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National Collegiate Baseball Writers February 5, 2002
For Immediate Release
Contact: Bo Carter

Cardinal opens 2002 slate 2-1
STANFORD REMAINS ATOP NCBWA POLL
DALLAS (NCBWA) – The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association, with a panel of college baseball experts, presents its popular NCAA Division I Top 35 poll in 2002.

Voting on the weekly NCBWA poll is conducted by a select panel of the organizationís members. Each poll of the 2002 season has representation by several different conferences and top independents among the 279 baseball-playing schools in the NCAA Division I ranks.

Weekly polls will continue each week through the end of the College World Series.

Here is the February 5 survey with school records in parentheses:

NCBWA COLLEGE BASEBALL POLL
Rank
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School (Record)
Stanford (2-1)
Tulane (0-0)
Florida State (6-1)
Southern California (0-0)
Miami, Fla. (2-1)
Clemson (0-0)
LSU (0-0)
Nebraska (0-0)
Rice (0-0)
Wichita State (0-0)
Mississippi (0-0)
Wake Forest (0-0)
Texas (0-0)
Oklahoma State (0-0)
Arizona State (4-0)
Florida (2-0)
Notre Dame (0-0)

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Baylor (0-0)
Georgia Tech (0-0)
Mississippi State (0-0)
Ohio State (0-0)
Rutgers (0-0)
Texas Tech (5-1)
Purdue (0-0)
Cal State Fullerton (1-2)
Fresno State (1-2)
Tennessee (1-2)
Ball State (0-0)
Jacksonville (0-0)
Central Florida (0-0)
Texas A&M (0-0)
Loyola Marymount (2-0)
Long Beach State (0-0)
Minnesota (0-0)
California (0-0)


2002 NCBWA Polls (No. 1 Team):
January 28 (Stanford)
February 5 (Stanford)
February 12 (Stanford)
February 19 (Stanford)
February 26 (Stanford)
March 5 (Stanford)

March 12 (Florida St.)
March 19 (Florida St.)
March 26 (Clemson)
April 2 (Clemson)
April 9 (Clemson)
April 16 (Clemson)

April 23 (Clemson)
April 30 (Clemson)
May 7 (Clemson)
May 14 (Clemson)
May 21 (Florida St.)
May 28 (Florida St.)

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