) Arizona (36–16) Stanford (38–16) NC State (43–20) 13.
14. LSU Virginia (5–1–1) Cal State Fullerton Georgia Tech Georgia Tech (14–6) LSU (18–6) UCF (23–6) Baylor (25–7) UCF (30–8) Oregon (27–12) UCLA (28–12) Cal State Fullerton (30–14) Cal State Fullerton (32–15) Arkansas (39–17)т Purdue (44–12) Oklahoma (42–25) 14.
15. Oklahoma Cal State Fullerton (3–3) LSU Ole Miss Cal State Fullerton (12–7) Louisville (18–6) Ole Miss (20–8) UCF (26–7) Arkansas (25–10) Cal State Fullerton (26–13) UCF (35–10) Purdue (35–9) NC State (36–13) NC State (38–15)т Virginia (38–17–1) TCU (40–22) 15.
16. Cal State Fullerton Texas (2–5) UCLA LSU Oregon State (14–5) Oregon (15–6) Cal State Fullerton (17–10) Cal State Fullerton (21–10) Arizona (24–11) Arizona (26–13) Arizona (29–13) UCF (37–11) UCF (40–12) Purdue (41–12) NC State (39–17) St. John's (40–23) 16.
17. Virginia Louisville (6–1) Ole Miss Oklahoma Georgia (15–6) UCF (19–6) Oregon (18–8) Oregon (20–9) Purdue (28–5) Arkansas (28–12) Cal State Fullerton (26–14) NC State (33–12) Arizona (33–15) UCF (41–14) Oregon State (38–18) North Carolina (46–16) 17.
18. UCLA TCU (2–4) Oklahoma California Oregon (13–5) Georgia (17–6) Baylor (22–7) Purdue (24–5) Cal State Fullerton (23–12) Miami (26–14) NC State (30–12) Arizona (30–15) Arkansas (35–17) Cal State Fullerton (33–18) UCF (43–15) Texas A&M (43–18) 18.
19. Oregon State Clemson (4–2) Clemson Georgia Ole Miss (15–5) Oregon State (15–7) Oregon State (17–8) Ole Miss (21–10) NC State (24–10) Ole Miss (27–13) Louisville (31–13) Oregon State (30–15) Virginia (34–15–1) Virginia (36–16–1) Cal State Fullerton (35–19) Kentucky (45–18) 19.
20. Arizona LSU (5–2) Louisville Kentucky NC State (15–3) Ole Miss (17–7) Purdue (20–5) Louisville (23–9) San Diego (29–8) San Diego (31–9) Oregon State (28–14) San Diego (36–11) Oregon State (32–17) Oregon State (35–18) Arkansas (39–19) Rice (41–19) 20.
21. St. John's Baylor (6–2) California USC UCF (16–5) Georgia Tech (15–9) Louisville (20–8) NC State (21–9) Oregon State (23–11) Oregon State (26–12) Miami (27–16) Miami (30–17) Miami (32–18) Miami (34–19) Miami (36–21) Purdue (45–14) 21.
22. California Oklahoma (4–2) Gonzaga Mississippi State Louisville (14–6) NC State (16–5) NC State (19–7) San Diego (25–8) Ole Miss (24–12) NC State (26–12) Virginia (30–14–1) Virginia (31–14–1) Ole Miss (34–18) Louisville (38–18) Mississippi State (39–22) Oregon State (40–20) 22.
23. Clemson USC (7–0) Mississippi State UCF TCU (11–6) Baylor (18–7) Georgia Tech (18–11) Oregon State (18–11) Louisville (25–11) Louisville (28–12) San Diego (33–11) Louisville (33–15) San Diego (38–13) San Diego (39–13) San Diego (40–15) Virginia (39–19–1) 23.
24. Louisville UCLA (4–3) UCF Oregon State Purdue (14–3) Purdue (16–4) Georgia (18–11) Virginia (21–10–1) Texas (20–13) Texas (23–14) Texas (25–16) Ole Miss (31–18) Louisville (35–17) TCU (35–17) Georgia Tech (36–24) UCF (45–17) 24.
25. Georgia Ole Miss (106) Baylor NC State Texas (10–8) Texas (13–9) San Diego (23–7) Texas (17–12) Virginia (23–13–1) Virginia (26–14–1) т
Sam Houston State (28–11) т
Ole Miss (28–16) Texas (27–18) TCU (32–16) Mississippi State (34–21) Louisville (39–20) Vanderbilt (35–28) 25.
Preseason
Jan 26[2]
Week 1
Feb 27[3]
Week 2
Mar 5[4]
Week 3
Mar 12[5]
Week 4
Mar 19[6]
Week 5
Mar 26[7]
Week 6
Apr 2[8]
Week 7
Apr 9[9]
Week 8
Apr 16[10]
Week 9
Apr 23[11]
Week 10
Apr 30[12]
Week 11
May 7[13]
Week 12
May 14[14]
Week 13
May 21[15]
Week 14
May 28[16]
Week 15
June 27[17]
Dropped:
12 Vanderbilt
19 Oregon State
21 St. John's
22 California
Dropped:
14 Virginia (6–4–1)
16 Texas (4–7)
18 TCU (4–6)
23 USC (8–3)
Dropped:
19 Clemson (6–7)
20 Louisville (10–5)
22 Gonzaga (10–3)
25 Baylor (11–6)
Dropped:
17 Oklahoma (11–9)
18 California (11–7)
21 USC (13–6)
22 Mississippi State (15–7)
Dropped:
23 TCU (12–9)
Dropped:
25 Texas (15–11)
Dropped:
23 Georgia Tech
24 Georgia
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
25 Sam Houston State
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
25 Texas
Dropped:
22 Ole Miss
Dropped:
24 TCU (36–19)
Dropped:
19 Cal State Fullerton
21 Miami
22 Mississippi State
23 San Diego
24 Georgia Tech
25 Louisville

Baseball America Poll[edit]

Preseason
Jan 24[18]
Week 1
Feb 20[19]
Week 2
Feb 27[20]
Week 3
Mar 5[21]
Week 4
Mar 12[22]
Week 5
Mar 19[23]
Week 6
Mar 26[24]
Week 7
Apr 2[25]
Week 8
Apr 9[26]
Week 9
Apr 16[27]
Week 10
Apr 23[28]
Week 11
Apr 30[29]
Week 12
May 7[30]
Week 13
May 14[31]
Week 14
May 21[32]
Week 15
May 28[33]
Week 16
June 26[34]
1. Florida Florida (2–1) Florida (7–1) Florida (10–1) Florida (15–1) Florida (19–1) Florida (22–2) Florida (24–4) Florida State (27–5) Florida State (29–7) Florida State (33–7) Florida State (36–7) Florida State (39–7) Florida State (40–10) Florida State (43–12) Florida (42–18) Arizona (48–17) 1.
