Northern Sun D2 College Baseball Poll – 3/24/09

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There’s a new #1 Division 2 College Baseball team according to this week’s Northern Sun College Baseball D2 Composite Poll.

Grand Valley State has overtaken Southern Arkansas for the #1 spot in this week’s ranking taking over from the Muleriders who had led for the past 3 weeks.  Grand Valley State becomes just the 2nd team to ever be in the #1 position on the NSB poll which began in 2009 by combining the 3 major Division 2 college baseball polls into 1 composite ranking.

We are finally starting to see a little more stability in the rankings of the top 8 or so teams.  Previous weeks had seen wide variances in the opinions of the 3 polls.  That said, there is still a lot of differences once you get past the top 8. 

The Northern Sun Conference had 2 teams receive votes this week.  Wayne State received a Top 30 ranking in 2 of the 3 polls but not enough votes to crack the combined NSB Top 30.  St. Cloud State also received votes in the NSBWA Top 30.


Others Receiving Votes –

UMass – Lowell 12, Cal. St. Stanislaus 11, Columbus State 10, Cameron 9, Wayne State (NE) 9, Ouachita Baptist 9, Pfeiffer 7, Valdosta State 5, Hawaii Pacific 5, California (PA) 3, St. Cloud State 2, Francis Marion 2, Indianapolis 2

CBN – College Baseball News; Ping – Ping!Baseball; NCBWA – National College Baseball Writers Association; NSB Rank – Northern Sun Baseball Composite Poll; Comb Pts – Combined points in the composite rankings; LW – Last week’s composite ranking

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