Gamecocks tumble 12 spots in baseball top 25

GoGamecocks staff reportsMarch 26, 2013 

USC's head coach Chad Holbrook reacts from the dugout as Arkansas' lead widens. South Carolina Gamecocks vs. the Arkansas Razorbacks, Friday night at Carolina Stadium.

KIM KIM FOSTER-TOBIN — kkfoster@thestate.com

After getting swept by Arkansas and being outscored 24-8, South Carolina fell from No. 5 to No. 17 in the latest Baseball America Top 25.

Arkansas (17-7) moved from No. 21 to No. 15, matching the biggest jump of the week in the rankings.

South Carolina (18-6) plays at the College of Charleston on Tuesday night.

The staff of Baseball America determines the Top 25 rankings.

Rk.TeamW-LLast WeekPrev.
1.North Carolina21-13-01
2.Oregon State21-22-13
3.Vanderbilt21-42-22
4.Louisiana State22-24-07
5.Cal State Fullerton21-35-08
6.Florida State22-24-112
7.UCLA17-42-111
8.Kentucky18-52-210
9.Virginia22-25-014
10.Louisville19-43-24
11.Mississippi21-41-26
12.Oregon18-63-013
13.Georgia Tech18-51-39
14.Oklahoma22-45-017
15.Arkansas17-73-021
16.Notre Dame14-62-115
17.South Carolina18-61-35
18.Rice18-84-118
19.Indiana18-35-022
20.Houston21-45-0NR
21.Gonzaga14-73-1NR
22.Georgia Southern16-74-0NR
23.Cal Poly17-52-1NR
24.South Alabama21-44-0NR
25.Mississippi State21-62-219

Dropped out: North Carolina State (16), Arizona State (20), Central Arkansas (23), Virginia Tech (24), San Diego (25).

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