2. Stanford Stanford (3–0) Stanford (7–0) Stanford (10–1) Stanford (13–2) Stanford (13–2) Stanford (15–2) Florida State (24–4) Texas A&M (26–6) Texas A&M (28–8) Kentucky (35–6) Baylor (38–8) Baylor (38–8) South Carolina (38–13) LSU (42–14) UCLA (42–14) South Carolina (49–20) 2.
3. South Carolina South Carolina (3–0) South Carolina (6–0) South Carolina (9–1) South Carolina (13–) Arkansas (19–2) Arkansas (22–3) North Carolina (22–6) Kentucky (30–3) Kentucky (32–5) Baylor (35–7) Kentucky (36–9) LSU (38–11) Florida (38–14) Florida (40–16) LSU (43–16) Florida (47–20) 3.
4. Arkansas Arkansas (3–0) Arkansas (7–1) Arkansas (11–2) Arkansas (14–2) North Carolina (16–4) Florida State (21–3) Arizona (21–7) Arizona (23–9) LSU (30–7) LSU (32–9) LSU (35–10) South Carolina (36–12) Kentucky (41–11) Rice (39–15) Baylor (44–14) Florida State (50–17) 4.
5. Arizona Rice (3–0) Rice (8–0) Rice (11–1) North Carolina (13–2) Arizona (16–4) North Carolina (18–5) UCLA (20–5) LSU (25–7) Florida (28–8) Florida (31–9) South Carolina (33–11) Rice (33–13) Rice (36–14) Oregon (41–14) Florida State (43–15) UCLA (48–16) 5.
6. Rice Texas A&M (3–0) Texas A&M (6–1) Texas A&M (11–1) Arizona (13–2) Florida State (16–2) UCLA (17–4) Stanford (16–6) Stanford (19–7) Baylor (20–7) Rice (30–12) Rice (30–12) Florida (35–13) Oregon (37–14) Baylor (42–12) North Carolina (44–14) Arkansas (46–22) 6.
7. Texas A&M LSU (3–0) Arizona (5–2) Arizona (8–2) Florida State (14–1) UCLA (15–4) Texas A&M (19–5) Texas A&M (22–6) Florida (25–7) Rice (27–11) South Carolina (30–11) Florida (33–12) Kentucky (37–11) Baylor (39–11) South Carolina (39–15) South Carolina (40–17) Stony Brook (52–15) 7.
8. LSU Arizona (2–1) Georgia (7–0) North Carolina (8–2) Rice (13–4) South Carolina (15–4) Arizona (18–7) Kentucky (27–2) Baylor (25–7) Oregon (24–10) Cal State Fullerton (26–13) Cal State Fullerton (26–14) Cal State Fullerton (30–14) Cal State Fullerton (32–15) Texas A&M (41–14) Rice (40–17) Kent State (47–20) 8.
9. North Carolina Georgia (3–0) North Carolina (5–1) Georgia (10–2) UCLA (12–3) Rice (15–6) Rice (18–8) Rice (21–9) Rice (23–11) South Carolina (27–10) Texas A&M (28–12) Texas A&M (31–13) Oregon (34–14) LSU (39–13) UCLA (38–14) Texas A&M (40–17) LSU (47–18) 9.
10. Vanderbilt North Carolina (2–1) Georgia Tech (6–2) Georgia Tech (10–2) Texas A&M (13–3) Texas A&M (16–5) Kentucky (24–1) Mississippi (20–8) South Carolina (23–9) North Carolina (27–9) Oregon (27–12) Oregon (30–13) Texas A&M (34–14) Texas A&M (37–14) North Carolina (42–13) Oregon (42–17) Baylor (49–17) 10.
11. Georgia Georgia Tech (3–1) Arizona State (5–1) Arizona State (8–2) Arizona State (10–4) LSU (16–4) South Carolina (17–7) South Carolina (20–8) Arkansas (24–7) UCLA (24–8) Arizona (26–13) Arizona (29–13) UCLA (31–13) UCLA (35–13) Kentucky (41–15) Kentucky (43–16) Oregon (46–19) 11.
12. Georgia Tech Texas (2–1) Miami (7–0) Florida State (9–1) Ole Miss (13–2) Miami (16–4) Miami (19–5) LSU (22–6) Cal State Fullerton (21–10) Cal State Fullerton (23–12) UCLA (26–10) Stanford (28–11) North Carolina (34–14) North Carolina (38–13) Cal State Fullerton (33–18) Cal State Fullerton (35–19) NC State (43–20) 12.
13. Texas Arizona State (3–0) Florida State (6–1) LSU (10–2) LSU (13–3) Cal State Fullerton (12–7) Cal State Fullerton (14–8) Arkansas (22–6) Miami (24–8) Arizona (24–11) Stanford (25–10) Purdue (34–7) NC State (33–12) NC State (36–13) Arizona (36–16) Arizona (38–17) Stanford (41–18) 13.
14. UCLA Miami (3–0) LSU (5–2) Ole Miss (9–2) Miami (12–3) Arizona State (12–7) Arizona State (15–8) Cal State Fullerton (17–10) North Carolina (23–9) Stanford (22–9) UCF (34–8) UCLA (28–12) Arizona (30–15) Arizona (33–15) Stanford (36–14) Mississippi State (39–22) Oklahoma (42–25) 14.
15. TCU TCU (1–1) Clemson (4–2) Miami (8–3) Cal State Fullerton (10–5) Georgia Tech (14–6) LSU (18–6) UCF (23–6) UCF (26–7) UCF (30–8) Purdue (31–6) UCF (35–10) Purdue (35–9) Purdue (39–10) NC State (38–15) Purdue (44–12) St. John's (40–23) 15.
