Beavs #3 in latest D1 Poll. Ducks again in Eugene Tuesday!

posted by Ron Callan -

The Beavers had a great trip to the Palouse. Video from Saturday's 9-1 win over WSU shows a team clicking on all cylinders as they head into the final quarter of the regular season. The latest D1 poll shows the magnitude of next weekend's three-game series at Goss between the 3rd-ranked Beavers and the 2nd-ranked Stanford Cardinal. But first things first.....another trip to Eugene and a chance to win a ninth straight game against their rival. The Beavers sit at 35-7-1 on the season and 14-6-1 in Pac-12 play. Pregame coverage begins tomorrow at 5:pm from PK Park with the Voice of the Beavers Mike Parker.

THE D-1 POLL courtesy D1baseball.com

Florida and Stanford retained the top two spots in the D1Baseball Top 25 rankings for the sixth straight week after winning conference road series. The Gators took two of three at Texas A&M and still haven’t lost a weekend series all season. The Cardinal swept Utah to remain comfortably atop the Pac-12 standings.

Oregon State remained No. 3 after sweeping Washington State. North Carolina and NC State moved up to Nos. 4 and 5, respectively, taking advantage of other teams in the top 10 losing weekend series.

Ole Miss and Arkansas fell two spots apiece to 6 and 7 after dropping SEC road series. Clemson, Southern Miss and East Carolina round out the top 10.

Minnesota made one of the biggest moves of the week, jumping five spots to No. 15 after sweeping Indiana, which tumbled from No. 15 out of the rankings after falling to 9-8 in Big Ten play. Georgia vaulted back into the rankings at No. 16 after sweeping Missouri on the road to improve to 15-9 in the SEC. Auburn also jumped into the rankings at No. 19 following a sweep of Vanderbilt, and Stetson entered at No. 20 after sweeping a big Atlantic Sun Conference showdown series against Jacksonville.

Three teams fell out of the Top 25: Indiana, Texas A&M and Vanderbilt.

D1Baseball editors Aaron Fitt and Kendall Rogers determine the Top 25 rankings. Records are through games of May 6.

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