NCAA Division 2 Baseball Rankings – March 2

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The NCAA Division 2 college baseball rankings are out for March 2, 2009. 

  • College Baseball News has a tie at the top of the rankings as both Cal State Stanislaus and Southern Arkansas are tied for #1.  There is still a lot of movement in the rankings as previous #1, Lynn University, dropped to #12 after losing 2 games and teams like Tampa (#9 last week) and Cameron (#11 last week) have dropped all the way out of the Top 30.  The Northern Sun Conference’s Wayne State (3-1) has jumped back into the poll at #24.  College Baseball News Rankings
  • Ping!Baseball continues to recognize Southern Arkansas as the #1 team.  They did split this week with Culver-Stockton but did so in dramatic fashion as they got a no-hitter from pitcher, Hayden Simpson, who came within 1 out of a perfect game.  There are no Northern Sun Conference schools in the Ping rankings.  Ping!Baseball Rankings

Tomorrow will see the first release of the National College Baseball Writers Association poll.  Once that has been released, Northern Sun Baseball will be publishing our consolidated rankings that combines all 3 polls.  Check back for that tomorrow.

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3 Responses to “NCAA Division 2 Baseball Rankings – March 2”


  1. 1 SCSU March 2, 2009 at 4:47 pm

    St. Cloud State also received a vote, yes just 1, haha, in the collegiate baseball news poll

  2. 2 SCSU March 2, 2009 at 4:49 pm

    whoops, i take that back!


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