16. Clemson Clemson (2–1) Ole Miss (5–1) UCLA (8–3) Georgia Tech (11–5) Kentucky (21–0) Ole Miss (17–7) Baylor (22–7) Oregon (20–9) Purdue (28–5) North Carolina (29–12) North Carolina (30–13) UCF (37–11) UCF (40–12) Arizona State (35–18) Oregon State (38–18) TCU (40–22) 16.
17. Arizona State Vanderbilt (0–3) UCLA (4–3) Oregon (10–1) Oregon (12–3) Ole Miss (15–5) UCF (19–6) NC State (19–7) UCLA (21–7) Arkansas (25–10) San Diego (31–9) NC State (30–12) Stanford (29–14) Stanford (32–14) Virginia (36–16) Virginia (38–17) North Carolina (46–16) 17.
18. Miami Florida State (3–0) Oregon (7–1) UCF (10–2) Georgia (11–5) Georgia (15–6) Texas (13–9) Miami (21–7) Ole Miss (21–10) Miami (25–11) Ole Miss (27–13) Arkansas (31–13) San Diego (36–11) Arizona State (32–17) Purdue (41–12) NC State (39–17) Rice (41–19) 18.
19. Oklahoma UCF (3–0) UCF (5–2) Cal State Fullerton (8–3) UCF (13–4) Oregon State (14–5) Purdue (16–4) Purdue (20–5) Purdue (24–5) San Diego (29–8) NC State (26–12) San Diego (33–11) Arizona State (29–17) Virginia (34–15) UCF (41–14) Stanford (38–16) Texas A&M (43–18) 19.
20. Florida State Ole Miss (1–1) Cal State Fullerton (3–3) Clemson (5–4) Texas State (11–4) NC State (15–3) NC State (16–5) Oregon State (17–8) San Diego (25–8) Arizona State (23–13) Texas (23–14) Arizona State (26–17) Arkansas (34–15) TCU (32–16) TCU (35–17) UCF (41–14) Kentucky (45–18) 20.
21. UCF Oregon State (3–1) Texas (2–5) Texas State (8–3) Mississippi State (14–3) UCF (16–5) Baylor (18–7) San Diego (23–7) Arizona State (19–12) NC State (24–10) Arkansas (28–12) Sam Houston State (31–12) Virginia (34–15) San Diego (38–13) San Diego (39–13) Arizona State (36–20) Cal State Fullerton (36–21) 21.
22. Ole Miss UCLA (1–2) TCU (2–4) Oklahoma (7–3) Oklahoma (11–5) Texas (10–8) Oregon State (15–7) Oregon (18–8) NC State (21–9) Mississippi (24–12) Miami (26–14) Louisville (31–13) Louisville (33–15) Louisville (35–17) Lousville (38–18) Vanderbilt (33–26) Mississippi State (40–24) 22.
23. Oregon State Oklahoma (1–2) Oklahoma (4–2) Mississippi State (10–2) NC State (11–3) Texas State (13–6) Oregon (15–6) Auburn (17–11) Texas (17–12) Texas (20–13) Arizona State (24–16) Virginia (30–14) Oregon State (30–15) Oregon State (32–17) Oregon State (35–18) Miami (36–21) Purdue (45–14) 23.
24. Louisville Louisville (2–1) Louisville (6–1) Louisville (8–3) Purdue(11–1) Oregon (13–5) San Diego (20–6) Arizona State (16–12) Sam Houston State (23–9) Sam Houston State (25–10) Sam Houston State (28–11) Ole Miss (28–16) TCU (29–16) Appalachian State (36–12) Mississippi State (34–21) Pepperdine (34–21) Oregon State (40–20) 24.
25. Cal State Fullerton Baylor (3–0) Baylor (6–2) Maryland (9–1) Oregon State (11–5) Purdue (14–3) Georgia (17–8) Texas (15–11) New Mexico State (25–9) New Mexico State (27–10) New Mexico State (30–11) Texas (25–16) Mississippi State (29–18) Ole Miss (34–18) Arkansas (39–17) Stony Brook (46–11) Virginia (39–19) 25.
Preseason
Jan 24[18]
Week 1
Feb 20[19]
Week 2
Feb 27[20]
Week 3
Mar 5[21]
Week 4
Mar 12[22]
Week 5
Mar 19[23]
Week 6
Mar 26[24]
Week 7
Apr 2[25]
Week 8
Apr 9[26]
Week 9
Apr 16[27]
Week 10
Apr 23[28]
Week 11
Apr 30[29]
Week 12
May 7[30]
Week 13
May 14[31]
Week 14
May 21[32]
Week 15
May 28[33]
Week 16
June 26[34]
Dropped:
25 Cal State Fullerton
Dropped:
17 Vanderbilt
21 Oregon State
Dropped:
21 Texas
22 TCU
25 Baylor
Dropped:
20 Clemson
24 Louisville
25 Maryland
Dropped:
21 Mississippi State
22 Oklahoma
Dropped:
15 Georgia Tech
23 Texas State
Dropped:
25 Georgia
Dropped:
20 Oregon State
23 Auburn
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
22 Miami
25 New Mexico State
Dropped:
21 Sam Houston State
24 Ole Miss
25 Texas
Dropped:
20 Arkansas
25 Mississippi State
Dropped:
24 Appalachian State
25 Ole Miss
Dropped:
20 TCU
21 San Diego
22 Louisville
25 Arkansas
Dropped:
20 UCF
21 Arizona State
22 Vanderbilt
23 Miami
24 Pepperdine

Collegiate Baseball Poll[edit]

Preseason
Dec 19[35]
Week 1
Feb 20[36]
Week 2
Feb 27[37]
Week 3
Mar 5[38]
Week 4
Mar 12[39]
Week 5
Mar 19[40]
Week 6
Mar 26[41]
Week 7
Apr 2[42]
Week 8
Apr 9[43]
Week 9
Apr 16[44]
Week 10
Apr 23[45]
Week 11
Apr 30[46]
Week 12
May 7[47]
Week 13
May 14[48]
Week 14
May 21[49]
Week 15
May 28[50]
Week 16
June 5[51]
Week 17
June 11[52]
Week 18
1. Florida Florida (2–1) Florida (7–1) Florida (10–1) Florida (15–1) Florida (19–1) Florida (22–2) Kentucky (27–2) Kentucky (30–3) LSU (30–7) Kentucky (35–6) т Baylor (38–8) Florida State (39–7) Oregon (37–14) Oregon (41–14) LSU (43–16) LSU (46–16) Florida (47–18) Arizona (48–17) 1.
