The next four teams remained the same: Florida, Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Rice. Tennessee moved up to No. 6, replacing Oregon State, which slipped two spots to No. 8 after losing a series at Pepperdine.
Nebraska entered the Top 25 for the first time following a 3-1 opening week that included a win against North Carolina State, which is ranked 20th this week. Stanford, which opened the year 3-0, has lost three of its last five games and dropped out of the rankings.
The staff of Baseball America determines the Top 25 rankings. Records indicated are through games of Feb. 19 and do not include ties.
|3. Georgia Tech||6-0||4-0||3|
|4. North Carolina||3-0||3-0||4|
|8. Oregon State||3-3||1-2||6|
|9. Cal State Fullerton||5-4||2-1||9|
|11. Mississippi State||0-0||0-0||11|
|13. South Carolina||5-1||3-0||13|
|14. Florida State||7-1||3-0||14|
|15. San Diego||7-2||2-1||15|
|18. Long Beach State||6-4||2-2||19|
|19. Louisiana State||6-1||4-0||20|
|20. North Carolina State||8-1||2-1||21|
|21. Texas Christian||4-3||2-2||18|
|22. Cal Poly||9-3||2-1||22|
|24. Southern California||7-4||3-1||25|
|Dropped Out: Stanford (24).|