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College Baseball Poll - Collegiate Baseball Newspaper

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release: Monday (March 26, 2001)

STANFORD NO. 1 IN COLLEGIATE BASEBALL NEWSPAPER (www.baseballnews.com) POLL

TUCSON, Ariz. — Stanford University (21-5) has been ranked No. 1 in the latest Collegiate Baseball newspaper NCAA Division I baseball poll after winning 19 of its last 21 games, including seven straight. The Cardinal swept a 3-game series against Washington over the past weekend. Rice slipped to second after posting a 4-1 week with a win over Baylor, a 3-game sweep of Fresno St. and a loss to Houston.

POLL NOTES: Several teams have been red-hot. Ohio St. has won 13 straight, Tennessee 14 of its last 15, South Alabama 14 in a row and The Citadel 14 of its last 15. Mississippi (21-6-1) has raced to a 7-2 record in the rugged Southeastern Conference and has swept back-to-back SEC series against Auburn and Alabama the last two weekends. It marks the first back-to-back SEC series sweeps for Ole Miss since 1972.

The Collegiate Baseball Newspaper poll is the oldest college baseball poll. Its birth took place during the 1957 college baseball season.

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Collegiate Baseball Newspaper's

NCAA Div. I Poll (As of March 26, 2001)

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Rank School (Record) Points Previous
  1. Stanford (21-5) 474   2
  2. Rice (25-6) 473   1
  3. Georgia Tech. (20-6) 470   4
  4. Arizona St. (20-6-1) 466   3
  5. Miami, Fla. (25-6) 462    6
  6. Tennessee (24-3) 457 11
  7. South Carolina (22-4) 456   7
  8. South Alabama (26-3) 454 13
  9. Louisiana St. (19-7-1) 450   9
10. Stetson (23-3) 448 14
11. Florida St. (23-6) 445 16
12. Southern Calif. (19-10) 444 12
13. Notre Dame (16-4-1) 439   8
14. Clemson (17-7) 438 10
15. Nebraska (17-7) 436   5
16. Mississippi (21-6-1) 433 19
17. East Carolina (22-5) 430 20
18. The Citadel (20-6) 424 21
19. Central Florida (24-7) 422 15
20. Pepperdine (18-9) 419 18
21. Baylor (21-8) 418 23
22. Texas (20-12) 417 25
23. Tulane (22-5) 416 27
24. Ohio St. (16-4) 413
25. Oklahoma St. (22-7) 412 17
26. Georgia (17-6) 411
27. Jacksonville (19-7) 410
28. UCLA (16-7) 409 28
29. Cal. St. Fullerton (15-10) 405 29
30. Va. Commonwealth (21-6) 403 30

 

"LOUISVILLE SLUGGER'S" NATIONAL PLAYERS OF THE WEEK

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RHP Chris Bradshaw, Texas Christian: Bradshaw hurled TCU's second 9-inning no-hitter in history to lead the Frogs to a 9-0 win over Hawaii-Hilo. He allowed only three base runners in the game, including two in the ninth. At one point in the game, he retired 20 consecutive hitters. He struck out 10 and walked none.

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RHP Mark Prior, Southern California: Prior struck out a career-high 15 University of Arizona batters in an 8-0 shutout. He scattered three hits and did not allow a walk. It marked his second consecutive complete game as he pitched only two batters over the minimum in the 9-inning contest. In his last four starts, he has struck out 52 batters with only one walk over 33 1/3 innings.

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RHP Scott Roehl, Arkansas: Roehl pitched a 9-inning no-hitter against Kansas State in a 2-0 victory. He struck out 5 and walked two. It marked the 11th no-hitter in Arkansas history and the first since the 1996 season.

bulletSS Jason Helps, Central Michigan: Helps had an amazing week as he belted 5 home runs in 7 games and knocked in 15 runs. He also scored 9 runs and cracked 2 doubles and 1 triple for good measure. In 40 chances in the field, he had no errors.
 

 

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