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College Top 25: The final rankings
Kendall Rogers        
Published: Friday, June 27, 2014


 

Another magical college baseball season is in the books, and history was made in Omaha as the Vanderbilt Commodores went 5-2 in the College World Series on the way to the program's first national title. The 'Dores headline the final Perfect Game College Top 25 rankings for the 2014 college baseball season.

While Vanderbilt leads the way, national runner-up Virginia, which spent much of the regular season atop the rankings, finishes No. 2, while national semifinalists Texas and Ole Miss finish the season at No's 3 and 4, respectively, with TCU at No. 5.

Fellow CWS teams Louisville, UC Irvine and Texas Tech end the year at No's 7, 8, and 9, respectively, while Louisiana-Lafayette, which entered the postseason at No. 1, ends the year at No. 6, with Oregon State ending the year at No. 10 despite bowing out in NCAA Regional action.

The overall conference tally is as follows: SEC (5), ACC (4), Big 12 (4), Pac-12 (3), Big West (2), American Athletic (2), Big Ten (1), Atlantic Sun (1), Sun Belt (1), Colonial Athletic (1) and WCC (1).



Rk Prev Team Overall record Weekly record
1  19
Vanderbilt
51-21
2 6
Virginia
53-16
3 22
Texas
46-21
4 12
Mississippi
48-21
5  11
 Texas Christian
48-18
6  1
Louisiana-Lafayette
58-10
7  10
Louisville
50-17
8  NR
UC Irvine
41-25
9 NR
Texas Tech
45-21
10  2
Oregon State
45-14
11  8
Oklahoma State
48-18
12  14
Houston
48-18
13  23
Pepperdine
43-18
14  NR
Maryland
40-24
15  NR
Stanford
35-26
16  6
Indiana
45-15
17 NR
College of Charleston
44-19
18  NR
Kennesaw State
40-23
19 16
Washington
41-17
20  5
Cal Poly
47-12
21  7
Louisiana State
46-16
22 3
Florida
40-23
23 4
Florida State
43-17
24 13
Miami (Fla.)
44-19
25 17
South Carolina
44-18


Dropped out: Rice (15), Nebraska (18), Arkansas (20), Mississippi State (21), Arizona State (24), Kentucky (25).
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