Where does FSU Baseball Stand: Postseason

Florida State was in good shape for a national seed until last week's collapse against Clemson. Where do the Seminoles stand now?


D1Baseball: 13th (8th)

NCBWA: 16th (9th)

Coaches Poll: 14th (8th)

Baseball America: 17th (9th)

Collegiate Baseball: 10 (8th)

RPI: 14th


Batting Average: 233rd (.258)

Walks: 1st (338)

ERA: 94th (3.95)

Fielding Percentage: 200th (.963)

Home Runs: 18th (53)

OBP: 19th (.391)

Runs Per Game: 27th (6.9)

Where they stand

Getting swept at home by Clemson wasn’t how Florida State wanted to end the season, and it probably cost them a national seed in the process. Current projections from D1 Baseball have the Seminoles outside the Top-8 seeds paired with the Florida regional. Florida State took the season series from the Gators 2-1, but were dominated in their only game in Gainesville.

If the Seminoles want to get back into contention for a national seed they will need a very strong showing in the ACC tournament. They will play Clemson, for the fourth straight game, in their first game, the winner of the play in game between North Carolina and Virginia Tech in the second, and No. 1 seed Louisville in the final game of the round robin. At the very least the Seminoles will need to take two of three, including Louisville, and win their side of the bracket. Even then it is uncertain whether or not the Seminoles would earn back the national seed. Still, it may be good for this team to feel slighted and have to travel to a super regional. They play better when they have something extra to play for.

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