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Where Florida baseball lands in 5 major polls after sweeping Vanderbilt

Florida baseball swept the Vanderbilt Commodores last weekend at home inside Condron Family Ballpark in a three-game set that gives the Gators some of their highest rankings this spring. After dropping two of three at the Texas A&M Aggies the weekend prior, it was the bounce-back Kevin O’Sullivan’s team needed as the regular season schedule wanes.

The Southeastern Conference once again has a strong presence in these rankings despite the LSU Tigers as they continue their freefall from first place in all five polls but remain in the top 10. Only the Arkansas Razorbacks and South Carolina Gamecocks also appear among the top 10 in all five polls this week, along with Florida and LSU.

Take a look below at the latest tally from the five major polls for Week 13 of college baseball action, which has the Gators ranked from No. 2 to No. 4.

USA TODAY Sports Coaches Poll

  1. Wake Forest (42-8)

  2. Florida (40-12)

  3. Arkansas (38-13)

  4. Louisiana State (39-12)

  5. Stanford (34-14)

  6. Vanderbilt (35-16)

  7. West Virginia (39-13)

  8. Coastal Carolina (33-17)

  9. South Carolina (37-14)

  10. Clemson (35-17)

  11. Connecticut (38-12)

  12. Miami (34-17)

  13. Virginia (41-11)

  14. Campbell (39-11)

  15. East Carolina (38-14)

  16. Duke (34-16)

  17. Dallas Baptist (40-12)

  18. Oregon State (36-15)

  19. Tennessee (35-17)

  20. Kentucky (35-15)

  21. Boston College (32-16)

  22. Oklahoma State (35-15)

  23. Maryland (35-18)

  24. Southern Miss (35-15)

  25. Indiana State (35-14)

D1Baseball Top 25

  1. Wake Forest (42-8)

  2. Arkansas (38-13)

  3. Stanford (34-14)

  4. Florida (40-12)

  5. Louisiana State (39-12)

  6. West Virginia (39-13)

  7. Clemson (35-17)

  8. Coastal Carolina (33-17)

  9. Connecticut (38-12)

  10. Oregon State (36-15)

  11. Miami (34-17)

  12. Vanderbilt (35-16)

  13. South Carolina (37-14)

  14. Campbell (39-11)

  15. East Carolina (38-14)

  16. Duke (34-16)

  17. Dallas Baptist (40-12)

  18. Tennessee (35-17)

  19. Kentucky (35-15)

  20. Maryland (35-18)

  21. Virginia (41-11)

  22. Boston College (32-16)

  23. Southern Miss (35-15)

  24. Washington (32-14)

  25. Oklahoma State (35-15)

Perfect Game Top 25

  1. Wake Forest (42-8)

  2. Arkansas (38-13)

  3. Florida (40-12)

  4. Stanford (34-14)

  5. Louisiana State (39-12)

  6. Clemson (35-17)

  7. Miami (34-17)

  8. Coastal Carolina (33-17)

  9. Tennessee (35-17)

  10. Duke (34-16)

  11. Dallas Baptist (40-12)

  12. West Virginia (39-13)

  13. Connecticut (38-12)

  14. Vanderbilt (35-16)

  15. South Carolina (37-14)

  16. Campbell (39-11)

  17. East Carolina (38-14)

  18. Virginia (41-11)

  19. Auburn (30-19-1)

  20. Boston College (32-16)

  21. Indiana State (35-14)

  22. Oklahoma State (35-15)

  23. Kentucky (35-15)

  24. Southern Miss (35-15)

  25. Alabama (35-17)

Collegiate Baseball Top 30

  1. Wake Forest (42-8)

  2. Arkansas (38-13)

  3. Stanford (34-14)

  4. Florida (40-12)

  5. Louisiana State (39-12)

  6. Miami (34-17)

  7. Virginia (41-11)

  8. West Virginia (39-13)

  9. Indiana State (35-14)

  10. Oklahoma State (35-15)

  11. Clemson (35-17)

  12. Oral Roberts (40-11)

  13. Coastal Carolina (33-17)

  14. Southern Miss (35-15)

  15. Vanderbilt (35-16)

  16. South Carolina (37-14)

  17. Duke (34-16)

  18. Oregon State (36-15)

  19. Alabama (35-17)

  20. Connecticut (38-12)

  21. Campbell (39-11)

  22. Dallas Baptist (40-12)

  23. Maryland (35-18)

  24. Kent State (37-14)

  25. East Carolina (38-14)

  26. Kansas State (33-20)

  27. UCSB (32-16)

  28. Kentucky (35-15)

  29. Tennessee (35-17)

  30. Boston College (32-16)

Baseball America Top 25

  1. Wake Forest (42-8)

  2. Arkansas (38-13)

  3. Florida (40-12)

  4. Stanford (34-14)

  5. Louisiana State (39-12)

  6. Vanderbilt (35-16)

  7. West Virginia (39-13)

  8. Coastal Carolina (33-17)

  9. Miami (34-17)

  10. South Carolina (37-14)

  11. Campbell (39-11)

  12. Duke (34-16)

  13. East Carolina (38-14)

  14. Virginia (41-11)

  15. Dallas Baptist (40-12)

  16. Clemson (35-17)

  17. Oregon State (36-15)

  18. Oklahoma State (35-15)

  19. Tennessee (35-17)

  20. Kentucky (35-15)

  21. Connecticut (38-12)

  22. Auburn (30-19-1)

  23. Maryland (35-18)

  24. Washington (32-14)

  25. Indiana State (35-14)

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