2. South Carolina South Carolina (3–0) South Carolina (6–0) South Carolina (9–1) South Carolina (13–1) Kentucky (21–0) Kentucky (24–1) Florida (24–4) Florida State (27–5) Kentucky (32–5) Baylor (35–7) т Florida State (36–7) Baylor (38–8) Kentucky (41–11) LSU (42–14) South Carolina (40–17) South Carolina (43–17) South Carolina (45–17) South Carolina (49–20) 2.
3. Stanford Stanford (3–0) Stanford (7–0) Stanford (10–1) Stanford (13–2) Stanford (13–2) Stanford (15–2) Florida State (24–4) LSU (25–7) Baylor (30–7) LSU (32–9) Kentucky (36–9) South Carolina (36–12) South Carolina (38–13) South Carolina (39–14) Florida (42–18) Florida (45–18) Florida State (48–15) Arkansas (46–22) 3.
4. North Carolina Texas A&M (3–0) Rice (8–0) Rice (11–1) North Carolina (13–2) Arkansas (19–2) Arkansas (22–3) UCLA (20–5) Florida (25–7) Florida (28–8) Florida (31–9) South Carolina (33–11) LSU (38–11) LSU (39–13) Florida (40–16) Florida State (43–15) Florida State (46–15) UCLA (47–14) Florida State (50–17) 4.
5. Texas Rice (3–0) Texas A&M (6–1) Texas A&M (11–1) Arkansas (14–2) Florida State (16–2) Florida State (21–3) Arizona (21–7) Baylor (25–7) Florida State (29–7) Florida State (33–7) LSU (35–10) Florida (35–13) Florida (38–14) Florida State (43–12) Baylor (44–140 Baylor (48–15) Arizona (43–17) UCLA (48–16) 5.
6. Texas A&M North Carolina (2–1) North Carolina (6–1) North Carolina (8–2) Florida State (14–1) South Carolina (15–4) North Carolina (18–5) North Carolina (22–6) Texas A&M (26–6) Oregon (24–10) Arizona (26–13) Arizona (29–13) Oregon (34–14) Florida State (40–10) Baylor (42–12) North Carolina (44–14) UCLA (45–14) Arkansas (44–20) Kent State (47–20) 6.
7. Rice Texas (2–1) Arkansas (7–1) Arkansas (11–2) Rice (13–4) North Carolina (16–4) Miami (19–5) LSU (22–6) Miami (24–8) UCLA (24–8) South Carolina (30–11) Oregon (30–13) Kentucky (37–11) Baylor (39–11) North Carolina (42–13) UCLA (42–14) Arizona (41–17) Stony Brook (52–13) Florida (47–20) 7.
8. Arkansas Arkansas (3–0) Miami (7–0) Florida State (9–1) Cal State Fullerton (10–5) LSU (16–4) Texas A&M (19–5) Baylor (22–7) Arizona (23–9) Arizona (24–11) Rice (30–12) Florida (33–12) Rice (33–13) Arizona (33–15) Arizona (36–16) Arizona (38–17) Oregon (45–17) Kent State (46–18) Stony Brook (52–15) 8.
9. Georgia Tech LSU (3–0) Georgia (7–0) Oregon (10–1) Texas A&M (13–3) Miami (16–4) NC State (16–5) Texas A&M (22–6) Arkansas (24–7) Texas A&M (28–8) Oregon (27–12) Rice (30–12) Cal State Fullerton (30–14) Rice (36–14) Rice (39–15) Rice (41–16) Stanford (41–16) LSU (47–18) LSU (47–18) 9.
10. TCU Georgia Tech (3–1) Florida State (6–1) Georgia Tech (10–2) LSU (13–3) Rice (15–6) Cal State Fullerton (14–8) Rice (21–9) Oregon (20–9) North Carolina (27–9) UCLA (26–10) Stanford (28–11) Arizona (30–15) North Carolina (38–13) UCLA (38–14) Oregon (42–17) NC State (43–18) Baylor (49–17) Baylor (49–17) 10.
11. St. John's Florida State (3–0) Arizona State (5–1) LSU (10–2) Miami (12–3) NC State (15–3) UCLA (17–4) Arkansas (22–6) UCLA (21–7) Rice (27–11) UCF (34–8) UCLA (28–12) UCLA (31–13) UCLA (35–13) Texas A&M (41–14) Texas A&M (42–17) Arkansas (42–19) Oregon (46–19) Oregon (46–19) 11.
12. LSU Miami (3–0) Georgia Tech (6–2) Cal State Fullerton (8–3) Oregon (12–3) Cal State Fullerton (12–7) LSU (18–6) Miami (21–7) North Carolina (23–9) UCF (30–8) Cal State Fullerton (26–13) Texas A&M (31–13) Texas A&M (34–14) Cal State Fullerton (32–15) Stanford (36–14) Stanford (38–16) Oklahoma (42–23) NC State (43–20) NC State (43–20) 12.
13. Florida State Arizona State (3–0) LSU (5–2) Arizona State (8–2) Arizona (13–2) Texas A&M (16–5) Rice (18–8) NC State (19–7) Rice (23–11) South Carolina (27–10) Stanford (25–10) Arkansas (31–13) Arkansas (34–15) Texas A&M (37–14) Kentucky (41–15) Kentucky (43–16) Kent State (44–17) Oklahoma (42–25) Oklahoma (42–25) 13.
14. Miami Georgia (3–0) Louisville (6–1) Miami (8–3) Stetson (12–3) Arizona (16–4) South Carolina (17–7) Oregon (18–8) Cal State Fullerton (21–10) Cal State Fullerton (23–12) Texas A&M (28–12) Cal State Fullerton (26–14) North Carolina (34–13) NC State (36–13) Arkansas (39–17) Cal State Fullerton (35–19) St. John's (40–21) Stanford (41–18) Stanford (41–18) 14.
