Baseball Polls (4/26)

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Link: D1Baseball Top 25 (4/26)

1. Arkansas (32-7)
2. Vanderbilt (31-7)
3. Texas (33-9)
4. Tennessee (32-9)
5. TCU (29-10)
6. Mississippi State (29-10)
7. Louisville (23-11)
8. Notre Dame (20-8)
9. Oregon (24-9)
10. East Carolina (28-7)
11. Texas Tech (27-10)
12. Arizona (27-11)
13. South Carolina (25-12)
14. Florida (28-12)
15. Charlotte (29-11)
16. Louisiana Tech (28-11)
17. Pittsburgh (20-11)
18. Stanford (22-7)
19. Mississippi (28-12)
20. Florida State (20-15)
21. Gonzaga (26-13)
22. Nebraska (20-7)
23. Southern Mississippi (26-13)
24. UC-Irvine (24-12)
25. Old Dominion (28-10)

Dropped Out
Indiana State (#21), Virginia Tech (#22), Michigan (#23), Oklahoma State (#24)
 
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Link: Baseball America Top 25 (4/26)

1. Arkansas (32-7)
2. Vanderbilt (31-7)
3. Texas (33-9)
4. Mississippi State (29-10)
5. Louisville (23-11)
6. Notre Dame (20-8)
7. Tennessee (32-9)
8. East Carolina (28-7)
9. TCU (29-10)
10. Arizona (27-11)
11. Oregon (22-8)
12. South Carolina (25-12)
13. Texas Tech (27-10)
14. Pittsburgh (20-11)
15. Florida State (20-15)
16. Florida (28-12)
17. Mississippi (28-12)
18. Louisiana Tech (28-11)
19. Charlotte (29-11)
20. UC-Irvine (21-11)
21. Stanford (22-7)
22. Georgia (26-13)
23. Fairfield (25-0)
24. Nebraska (20-7)
25. Virginia Tech (21-15)

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24. Nebraska

Last Week:
2-1
Overall: 20-7, 20-7 in Big Ten (0-0 vs. Top 25)
Results: April 23-25: at Michigan State : W 4-0, L 2-4, W 9-6 (12)
Upcoming: April 30-May 2: vs. Rutgers

Nebraska, which leads the Big Ten, jumps into the rankings for the first time this season coming off a series win at Michigan State. To begin the series, lefthander Cade Povich was excellent, throwing seven scoreless innings with four hits and four walks allowed. Offensively, the Huskers made the most of a seven-hit output, scoring four runs, two each in the fourth and fifth innings. To finish off the series win, the Huskers won a Sunday marathon. With the teams tied 3-3 after the ninth inning, the bullpens took over until the top of the 12th, when Nebraska scored three runs, one on a Max Anderson single and two on a two-RBI single from Efry Cervantes. Koty Frank and Spencer Schwellenbach were great in relief, throwing seven combined scoreless innings. Schwellenbach has yet to allow a run on the mound this season in 14 innings of work.
 

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Link: Perfect Game Top 25 (4/26)

1. Arkansas (32-7)
2. Texas (33-9)
3. Vanderbilt (31-7)
4. Louisville (23-11)
5. Mississippi State (28-10)
6. Notre Dame (20-8)
7. Tennessee (32-9)
8. TCU (29-10)
9. East Carolina (28-7)
10. South Carolina (27-12)
11. Arizona (27-11)
12. Oregon (24-9)
13. Florida (28-12)
14. Texas Tech (27-10)
15. Florida State (20-15)
16. Stanford (22-7)
17. Charlotte (29-11)
18. UC-Irvine (24-12)
19. Nebraska (20-7)
20. Indiana (18-8)
21. Liberty (27-10)
22. Mississippi (28-12)
23. Pittsburgh (20-11)
24. Georgia Tech (19-16)
25. Tulane (21-13)

Also Considered
Dallas Baptist, Georgia, Gonzaga, San Diego State

Dropped Out
Michigan (#18)
, Indiana State (#19), Louisiana Tech (#21), Oklahoma State (#24), Virginia Tech (#25)
 

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Link: College Baseball Newspaper Top 30 (4/26)

1. Arkansas (32-7)
2. Vanderbilt (31-7)
3. Texas (33-9)
4. Mississippi State (29-10)
5. TCU (29-10)
6. Tennessee (32-9)
7. South Carolina (25-12)
8. Louisville (23-11)
9. Florida (28-12)
10. Arizona (27-11)
11. Oregon (24-9)
12. Mississippi (28-12)
13. Stanford (22-7)
14. Notre Dame (20-8)
15. Texas Tech (27-10)
16. East Carolina (28-7)
17. Pittsburgh (20-11)
18. Oklahoma State (24-12-1)
19. UCLA (23-13)
20. Georgia (26-13)
21. Nebraska (20-7)
22. Michigan (19-9)
23. UC-Irvine (24-12)
24. Oregon State (26-12)
25. Charlotte (29-11)
26. Arizona State (22-13)
27. UC-Santa Barbara (26-12)
28. Fairfield (25-0)
29. Tulane (21-13)
30. South Alabama (24-13)
 

