National Collegiate Baseball Writers June 7, 2005
For Immediate Release
Contact: Bo Carter
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Top seven remains the same with 16 teams left
TULANE HOLDS ONTO NO. 1 SPOT IN
NCBWA POLL ENTERING SUPER REGIONALS

DALLAS (NCBWA) The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association continues its tradition of NCAA Division I polls for the eighth year with its 2005 weekly surveys. Weekly polls will continue each Monday through June 28, following the NCAA World Series in Omaha, Neb.

The Tulane Green Wave, the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA Tournament, cruised into the NCAA Super Regionals along with each of the other top seven teams that remain unchanged in the NCBWA rankings. Tennessee, vaulted eight spots from No. 19 to No. 11 by advancing and USC moved up 11 spots to No. 15 with its regional win. No team dropped from the rankings this week.

Rk. School Conference Record Pvs.
1. Tulane Conference USA 53-9 1
2. Oregon State Pacific-10 44-9 2
3. Cal State Fullerton Big West 45-16 3
4. Nebraska Big 12 54-13 4
5. Texas Big 12 49-15 5
6. Florida Southeastern 43-20 6
7. Georgia Tech Atlantic Coast 45-17 7
8. Baylor Big 12 42-21 9
9. Florida State Atlantic Coast 53-18 10
10. Miami (Fla.) Atlantic Coast 41-17-1 11
11. Tennessee Southeastern 44-19 19
12. Arizona Pacific-10 39-21 8
13. Rice Western Athletic 44-17 15
14. Mississippi Southeastern 47-18 21
15. USC Pacific-10 37-19 26
16. LSU Southeastern 40-22 12
17. Arizona State Pacific-10 37-22 23
18. Clemson Atlantic Coast 42-21 31
19. Louisiana-Lafayette Sun Belt 48-19 13
20. Alabama Southeastern 40-23 16
21. Long Beach State Big West 37-22 14
22. N.C. State Atlantic Coast 41-19 17
23. North Carolina Atlantic Coast 41-19-1 18
24. College of Charleston Southern 48-15 20
25. Missouri Big 12 40-23 22
26. Coastal Carolina Big South 50-16 24
27. TCU Conference USA 41-20 25
28. Arkansas Southeastern 39-22 27
29. St. John's Big East 41-18 28
30. Southern Miss Conference USA 41-21 29
31. Creighton Missouri Valley 48-17 30
32. Wichita State Missouri Valley 51-24 32
33. Mississippi State Southeastern 42-22 33
34. Ohio State Big Ten 40-20 34
35. Northwestern State Southland 41-20 35
Others receiving votes (listed alphabetically): Army, Auburn, Austin Peay, Boston College, Bowling Green, California, UC Irvine, East Carolina, Florida Atlantic, Furman, Georgia, Georgia Southern, Hawai'i, Illinois, Kansas, Lamar, Maine, Marist, Michigan, Southern (B.R.), Miami (Ohio), Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Oklahoma State, Oral Roberts, Pepperdine, Rhode Island, San Francisco, South Alabama, South Carolina, Stanford, Stetson, Texas State, Texas Tech, Troy, UCF, UNLV, Vanderbilt, Virginia, Washington, Wichita State, Winthrop.
Dropped out: None.
By conference: Southeastern 7, Atlantic Coast 6, Big 12 4, Pacific-10 4, Conference USA 3, Big West 2, Missouri Valley 2, Big East 1, Big South 1, Big Ten 1, Southern 1, Southland 1, Sun Belt 1, Western Athletic 1.
Records are through games of Mon., June 6

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2005 NCBWA Polls (No. 1 Team):
Preseason (Texas)
February 7 (Texas)
February 14 (Texas)
February 21 (Texas)
February 28 (Texas)
March 7 (Texas)
March 14 (Texas)
March 21 (Tulane)
March 28 (Georgia Tech)
April 4 (Texas)
April 11 (Texas)
April 18 (Texas)
April 25 (Texas)
May 2 (Tulane)
May 9 (Tulane)
May 16 (Tulane)
May 23 (Tulane)
May 30 (Tulane)
June 7 (Tulane)
June 14 (Tulane)
Final (Texas)