15. Louisville TCU (1–1) Oregon (7–1) Georgia (10–2) Ole Miss (13–2) Stetson (15–4) Arizona (18–7) Cal State Fullerton (17–10) UCF (26–7) Miami (25–11) North Carolina (29–12) UCF (35–10) NC State (34–13) Stanford (32–14) Cal State Fullerton (33–18) NC State (39–17) TCU (40–20) St. John's (40–23) St. John's (40–23) 15.
16. Oklahoma Louisville (2–1) Oklahoma (4–2) Louisville (8–3) Kentucky (16–0) UCLA (15–4) Oregon (15–6) Stanford (16–6) Stanford (19–7) Arkansas (25–10) San Diego (31–9) North Carolina (30–13) Stanford (29–14) Arizona State (32–17) NC State (38–15) Purdue (44–12) Stony Brook (50–12) TCU (40–22) TCU (40–22) 16.
17. Arizona State Oklahoma (1–2) Cal State Fullerton (3–3) Oklahoma (7–3) UCLA (12–3) Oregon (13–5) Arizona State (15–8) UCF (23–6) NC State (21–9) San Diego (29–8) Purdue (31–6) NC State (30–12) UCF (37–11) Arkansas (35–17) Arizona State (35–18) Mississippi State (39–22) North Carolina (46–16) North Carolina (46–16) North Carolina (46–16) 17.
18. Georgia St. John's (1–2) Arizona (5–2) Arizona (8–2) Arizona State (10–4) Arizona State (12–7) Baylor (18–7) South Carolina (10–8) South Carolina (23–9) NC State (24–10) Texas (23–14) Purdue (34–7) San Diego (36–11) Purdue (39–10) Purdue (41–12) Oregon State (38–18) Rice (42–18) Rice (42–18) Rice (42–18) 18.
19. UCLA Cal State Fullerton (1–2) Stetson (6–1) Stetson (9–2) NC State (11–3) TCU (11–6) Texas (13–9) San Diego (23–7) San Diego (25–8) Stanford (22–9) Ole Miss (27–13) San Diego (33–11) Arizona State (29–17) UCF (40–12) UCF (41–14) Arkansas (39–19) Texas A&M (43–18) Texas A&M (43–18) Texas A&M (43–18) 19.
20. Arizona California (3–0) Clemson (4–2) Clemson (5–4) Georgia Tech (11–5) Georgia Tech (14–6) Louisville (18–6) New Mexico State (22–8) Sam Houston State (23–9) Sam Houston State (25–10) Arkansas (28–12) Texas (25–16) St. John's (31–17) San Diego (38–13) San Diego (39–13) Arizona State (36–20) Arizona State (36–20) Arizona State (36–20) Arizona State (36–20) 20.
21. Cal State Fullerton Oregon State (3–1) USC (7–0) Maryland (9–1) Oklahoma (11–5) Texas (10–8) UCF (19–6) Ole Miss (20–8) Ole Miss (21–10) Arizona State (23–13) NC State (26–12) Sam Houston State (31–12) Purdue (35–9) Texas (29–18) Mississippi State (34–21) UCF (43–15) Kentucky (45–18) Kentucky (45–18) Kentucky (45–18) 21.
22. California Arizona (2–1) Cal Poly (7–1) Ole Miss (9–2) Louisville (10–5) Louisville (14–6) Purdue (16–4) Purdue (20–5) Purdue (24–5) Purdue (28–5) Sam Houston State (28–11) Louisville (31–13) Oregon State (30–15) Oklahoma State (32–19) Texas (30–20) Miami (36–21) Cal State Fullerton (36–21) Cal State Fullerton (36–21) Cal State Fullerton (36–21) 22.
23. Vanderbilt Stetson (3–0) Ole Miss (5–1) Kentucky (11–0) Georgia (11–5) Georgia (15–6) Oregon State (15–7) Oregon State (17–8) New Mexico State (25–9) Texas (20–13) Oklahoma (26–14) Virginia (30–14–1) Virginia (31–14–1) Virginia (34–15–1) Miami (34–19) Oklahoma (38–22) Purdue (45–14) Purdue (45–14) Purdue (45–14) 23.
24. Oregon State Oregon (2–1) Texas Tech (7–1) Gonzaga (10–0) Wake Forest (14–4) Purdue (14–3) Auburn (15–9) Sam Houston State (19–9) Arizona State (19–12) Ole Miss (24–12) Miami (26–14) Coastal Carolina (30–13) Texas (27–18) Oklahoma (33–19) Virginia (36–16–1) Virginia (38–17–1) Mississippi State (40–24) Mississippi State (40–24) Mississippi State (40–24) 24.
25. Clemson Clemson (2–1) California (4–2) California (8–2) California (11–3) Oregon State (14–5) Coastal Carolina (16–6) Texas (15–11) Texas (17–12) New Mexico State (27–10) New Mexico State (30–11) Oklahoma State (26–17) Oklahoma State (28–18) Louisville (35–17) Oklahoma (35–21) Kent State (41–17) Oregon State (40–20) Oregon State (40–20) Oregon State (40–20) 25.
26. Stetson Baylor (3–0) Oregon State (5–3) Texas Tech (9–3) Purdue (11–1) Ole Miss (15–5) Georgia (17–8) Louisville (20–8) Louisville (23–9) Oklahoma (22–14) Louisville (28–12) Oklahoma (28–16 louisville (33–15) St. John's (32–19) Louisville (38–18) New Mexico (36–22) UCF (45–17) UCF (45–17) UCF (45–17) 26.
27. Oregon UC Irvine (3–0) Maryland (5–1) UCLA (8–3) Texas Tech (10–4) Baylor (14–7) Ole Miss (17–7) Auburn (17–11) Cal Poly (20–10) Louisville (25–11) TCU (23–14) TCU (26–15) Utah Valley (35–11) Utah Valley (39–11) Kent State (37–17) San Diego (40–15) Virginia (39–19–1) Virginia (39–19–1) Virginia (39–19–1) 27.
28. Baylor Southern Miss (2–1) UCLA (4–3) Oregon State (8–4) Oregon State (11–5) UCF (16–5) Sam Houston State (14–9) Coastal Carolina (18–8) Florida Atlantic (22–11) TCU (20–13) Oregon State (26–12) Arizona State (26–17) TCU (29–16) Oregon State (32–17) Oregon State (35–18) Vanderbilt (33–26) Pepperdine (36–23) Pepperdine (36–23) Pepperdine (36–23) 28.
