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College Baseball Poll - Collegiate Baseball Newspaper

PRESS RELEASE

For Immediate Release: Monday (April 18, 2006)

WOOSTER NO. 1 IN COLLEGIATE BASEBALL NEWSPAPER NCAA Div. III POLL

Collegiate Baseball Newspaper's
NCAA Div. III Poll (As of April 18, 2006)
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Rank School Record Points Last Rank
  1. Wooster, OH 30-4 240   2
  2. New Jersey 23-4 223   3
  3. Cortland St., NY 24-5 218   4
  4. Salisbury, MD 27-5 211 13
  5. St. Scholastica, MN 25-3 207   5
  6. Chapman, CA 22-7 203   7
  7. Wheaton, MA 21-6 201 26
  8. Carthage, WI 19-6 177 22
  9. Emory, GA 29-6 171   1
10. St. Thomas, MN 20-6 169 12
11. Trinity, TX 29-9 144 20
12. Johns Hopkins, MD 22-4-2 142 21
13. Manchester, IN 23-5 140 11
14. Millsaps, MS 27-9 138
15. Western New England, MA 23-7 128
16. Central, IA 18-6 105
17. Stevens, NJ 21-6 102 25
18. Ripon, WI 19-3 101 30
19. Marietta, OH 20-5   90 19
20. Rowan, NJ 20-9   85   6
21. Redlands, CA 23-7   82 15
22. Aurora, IL 19-6   67
23. Mary Washington, VA 21-7   64   8
24. Ithaca, NY 19-6   54 17
25. Keene St., NH 20-9   47
26. North Carolina Wesleyan 26-16   43
27. St. Olaf, MN 17-5   37
28. Washington, MO 29-5   36
29. Washington & Jefferson, PA 19-5   29
30. Cal. St.-East Bay, CA 19-8   18

Also receiving votes and named on more than one ballot (alphabetically): Bowdoin (Maine), Franklin & Marshall (Pa.), George Fox (Ore.), Oneonta St. (N.Y.), William Paterson (N.J.), Wisc.-0shkosh.

 

 

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