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Link: USA Today Coaches Poll (4/26)

1. Arkansas (28) (32-7)
2. Vanderbilt (4) (31-7)
3. Texas (33-9)
4. Tennessee (32-9)
5. Mississippi State (29-10)
6. TCU (29-10)
7. Louisville (23-11)
8. Oregon (24-9)
9. Notre Dame (20-8)
10. East Carolina (28-7)
11. Texas Tech (27-10)
12. Florida (28-12)
13. Arizona (27-11)
14. Mississippi (28-12)
15. South Carolina (25-12)
16. Stanford (22-7)
17. Charlotte (29-11)
18. Louisiana Tech (28-11)
19. Pittsburgh (20-11)
20. Oklahoma State (24-12-1)
21. Florida State (20-15)
22. Southern Mississippi (26-13)
23. Georgia (26-13)
24. Nebraska (20-7)
25. Old Dominion (28-10)

Dropped Out
Virginia Tech (#22), Michigan (#23), Indiana State (#24), Miami (FL) (#25)

Also Receiving Votes
Oregon State, UCLA, Gonzaga, Fairfield, UC-Irvine, Miami (FL), UC-Santa Barbara, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech, Liberty, Baylor, Michigan, LSU, Indiana State, Dallas Baptist, Arizona State, South Carolina-Upstate, Tulane, Indiana, San Diego, Wright State, Ball State
 

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Link: College Baseball Newspaper Top 30 (4/26)

1. Arkansas (32-7)
2. Vanderbilt (31-7)
3. Texas (33-9)
4. Mississippi State (29-10)
5. TCU (29-10)
6. Tennessee (32-9)
7. South Carolina (25-12)
8. Louisville (23-11)
9. Florida (28-12)
10. Arizona (27-11)
11. Oregon (24-9)
12. Mississippi (28-12)
13. Stanford (22-7)
14. Notre Dame (20-8)
15. Texas Tech (27-10)
16. East Carolina (28-7)
17. Pittsburgh (20-11)
18. Oklahoma State (24-12-1)
19. UCLA (23-13)
20. Georgia (26-13)
21. Nebraska (20-7)
22. Michigan (19-9)

23. UC-Irvine (24-12)
24. Oregon State (26-12)
25. Charlotte (29-11)
26. Arizona State (22-13)
27. UC-Santa Barbara (26-12)
28. Fairfield (25-0)
29. Tulane (21-13)
30. South Alabama (24-13)

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Link: Perfect Game Top 25 (4/26)

1. Arkansas (32-7)
2. Texas (33-9)
3. Vanderbilt (31-7)
4. Louisville (23-11)
5. Mississippi State (28-10)
6. Notre Dame (20-8)
7. Tennessee (32-9)
8. TCU (29-10)
9. East Carolina (28-7)
10. South Carolina (27-12)
11. Arizona (27-11)
12. Oregon (24-9)
13. Florida (28-12)
14. Texas Tech (27-10)
15. Florida State (20-15)
16. Stanford (22-7)
17. Charlotte (29-11)
18. UC-Irvine (24-12)
19. Nebraska (20-7)
20. Indiana (18-8)

21. Liberty (27-10)
22. Mississippi (28-12)
23. Pittsburgh (20-11)
24. Georgia Tech (19-16)
25. Tulane (21-13)

Also Considered
Dallas Baptist, Georgia, Gonzaga, San Diego State

Dropped Out
Michigan (#18)
, Indiana State (#19), Louisiana Tech (#21), Oklahoma State (#24), Virginia Tech (#25)

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Link: Baseball America Top 25 (4/26)

1. Arkansas (32-7)
2. Vanderbilt (31-7)
3. Texas (33-9)
4. Mississippi State (29-10)
5. Louisville (23-11)
6. Notre Dame (20-8)
7. Tennessee (32-9)
8. East Carolina (28-7)
9. TCU (29-10)
10. Arizona (27-11)
11. Oregon (22-8)
12. South Carolina (25-12)
13. Texas Tech (27-10)
14. Pittsburgh (20-11)
15. Florida State (20-15)
16. Florida (28-12)
17. Mississippi (28-12)
18. Louisiana Tech (28-11)
19. Charlotte (29-11)
20. UC-Irvine (21-11)
21. Stanford (22-7)
22. Georgia (26-13)
23. Fairfield (25-0)
24. Nebraska (20-7)
25. Virginia Tech (21-15)