29. UC Irvine College of Charleston (3–0) Baylor (6–2) Purdue (8–1) UCF (13–4) Appalachian State (17–3) Missouri State (19–6) UC Irvine (17–9) Virginia (21–10–1) Missouri State (27–10) Arizona State (24–16) Mississippi State (21–17) Coastal Carolina (32–14) TCU (32–16) TCU (35–17) St. John's (37–21) Appalachian State (41–18) Appalachian State (41–18) Appalachian State (41–18) 29.
30. Southern Miss Georgia Southern (3–0) College of Charleston (5–1) UCF (10–2) Texas State (11–4) Texas State (13–6) Saint Louis (19–5) Florida Atlantic (19–10) Appalachian State (24–6) Oregon State (23–11) Clemson (24–17) St. John's (28–16) Mississippi State (29–18) Ole Miss (34–18) Utah Valley (43–12) Georgia Tech (36–24) Louisville (41–22) Louisville (41–22) Louisville (41–22) 30.
Preseason
Dec 19[35]
Week 1
Feb 20[36]
Week 2
Feb 27[37]
Week 3
Mar 5[38]
Week 4
Mar 12[39]
Week 5
Mar 19[40]
Week 6
Mar 26[41]
Week 7
Apr 2[42]
Week 8
Apr 9[43]
Week 9
Apr 16[44]
Week 10
Apr 23[45]
Week 11
Apr 30[46]
Week 12
May 7[47]
Week 13
May 14[48]
Week 14
May 21[49]
Week 15
May 28[50]
Week 16
June 5[51]
Week 17
June 11[52]
Week 18
Dropped:
19 UCLA (1–2)
23 Vanderbilt (0–3)
Dropped:
7 Texas
15 TCU
18 St. John's
27 UC Irvine
28 Southern Miss
30 Georgia Southern
Dropped:
21 USC
22 Cal Poly
29 Baylor
30 College of Charleston
Dropped:
20 Clemson
21 Maryland
24 Gonzaga
Dropped:
21 Oklahoma
24 Wake Forest
25 California
27 Texas Tech
Dropped:
15 Stetson
19 TCU
20 Georgia Tech
29 Appalachian State
30 Texas State
Dropped:
17 Arizona State
26 Georgia
29 Missouri State
30 Saint Louis
Dropped:
23 Oregon State
27 Auburn
28 Coastal Carolina
29 UC Irvine
Dropped:
27 Cal Poly
28 Florida Atlantic
29 Virginia
30 Appalachian State
Dropped:
29 Missouri State
Dropped:
19 Ole Miss
24 Miami
25 New Mexico State
28 Oregon State
30 Clemson
Dropped:
21 Sam Houston State
26 Oklahoma
Dropped:
29 Coastal Carolina
30 Mississippi State
Dropped:
22 Oklahoma State
26 St. John's
30 Ole Miss
Dropped:
22 Texas
26 Louisville
29 TCU
30 Utah Valley
Dropped:
22 Miami
26 New Mexico
27 San Diego
28 Vanderbilt
30 Georgia Tech
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None

The Collegiate Baseball Preseason poll ranks the top 40 teams, while each subsequent week ranks the top 30. This table shows only the top 30.

NCBWA Poll[edit]

Preseason
Jan 27[53]
Week 1
Feb 20[54]
Week 2
Feb 27[55]
Week 3
Mar 5[56]
Week 4
Mar 12[57]
Week 5
Mar 19[58]
Week 6
Mar 26[59]
Week 7
Apr 2[60]
Week 8
Apr 9[61]
Week 9
Apr 16[62]
Week 10
Apr 23[63]
Week 11
Apr 30[64]
Week 12
May 7[65]
Week 13
May 14[66]
Week 14
May 21[67]
Week 15
May 28[68]
Week 16
June 5[69]
Week 17
June 11[70]
Week 18
June 26[71]
1. Florida Florida Florida (7–1) Florida (10–1) Florida (15–1) Florida (19–1) Florida (22–2) Florida (24–4) Florida State (27–5) Florida (28–8) Florida State (33–7) Florida State (36–7) Florida State (39–7) South Carolina (38–13) Florida State (43–12) Florida (42–18) Florida (3–0) Florida (47–18) Arizona (48–17) 1.
2. South Carolina South Carolina Stanford (7–0) Stanford (10–1) Stanford (13–2) Stanford (13–2) Stanford (15–2) Florida State (24–4) Texas A&M (26–6) Florida State (29–7) Florida (31–9) Baylor (38–8) Baylor (38–8) Florida (38–14) Florida (40–16) Baylor (44–14) Florida State (3–0) Florida State (48–15) South Carolina (49–20) 2.
3. North Carolina Stanford South Carolina (6–0) South Carolina (9–1) South Carolina (13–1) Arkansas (19–2) Arkansas (22–3) North Carolina (22–6) Kentucky (30–3) Kentucky (32–5) Kentucky (35–6) South Carolina (33–11) South Carolina (36–12) Florida State (40–10) Baylor (42–12) Florida State (43–15) Baylor (4–1) UCLA (47–14) Arkansas (46–22) 3.
4. Stanford Texas A&M Rice (8–0) Rice (11–1) North Carolina (13–2) Florida State (16–2) Florida State (21–3) Texas A&M (22–6) Florida (25–7) Texas A&M (28–8) South Carolina (30–11) LSU (35–10) LSU (38–11) Rice (36–14) Rice (39–15) North Carolina (44–14) UCLA (3–0) South Carolina (45–17) Florida State (50–17) 4.
5. Texas A&M Arkansas Texas A&M (6–1) Texas A&M (11–1) Arkansas (14–2) North Carolina (16–4) North Carolina (18–5) UCLA (20–5) Stanford (19–7) LSU (30–7) Baylor (35–7) Florida (33–12) Florida (35–13) Baylor (39–11) South Carolina (39–15) UCLA (42–14) South Carolina (3–0) Arizona (43–17) UCLA (48–16) 5.
6. Arkansas North Carolina North Carolina (5–1) North Carolina (8–2) Florida State (14–1) South Carolina (15–4) Miami (19–5) Stanford (16–6) Miami (24–8) South Carolina (27–10) LSU (32–9) Stanford (28–11) Rice (33–13) Texas A&M (37–14) Texas A&M (41–14) South Carolina (40–17) LSU (46–16) Arkansas (44–20) Florida (47–20) 6.
