Jace Fry's 3rd complete game shutout of the season, a 1-hitter yesterday in Oregon St.'s 5-0 sweep sealing win at California, has earned him his 3rd Pac-12 Pitcher of the Week honor this season, and maintained the Beavers at #2 in this week's Baseball America Top 25 poll.
Virginia stayed #1, despite losing a mid-week game to Old Dominion. The Cavaliers, and the ACC, did not play this past weekend.
The USA Today
Coaches' Assistant Sports Information Directors poll also moved Oregon St. up, from #3 to #2.
Washington, which swept Utah in Salt Lake City to stay 1/2 game ahead of Oregon St., after a non-conference loss to Seattle, moved up from #7 to #6 in the Baseball America poll and the Perfect Game list, while staying at #7 on the Collegiate Baseball list, and at #13 on the USA Today poll.
Oregon, which swept Arizona in Eugene, remained unranked in the Baseball America poll, but moved from #15 to #14 on the Collegiate Baseball list, and up to #19 from #21 on the Perfect Game list. The Ducks also moved back into the USA Today poll, at #24.
Cal-Poly, after losing to Pepperdine, and then the 1st of their weekend Big West series at UC-Riverside, before bouncing back to win the series, slid from #4 to #7 in the Baseball America poll, and from #3 down to #11 on the Collegiate Baseball list, but climbed from #9 to #7 on the Perfect Game list, and stayed at #5 on the USA-Today poll.
The Mustangs are a competitor to the Pac-12 for a possible National Seed.
Perfect Game also moved UC-Irvine, which leads Cal-Poly and the Big West by 1/2 games, beat USC and swept UC-Santa Barbara, back onto their list, at #21. Collegiate Baseball has the Anteaters at #16, up from #20. They also have Pepperdine at #22 and San Diego at #24.