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Oregon St. Solid In 6th In Baseball Poll

It's also International Beaver Day, so that's something to celebrate!
It's also International Beaver Day, so that's something to celebrate!

Oregon St. stayed at #6 in this week's Baseball America Top 25 poll, after their win at Portland last week, and their weekend sweep of Stanford.

Florida St. stayed #1, but South Carolina dropped down from #2 to #5 after losing 2 of 3 at Arkansas.

Washington, having taken the last 2 of 3 from Oregon, continued to climb, and the Huskies are up to #9 from #14.

The Ducks dropped almost out of the top 25, falling from #19 to #25.

UCLA dropped out after dropping 2 of 3 to Long Beach St., leaving the Pac-12 with only 3 ranked teams.

Cal-Poly continued to edge upward, from #5 to #4, after the Mustangs took 2 of 3 from UC-Santa Barbara, and the Gauchos dropped from #17 to #22.

UNLV jumped from #25 to #20, while Fullerton St. stayed in the 18th slot to round out the west coast teams.

Kendall Rogers bumped Oregon St. up a spot from #7 to #6 in his Perfect Game Top 25, and also bumped Cal-Poly up from 5 to 4. Florida St. stayed atop the PG top 25.

Rogers moved Washington up from #18 to #12, but only dropped Oregon from #11 to #16, while dropping UCLA out.

UCSB slid from 16 to 19, and Fullerton from 22 to 23.

Collegiate Baseball moved the Beavers up from 6 to 5, and took a different approach at the top, elevating Lousiana-Lafayette to #1. CB had had South Carolina at #1, and Florida St. all the way down at #4, so the Seminoles are only #2 on their list.

Collegiate Baseball also upped Washington, from #11 to #8, and has Cal-Poly right behind Oregon St., in #6. They also actually elevated Oregon from #14 to #12.

UCSB is #14, Fullerton St. is #19, and they have Arizona St. ranked at #25, after the Sun Devils took 2 of 3 from USC.

The Coaches Assistant Sports Information Directors that vote in the USA Today poll also elevated Oregon St. from #6 to #5, and have Florida St. at the top now. But as proof that they aren't actually paying attention, they have Oregon ranked #12, STILL AHEAD of Washington, which they have at #17, despite the fact that the Huskies have the better overall and conference record, and just took 2 of 3 head to head.

The Beavers will work to edge upward in both the polls and the Pac-12 standings this weekend when they visit Washington St. for a weekend Pac-12 series.