No movement again for Gamecocks in latest baseball top 25

GoGamecocks staff reportsMay 6, 2013 

South Carolina's Chase Vergason reacts after striking out during the Gamecocks game against Vanderbilt at Carolina Stadium.

GERRY MELENDEZ — gmelendez@thestate.com

South Carolina remains No. 15 in the Baseball America Top 25 for the third straight week.

The Gamecocks (33-14) stayed put after an 0-2 week last week that included the Friday and Saturday losses to No. 2 Vanderbilt.

USC will host Wofford on Wednesday before taking on Georgia at Carolina Stadium this weekend.

Rk.TeamW-LLast WeekPrev.
1.North Carolina42-41-01
2.Vanderbilt41-62-02
3.Louisiana State43-64-03
4.Cal State Fullerton39-73-04
5.North Carolina State37-113-05
6.Oregon State37-83-06
7.Virginia39-81-07
8.UCLA31-134-09
9.Florida State38-93-010
10.Oregon37-114-111
11.Arkansas32-163-114
12.Louisville37-104-013
13.Arizona State30-142-28
14.Indiana35-91-116
15.South Carolina33-140-215
16.New Mexico30-173-117
17.Rice31-153-119
18.Oklahoma34-141-312
19.Clemson30-150-118
20.South Alabama36-132-120
21.Mississippi State36-133-022
22.Virginia Tech30-193-125
23.South Florida31-162-1NR
24.Pittsburgh36-114-1NR
25.Stanford26-163-1NR
Dropped out: Florida (21), Kentucky (23), Mississippi (24).

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