7. Texas Rice Arkansas (7–1) Arkansas (11–2) Rice (13–4) Miami (16–4) Texas A&M (19–5) Kentucky (27–2) South Carolina (23–9) North Carolina (27–9) Stanford (25–10) Kentucky (36–9) Texas A&M (34–14) North Carolina (38–13) LSU (42–14) Rice (40–17) Stanford (41–16) Stony Brook (52–13) Kent State (47–20) 7.
8. Rice Florida State Florida State (6–1) Florida State (9–1) Texas A&M (13–3) Texas A&M (16–5) UCLA (17–4) South Carolina (20–8) LSU (25–7) Stanford (22–9) UCF (34–8) Rice (30–12) North Carolina (34–13) Kentucky (41–11) North Carolina (42–13) LSU (43–16) Oregon (41–16) Baylor (49–17) Stony Brook (52–15) 8.
9. Georgia Tech Texas Georgia Tech (6–2) Georgia Tech (10–2) Arizona (13–2) Rice (15–6) South Carolina (17–7) Miami (21–7) North Carolina (23–9) UCLA (24–8) Rice (30–12) Texas A&M (31–13) Kentucky (37–11) LSU (39–13) Oregon (41–14) Texas A&M (42–16) Arizona (41–17) Kent State (46–18) Baylor (49–17) 9.
10. Florida State LSU Miami (7–0) Arizona State (8–2) Cal State Fullerton (10–5) Arizona (16–4) Kentucky (24–1) Arizona (21–7) Arkansas (24–7) UCF (30–8) Texas A&M (28–12) North Carolina (30–13) Oregon (34–14) Oregon (37–14) UCLA (38–14) Stanford (38–16) Arkansas (42–19) LSU (47–18) LSU (47–18) 10.
11. Vanderbilt Georgia Tech Arizona State (5–1) Cal State Fullerton (8–3) Miami (12–3) UCLA (15–4) Rice (18–8) Arkansas (22–6) UCLA (21–7) Miami (25–11) North Carolina (29–12) Purdue (34–7) Stanford (29–14) Stanford (32–14) Stanford (36–14) Oregon (42–17) NC State (43–18) Oregon (46–19) Oregon (46–19) 11.
12. LSU Arizona State Georgia (7–0) Arizona (8–2) Arizona State (10–4) LSU (16–4) Cal State Fullerton (14–8) LSU (22–6) Arizona (23–9) Rice (27–11) UCLA (26–10) Oregon (30–13) UCLA (31–13) UCLA (35–13) Kentucky (41–15) Kentucky (43–16) North Carolina (46–16) Stanford (41–18) Stanford (41–18) 12.
13. TCU Miami Clemson (4–2) Georgia (10–2) LSU (13–3) Kentucky (21–0) Arizona (18–7) Rice (21–9) UCF (26–7) Baylor (30–7) Purdue (31–6) UCF (35–10) UCF (37–11) UCF (40–12) Arizona (36–16) Arizona (38–17) Oklahoma (42–23) NC State (43–20) NC State (43–20) 13.
14. Oklahoma TCU Arizona (5–2) Miami (8–3) UCLA (12–3) Cal State Fullerton (12–7) LSU (18–6) UCF (23–6) Cal State Fullerton (21–10) Oregon (24–10) Oregon (27–12) Arkansas (31–13) Purdue (35–9) Purdue (39–10) Arkansas (39–17) Purdue (44–12) Rice (41–19) Oklahoma (42–25) Oklahoma (42–25) 14.
15. Arizona State Clemson Cal State Fullerton (3–3) LSU (10–2) Georgia Tech (11–5) Georgia Tech (14–6) Arizona State (15–8) Cal State Fullerton (17–10) Rice (23–11) Arkansas (25–10) Miami (26–14) UCLA (28–12) Cal State Fullerton (30–14) Cal State Fullerton (32–15) Purdue (41–12) UCF (43–15) TCU (40–20) North Carolina (46–16) North Carolina (46–16) 15.
16. Miami Vanderbilt LSU (5–2) Oklahoma (7–3) Ole Miss (13–2) Oregon State (14–5) UCF (19–6) Ole Miss (20–8) Oregon (20–9) Arizona (24–11) Cal State Fullerton (26–13) Arizona (29–13) Arkansas (34–15) NC State (36–13) UCF (41–14) Virginia (38–17–1) Texas A&M (43–18) TCU (40–22) TCU (40–22) 16.
17. Clemson Georgia Oklahoma (4–2) Clemson (5–4) Oklahoma (11–5) Georgia (15–6) Louisville (18–6) Oregon State (17–8) Baylor (25–7) Purdue (28–5) Arkansas (28–12) Cal State Fullerton (26–14) NC State (33–12) Arizona (33–15) NC State (38–15) Oregon State (38–18) Kentucky (45–18) St. John's (40–23) St. John's (40–23) 17.
18. Arizona Arizona Texas (2–5) Oregon (10–1) Georgia (11–5) Arizona State (12–7) Georgia (17–8) Louisville (20–8) Purdue (24–5) Cal State Fullerton (23–12) Arizona (26–13) Louisville (31–13) Oregon State (30–15) Arkansas (35–17) Virginia (36–16–1) Cal State Fullerton (35–19) Stony Brook (50–12) Rice (41–19) Rice (41–19) 18.
19. Cal State Fullerton Cal State Fullerton Louisville (6–1) Ole Miss (9–2) Oregon State (11–5) UCF (16–5) Oregon State (15–7) Oregon (18–8) Louisville (23–9) Arizona State (23–13) Oregon State 926–12) Miami (27–16) Arizona (30–15) Virginia (34–15–1) Cal State Fullerton (33–18) NC State (39–17) UCF (45–17) Texas A&M (43–18) Texas A&M (43–18) 19.
20. UCLA Oregon State Virginia (5–1–1) UCLA (8–3) Oregon (12–3) Ole Miss (15–5) Oregon (15–6) Purdue (20–5) Ole Miss (21–10) Oregon State (23–11) Louisville (28–12) NC State (20–12) Miami (30–17) Oregon State (32–17) Oregon State (35–18) Arkansas (39–19) St. John's (40–21) Kentucky (45–18) Kentucky (45–18) 20.
