Thursday, March 24, 2005

College Baseball Round-Up

On the national scene, here’s your Baseball America top 25. Last week’s number one, Texas, got swept by Baylor last weekend. Texas goes from one to four, and Baylor goes from 16 to 10. Cal-State Fullerton is the new number one. Louisiana Lafayette dropped out of the top 25 a week after beating the Crimson.

In the Lesser Division: Princeton took 2 out of 3 from Old Dominion (walloping them once 18-1), but earlier in the week they lost thrice to North Carolina. Cornell is in Bradenton where they’ve lost to Illinois and Northwestern but beat Wisconsin-Milwaukee twice. Columbia is also in Bradenton where they lost to St. Francis and split with Vermont. Earlier last week, they beat Farleigh-Dickinson and lost to Central Florida. Last week, UPenn lost to Temple but beat Hartford twice and Lafayette once (not the one from Louisiana -- the one from PA).

In the Red Rolfe Division: Brown has not played since returning from California. They’ll play UNC-Asheville this weekend. Last week, Dartmouth kicked off its season by beating Bucknell, Northern Iowa, and St. Francis down in Bradenton, but then lost to Illinois. Yale beat Indiana in Bradenton early last week, then went to Durham, North Carolina to beat Radford, and then went back up home to take three from Sacred Heart over the weekend.

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