24. Nebraska
Last Week:
2-1
Overall: 20-7, 20-7 in Big Ten (0-0 vs. Top 25)
Results: April 23-25: at Michigan State : W 4-0, L 2-4, W 9-6 (12)
Upcoming: April 30-May 2: vs. Rutgers

Nebraska, which leads the Big Ten, jumps into the rankings for the first time this season coming off a series win at Michigan State. To begin the series, lefthander Cade Povich was excellent, throwing seven scoreless innings with four hits and four walks allowed. Offensively, the Huskers made the most of a seven-hit output, scoring four runs, two each in the fourth and fifth innings. To finish off the series win, the Huskers won a Sunday marathon. With the teams tied 3-3 after the ninth inning, the bullpens took over until the top of the 12th, when Nebraska scored three runs, one on a Max Anderson single and two on a two-RBI single from Efry Cervantes. Koty Frank and Spencer Schwellenbach were great in relief, throwing seven combined scoreless innings. Schwellenbach has yet to allow a run on the mound this season in 14 innings of work.

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Link: D1Baseball Top 25 (4/26)

1. Arkansas (32-7)
2. Vanderbilt (31-7)
3. Texas (33-9)
4. Tennessee (32-9)
5. TCU (29-10)
6. Mississippi State (29-10)
7. Louisville (23-11)
8. Notre Dame (20-8)
9. Oregon (24-9)
10. East Carolina (28-7)
11. Texas Tech (27-10)
12. Arizona (27-11)
13. South Carolina (25-12)
14. Florida (28-12)
15. Charlotte (29-11)
16. Louisiana Tech (28-11)
17. Pittsburgh (20-11)
18. Stanford (22-7)
19. Mississippi (28-12)
20. Florida State (20-15)
21. Gonzaga (26-13)
22. Nebraska (20-7)
23. Southern Mississippi (26-13)
24. UC-Irvine (24-12)
25. Old Dominion (28-10)

Dropped Out
Indiana State (#21), Virginia Tech (#22), Michigan (#23), Oklahoma State (#24)

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Link: USA Today Coaches Poll (4/26)

1. Arkansas (28) (32-7)
2. Vanderbilt (4) (31-7)
3. Texas (33-9)
4. Tennessee (32-9)
5. Mississippi State (29-10)
6. TCU (29-10)
7. Louisville (23-11)
8. Oregon (24-9)
9. Notre Dame (20-8)
10. East Carolina (28-7)
11. Texas Tech (27-10)
12. Florida (28-12)
13. Arizona (27-11)
14. Mississippi (28-12)
15. South Carolina (25-12)
16. Stanford (22-7)
17. Charlotte (29-11)
18. Louisiana Tech (28-11)
19. Pittsburgh (20-11)
20. Oklahoma State (24-12-1)
21. Florida State (20-15)
22. Southern Mississippi (26-13)
23. Georgia (26-13)
24. Nebraska (20-7)
25. Old Dominion (28-10)

Dropped Out
Virginia Tech (#22), Michigan (#23), Indiana State (#24), Miami (FL) (#25)

Also Receiving Votes
Oregon State, UCLA, Gonzaga, Fairfield, UC-Irvine, Miami (FL), UC-Santa Barbara, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech, Liberty, Baylor, Michigan, LSU, Indiana State, Dallas Baptist, Arizona State, South Carolina-Upstate, Tulane, Indiana, San Diego, Wright State, Ball State

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Link: NCBWA Top 30 (4/26)

1. Arkansas (32-7)
2. Vanderbilt (31-7)
3. Texas (33-9)
4. Tennessee (32-9)
5. Mississippi State (29-10)
6. TCU (29-10)
7. East Carolina (28-7)
8. Florida (28-12)
9. Louisville (23-11)
10. Arizona (27-11)
11. Texas Tech (27-10)
12. Oregon (24-9)
13. Notre Dame (20-8)
14. South Carolina (25-12)
15. Mississippi (28-12)
16. Stanford (22-7)
17. Charlotte (29-11)
18. Louisiana Tech (28-11)
19. Oklahoma State (24-12-1)
20. Pittsburgh (20-11)
21. Georgia (26-13)
22. Oregon State (26-12)
23t. Old Dominion (28-10)
23t. UC-Irvine (24-12)
25. Florida State (20-15)
26. UCLA (23-13)
27. Gonzaga (26-13)
28. Michigan (19-9)
29. Nebraska (20-7)

30. UC-Santa Barbara (26-12)

Others Receiving Votes (listed alphabetically)
Alabama, Arizona State, Baylor, California Baptist, Dallas Baptist, Fairfield, Florida Atlantic, Georgia Southern, Georgia Tech, Grand Canyon, Indiana, Indiana State, Iowa, Jackson State, Kansas State, Kentucky, Liberty, LSU, Miami (FL), North Carolina State, San Diego, San Diego State, Southern Illinois, Southern Mississippi, Tulane, Virginia Tech, Wright State