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D1Baseball Top 25 Rankings, April 11

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The D1Baseball Top 25 rankings for April 11 have been released, and once again there is a new team standing atop college baseball.

The king is dead! Long live the king (of college baseball)!

There’s a new team atop the D1Baseball Top 25 rankings, and it’s the Miami Hurricanes. Miami was scheduled to play three road games against Notre Dame, but after the first two contests were canelled, only competed in a Sunday one-offer. The Canes took that game in South Bend to the tune of 10-2.

As for the former No. 1 team, the Florida Gators, well they dropped two of three home contests against Mississippi State and now sit at No. 3 in the D1Baseball Top 25 rankings. The aforementioned Bulldogs are now the No. 2 team in college baseball, jumping up from No. 5.

Rounding out the tip five are the Florida State Seminoles, skyrocketing from No. 9 to No. 4, and the Vanderbilt Commodores, who dropped from No. 2 to No. 5 following a series loss to LSU.&

Below is a look at the D1Baseball Top 25 rankings for the Week of April 11.

1. Miami (3)
2. Mississippi State (5)
3. Florida (1)
4. Florida State (9)
5. Vanderbilt (2)
6. Texas A&M (6)
7. Oregon State (7)
8. South Carolina (8)
9. Louisville (4)
10. TCU (10)
11. LSU (15)
12. NC State (14)
13. Ole Miss (18)
14. Texas Tech (22)
15. North Carolina (13)
16. Clemson (12)
17. California (11)
18. Kentucky (21)
19. UC Santa Barbara (19)
20. Long Beach State (20)
21. Rice (NR)
22. Tulane (NR)

23. East Carolina (16)
24. Florida Atlantic (17)
25. South Alabama (NR)

MORE: Baseball America Top 25


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