Monday, March 14, 2005

College Baseball Roundup

Texas is ranked number one in the nation, moving up from 2nd last week, in the Baseball America Top 25. Tulane dipped from 1 to 3 after dropping two of three games to high-powered and 2nd ranked Cal State Fullerton. ULL, fresh off its victory over the Crimson this past weekend, rises from 21 to 17 in the rankings, moving ahead of Florida State (18) who got SWEPT by Hawaii…yes, Hawaii. Hawaii is also responsible for handing ULL one of its two defeats this season.

In the Lesser Division of the Ivy League: Princeton got swept by William & Mary this past weekend. Cornell took two out of three from West Virginia. UPenn lost every game they played last week, six of them – lost to San Francisco, Fresno State, Southern Utah, Gonzaga, Dallas Baptist, and Monmouth. Columbia dropped three to Army.

In Red Rolfe Action: Yale lost to Georgetown three times, beat UMass, and lost to Indiana down in Florida. Brown was out on the west coast – they lost to Santa Clara twice, beat them once, and also lost to San Jose State. Dartmouth was not in action.

1 comment:

Cooch said...

Incidentally, the head coach at Georgetown is Pete Wilk, who recruit the Classes of 1998 and 1999 and, obviously, had an impact on the team's success from 1996-99.