NCAA Division 2 Baseball Rankings – 3/16/09

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The NCAA Division 2 College Baseball rankings are out for the week of March 16, 2009. 

  • College Baseball News has a new #1 team as Southern Arkansas has been elevated to the top spot.  CBN had been the only service without the Muleriders in the top spot.  Their previous #1 team, Cal State Stanislaus, had a horrendous week as they went 0-4 and dropped all the way down to a tie for 26th.  Georgia College & State was the biggest gainer as they moved from out of the Top 30 all the way up to #6.  They did that by beating Pfeiffer (last week #27) in 2 straight and sweeping 3 from North Georgia who was ranked #7 last week.  Three Northern Sun Conference teams did receive votes this week – Concordia, Wayne State and St. Cloud State.  College Baseball News Poll
  • The Ping!Baseball poll has Southern Arkansas as #1 still and there was lots of movement again this week in their rankings.  University of California – San Diego moved up 8 spots with their 4 game sweep of Stanislaus.  Lynn University moved up 11 spots with a 5-0 week which included a 3 game sweep of previously hot Nova Southeastern (who dropped to #13).  Delta State has now won 10 straight games which moved them from out of the Top 30 to the #15 position.  In their 10 wins they have scored in double digits 8 times.  Ping!Baseball Rankings
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