21. Georgia UC Irvine TCU (2–4) UCF (10–2) California (11–3) Louisville (14–6) Georgia Tech (15–9) Baylor (22–7) Arizona State (19–12) San Diego (29–8) Ole Miss (27–13) Oregon State (28–14) Virginia (31–15–1) Miami (32–18) Miami (34–19) Mississippi State (39–22) Oregon State (40–20) UCF (45–17) UCF (45–17) 21.
22. Oregon State Oklahoma Ole Miss (5–1) Oregon State (8–4) UCF (13–4) Oregon (13–5) Ole Miss (17–7) Oklahoma (18–11) Oregon State (18–11) Louisville (25–11) San Diego (31–9) Virginia (30–14–1) Louisville (33–15) Arizona State (32–17) Arizona State (35–18) Miami (36–21) Kent State (44–17) Oregon State (40–20) Oregon State (40–20) 22.
23. Virginia California Oregon (7–1) Louisville (8–3) Clemson (6–7) Clemson (9–8) Texas (13–9) Arizona State (16–12) Virginia (21–10–1) Ole Miss (24–12) Arizona State (24–16) Arizona State (26–17) Arizona State (29–17) Ole Miss (34–18) Louisville (38–18) Arizona State (36–20) Purdue (45–14) Purdue (45–14) Purdue (45–14) 23.
24. UC Irvine UCF Oregon State (5–3) California (8–2) Kentucky (16–0) TCU (11–6) Oklahoma (15–10) Georgia Tech (18–11) San Diego (25–8) NC State (24–10) Texas (23–14) San Diego (33–11) San Diego (36–11) Louisville (35–17) TCU (35–17) Oklahoma (38–22) Virginia (39–19–1) Virginia (39–19–1) Virginia (39–19–1) 24.
25. Louisville Louisville UCLA (5–3) Texas (4–7) Louisville (10–5) Texas (10–8) Purdue (16–4) Georgia (18–11) Texas (17–12) Texas (20–13) NC State (26–12) Sam Houston State (31–12) Ole Miss (31–18) TCU (32–16) San Diego (39–13) Louisville (39–20) Cal State Fullerton (36–21) Cal State Fullerton (36–21) Cal State Fullerton (36–21) 25.
26. California Virginia UCF (5–2) TCU (4–6) Virginia (9–5–1) NC State(15–3) Virginia (15–8–1) NC State (19–7) NC State (21–9) Georgia (22–14) Virginia (26–14–1) Ole Miss (28–16) TCU (29–16) San Diego (38–13) Mississippi State (34–21) TCU (36–19) Arizona State (36–20) Arizona State (36–20) Arizona State (36–20) 26.
27. St. John's UCLA Baylor (6–2) Virginia (6–4–1) USC (12–3) Oklahoma (11–9) NC State (16–5) Texas (15–11) Appalachian State (24–6) Virginia (23–13–1) Sam Houston State (28–11) Texas (25–16) Dallas Baptist (34–14) Texas (29–18) Utah Valley (43–12) Utah Valley (47–12) Vanderbilt (35–28) Vanderbilt (35–28) Vanderbilt (35–28) 27.
28. UCF Ole Miss California (4–2) Baylor (9–4) Purdue (11–1) Purdue (14–3) Baylor (18–7) San Diego (23–7) Georgia (19–13) Sam Houston State (25–10) Georgia (24–17) Appalachian State (32–9) Texas (27–18) Oklahoma (33–19) Oklahoma (35–21) San Diego (40–15) Mississippi State (40–24) Louisville (41–22) Louisville (41–22) 28.
29. Southern Miss Baylor USC (7–0) Gonzaga (10–0) TCU (6–6) California (11–7) San Diego (20–6) Virginia (18–10) Sam Houston State (23–9) East Carolina (25–10–1) New Mexico State (30–11) TCU (26–15) Sam Houston State (32–15) Sam Houston State (34–16) Ole Miss (34–22) Stony Brook (46–11) Louisville (41–22) Utah Valley (47–12) Utah Valley (47–12) 29.
30. Ole Miss Southern Miss UC Irvine (4–3) Maryland (9–1) Texas (6–8) Virginia (11–7–1) Coastal Carolina (16–6) Appalachian State (22–5) East Carolina (22–8–1) Gonzaga (25–9) Army (33–9) Stony Brook (34–10) East Carolina (31–16–1) Utah Valley (39–11) Stony Brook (43–11) Vanderbilt (33–26) Utah Valley (47–12) Mississippi State (40–24) Mississippi State (40–24) 30.
Preseason
Jan 27[53]
Week 1
Feb 20[54]
Week 2
Feb 27[55]
Week 3
Mar 5[56]
Week 4
Mar 12[57]
Week 5
Mar 19[58]
Week 6
Mar 26[59]
Week 7
Apr 2[60]
Week 8
Apr 9[61]
Week 9
Apr 16[62]
Week 10
Apr 23[63]
Week 11
Apr 30[64]
Week 12
May 7[65]
Week 13
May 14[66]
Week 14
May 21[67]
Week 15
May 28[68]
Week 16
June 5[69]
Week 17
June 11[70]
Week 18
June 26[71]
Dropped:
27 St. John's
Dropped:
16 Vanderbilt
30 Southern Miss
Dropped:
29 USC
30 UC Irvine
Dropped:
28 Baylor
29 Gonzaga
30 Maryland
Dropped:
27 USC
Dropped:
23 Clemson
24 TCU
29 California
Dropped:
30 Coastal Carolina
Dropped:
22 Oklahoma
24 Georgia Tech
Dropped:
27 Appalachian State
Dropped:
29 East Carolina
30 Gonzaga
Dropped:
28 Georgia
29 New Mexico
30 Army
Dropped:
28 Appalachian State
30 Stony Brook
Dropped:
27 Dallas Baptist
30 East Carolina
Dropped:
27 Texas
29 Sam Houston State
Dropped:
29 Ole Miss
Dropped:
22 Miami
28 San Diego
Dropped:
None
Dropped:
None

The NCBWA Preseason Poll ranks the top 35 teams, while each subsequent week ranks the top 30. This table only shows the top 30 of the Preseason Poll

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