Texas A&M Baseball: Still No Aggies in D1 Baseball Top 25

Texas A&M baseball went 1-2 on the road at Vanderbilt this weekend. With a series against LSU looming, their ranking prospects hang in the balance.

The SEC doesn’t show up in the Week 6 rankings until LSU at No. 6. That’s a bit lower than one might expect given the strength of the conference. That said, some early season struggles, combined with some red hot teams around the country have shaken up the college baseball landscape early on this season.

Those non-SEC risers include Oregon State and Lousiville, which stayed atop this weeks rankings. The top four teams didn’t change week over week and much of the top 10 stayed the same. The Aggies might merit some “others receiving voters” conversation if they can take two of three on the road at Alex Box stadium this weekend, but they’re certainly not playing like a top 25 ballclub right now. The season is young.

March 27 – D1 Baseball Ranks

RankTeamOverall RecordRecord Last WeekPrevious Rank
1Oregon State20-13-01
3Texas Tech22-45-03
7South Carolina17-63-18
8North Carolina18-63-110
10Cal State Fullerton15-81-36
12Florida State18-74-013
14Florida Gulf Coast22-34-015
15St. John’s18-24-017
19Ole Miss15-91-314
21UL Lafayette13-92-316
23San Diego15-62-223
25Southern Miss19-53-1NR
Dropped Out

Some of the Biggest Movers

  • Arkansas rejoined the rankings after a week-long hiatus while Missouri suffered their first true setback of the SEC season and fell just out of the rankings this week.
  •  Two west coast clubs, Cal State Fullerton and Arizona tumbled a few spots lower. Both teams had losing weekends as conference play is just getting underway.
  • Clemson shut out Boston College twice in route to a 4-0 week. That earned them enough clout to rise all the way to  No. 5 in the nation.

***Ranks from D1Baseball.com***