Tigers Fall to No. 21

Clemson is now ranked 21st in Collegiate Baseball Newspaper's weekly poll.

Florida State University (37-6) has been ranked No. 1 for the sixth straight week in Collegiate Baseball newspaper's NCAA Division I baseball poll.

The Seminoles won two of three over North Carolina last weekend and lead the Atlantic Coast Conference with a 15-3 record. FSU has won seven of its last nine games. The Seminoles are hitting .364 as a team and are averaging 9.3 runs per contest. The pitching staff has a 3.23 ERA with 341 strikeouts and 145 walks.

POLL NOTES: Several teams have been red hot led by UCLA. The Bruins have won seven straight and 14 of their last 16 games as the team sits at 8-1 in Pac-10 play. UCLA jumped from 24th to 18th this week. Another hot team is Cal. St. Fullerton which has won seven in a row. The Titans are first in the Big West Conference with a 7-2 record.

Georgia Tec is also coming on strong with 13 wins in its last 16 games while Houston has been on a roll in Conference USA games with a 9-3 record as the Cougars sit in second place. Over the past weekend, Houston swept a 3-game series at Tulane. Three teams fell out of the top 30 this week in N.C. State (1-3 last week), Tulane (1-3), and Cal Poly SLO (1-2).

Collegiate Baseball Newspaper's NCAA Div. I Poll
(As of April 23, 2007)
Rank School (Record)
1. Florida St. (37-6)
2. Vanderbilt (35-8)
3. Arkansas (32-11)
4. North Carolina (33-9)
5. Virginia (34-9)
6. Arizona St. (32-10)
7. Wichita St. (34-9)
8. Rice (33-11)
9. Texas (33-12)
10. South Carolina (31-10)
11. Oregon St. (31-8)
12. Arizona (31-9)
13. Oklahoma St. (31-10)
14. Ca. St. Fullerton (26-12)
15. Pepperdine (30-13)
16. San Diego (32-14)
17. Mississippi St. (25-10)
18. UCLA (22-16)
19. Georgia Tech. (26-14)
20. Michigan (26-8)
21. Clemson (26-13)
22. Texas A&M (32-10)
23. U.C. Irvine (28-11-1)
24. Stetson (32-11)
25. Mississippi (27-15)
26. N.C. Charlotte (32-7)
27. Texas Christian (30-10)
28. Houston (22-17)
29. Rutgers (24-14)
30. Col. of Charleston (31-10)

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