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College Top 25: Several make push
Kendall Rogers        
Published: Monday, May 06, 2013

It wasn't too long ago South Alabama was considered one of the nation's premier programs, especially on the mid-major level. Well, the Jaguars are well on their way to restoring order with Mark Calvi leading the charge, and they're back in the Perfect Game College Top 25.

While the Jaguars' debut in the rankings headlines this week's storylines, South Florida and Stanford also entered the latest College Top 25. USF cemented itself atop the Big East standings with an impressive road series win over Notre Dame, while the Cardinal strongly rebounded from a tough series at Oregon by taking two of three from Arizona State.

With those three teams entering the rankings, the teams moving out this week includes Kentucky, Mississippi and Georgia Tech. The Wildcats dropped a tough home series to Arkansas, Ole Miss dropped an SEC series to Kentucky, and Georgia Tech continued to scuffle a bit over the weekend in a home series loss to Coastal Carolina.

The top seven teams this week are unchanged with North Carolina, Vanderbilt, LSU, Cal State Fullerton and North Carolina State leading the way atop the rankings, while Florida State and UCLA reentered the top 10 with Arizona State falling from No. 8 to No. 13.

Elsewhere in the rankings, Virginia Tech moved from No. 24 to No. 20 following another solid weekend, while Mississippi State moved from No. 17 to No. 14 after sweeping Alabama, and South Carolina dropped from No. 14 to No. 16 after losing a pair of games to Vanderbilt at home over the weekend.

The Perfect Game College Top 25 is released each Monday morning during the college baseball season.

 Perfect Game College Top 25
1 North Carolina 42-4 1
2 Vanderbilt 41-6 2
3 Louisiana State 43-6 3
4 Cal State Fullerton 39-7 4
5 North Carolina State 37-11 5
6 Virginia 39-8 6
7 Oregon State 37-8 7
8 Florida State 38-9 9
9 UCLA 31-13 10
10 Louisville 37-10 11
11 Arkansas 32-16 12
12 Oregon 37-11 13
13 Arizona State 30-14 8
14 Mississippi State 36-13 17
15 Indiana 35-9 16
16 South Carolina 33-14 14
17 Rice 31-15 20
18 Oklahoma 34-14 15
19 Clemson 30-15 18
20 Virginia Tech 30-19 24
21 Mercer 36-12 21
22 New Mexico 30-17 25
23 South Alabama 36-13 NR
24 South Florida 31-16 NR
25 Stanford 26-16 NR
Dropped out: Kentucky (19), Mississippi (22), Georgia Tech (23)
Entered: South Alabama (23), South Florida (24), Stanford (25)

Others to watch: Gonzaga, UNC Wilmington, Pittsburgh, Oklahoma State, Mississippi

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