March 21, 2022
For Immediate Release
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ACC leads conferences with 9 ranked schools; SEC boasts 6 of the Top 10
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VANDERBILT TOPS NCBWA DIVISION I POLL

DALLAS (NCBWA) The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association continues its tradition of NCAA Division I polls for the 25th year with its 2022 weekly surveys.

Vanderbilt remains No. 1 for a second week after Texas ruled the first four NCBWA national surveys.

Some of the big movers from weeks five to six are Virginia from No. 16 to 8, Arizona from No. 14 to 9, Florida State from No. 13 to 10, and Oklahoma State from No. 18 to 14, among others. Louisville and Wake Forest also climbed into the Top 30 this week.

There have been 17 conferences (with 10 this week) represented in the first six standings of 2022, and there also were 14 different conferences in all the 2021 NCBWA polls.

The 2022 poll voters come from among 33 college baseball writers and related media members throughout the nation. The 22 season features 301 NCAA Division I baseball-playing schools, and for more information or to join the NCBWA, please go to ncbwa.com.

Rk. School Conference Record Pvs.
1. Vanderbilt SEC 17-2 1
2. Arkansas SEC 16-3 4
3. Tennessee SEC 19-1 7
4. Texas Big 12 17-5 3
5. Ole Miss SEC 15-4 2
6. Oregon State Pac-12 14-4 5
7. Florida SEC 15-5 10
8. Virginia ACC 19-1 16
9. Arizona Pac-12 15-4 14
10. Florida State ACC 13-6 13
11. Texas Tech Big 12 17-4 12
12. Georgia Tech ACC 15-5 8
13. North Carolina ACC 17-3 15
14. Oklahoma State Big 12 14-6 18
15. Notre Dame ACC 12-4 5
16. LSU SEC 15-5 9
17. Georgia SEC 16-4 19
18. Liberty ASUN 14-4 17
19. Stanford Pac-12 9-7 11
20. TCU Big 12 14-5 21
21. Texas State Sun Belt 18-3 26
22. Maryland Big Ten 16-3 22
23. Gonzaga West Coast 14-4 24
24. Louisville ACC 16-4 RV
25. Old Dominion Conference USA 16-2 25
26. Clemson ACC 15-4 20
27. Connecticut Big East 14-3 30
28. Wake Forest ACC 16-4 RV
29. Miami ACC 13-6 27
30. Mississippi State SEC 12-9 23
Others receiving votes (listed alphabetically): Auburn (14-6), California (10-9), College of Charleston (12-8), DBU (12-7), Davidson (17-3), Florida Gulf Coast University (16-4), Georgia Southern (13-7), Grand Canyon (13-8), Kentucky (14-7), Long Beach State (10-8), Louisiana Tech (14-6), Memphis (12-5), Mercer (16-4), Michigan (11-8), NC State (11-8), Oklahoma (12-7), Oregon (13-6), Portland (14-5), Purdue (17-1), Rutgers (13-5), San Diego (11-7), South Alabama (15-3), Southern Miss (13-7), Tennessee Tech (13-5), Texas A&M (12-7), Troy (14-5), Tulane (13-7-1), UC Irvine (13-6), UC Santa Barbara (12-5), UCLA (12-7), UNCW (12-7), USC (12-6), Virginia Tech (12-6).
Dropped out: Kentucky (28), N.C. State (29).
By conference: ACC 9, SEC 8, Big 12 4, Pac-12 3, Atlantic Sun 1, Big East 1, Big Ten 1, Conference USA 1, Sun Belt 1, West Coast 1.

Founded in 1962, the NCBWA is dedicated to the advancement of college baseball. Membership is open to writers, broadcasters and publicists of the sport. Members receive a membership card, directory, newsletter updates and official votes in the Dick Howser Trophy, Regional Players of the Year and NCBWA All-America voting. The NCBWA also sponsors Division I Players of the Week, the Stopper of the Year, and publication and writing contests.

2022 NCBWA Polls (No. 1 Team):
Preseason (Texas)
Feb. 21 (Texas)
Feb. 28 (Texas)
March 7 (Texas)
March 14 (Vanderbilt)
March 21 (Vanderbilt)
March 28 (Tennessee)
April 4 (Tennessee)
April 11 (Tennessee)
April 18 (Tennessee)
April 25 (Tennessee)
May 2 (Tennessee)
May 9 (Oregon State)
May 16 (Tennessee)