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    Eight SEC Baseball Teams Ranked By Collegiate Baseball

    Eight Southeastern Conference baseball teams are ranked among the nation’s top-40, including six in the top-25, according to Collegiate Baseball’s Fabulous 40 NCAA Division I pre-season baseball poll released on Friday. Additionally, six SEC teams also are receiving votes in the poll.

    The Collegiate Baseball newspaper poll is the oldest college baseball poll. Its birth took place during the 1957 college baseball season.

    Collegiate Baseball NCAA Division I Poll
    1. Cal State Fullerton
    2. Mississippi State
    3. LSU

    4. Oregon State
    5. Florida State
    6. Oregon
    7. Indiana
    8. Louisville
    9. Vanderbilt
    10. N.C. State
    11. North Carolina
    12. Virginia
    13. Miami
    14. South Carolina
    15. UCLA
    16. Florida
    17. Rice
    18. Oklahoma State
    19. TCU
    20. Texas
    21. Clemson
    22. Arizona State
    23. Lafayette
    24. Arizona
    25. Texas A&M
    26. Stanford
    27. Cal Poly
    28. Kansas State
    29. Alabama
    30. Ole Miss

    31. Western Carolina
    32. Oklahoma
    33. San Diego
    34. Wichita State
    35. Liberty
    36. Tennessee Tech
    37. New Mexico
    38. East Carolina
    39. UC-Santa Barbara
    40. Coastal Carolina

    Other Teams Receiving Votes: Arkansas, UNLV, Auburn, San Diego St., Fresno St., Southern California, Tennessee, Kentucky, Georgia, South Alabama, San Francisco, Loyola Marymount, Brigham Young, Seton Hall, Georgia Tech., Mercer, U.C. Irvine, Missouri St., Pepperdine, Troy, Sam Houston St., Austin Peay St., Bryant, Florida Atlantic, N.C. Wilmington, Houston, Central Florida, St. Louis, Creighton, Campbell, Nebraska, Gonzaga, Sacramento St., New Mexico St., St. John’s, Cal. St. Bakersfield, Ohio St., Michigan, Southern Mississippi, Kent St., Illinois St., Appalachian St., The Citadel, Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, Southeastern Louisiana, California, Washington, Washington St., West Virginia, Baylor, Minnesota, Stony Brook, Dallas Baptist, UT Arlington, Texas St., Maine, South Florida, Connecticut, Virginia Tech., Pittsburgh, Missouri, Notre Dame, North Florida, East Tennessee St., Florida Gulf Coast, Virginia Commonwealth, Rhode Island, Charlotte.