Alabama State Continues to Receive Votes in NCBWA Division I Poll

Alabama State (6-1) received votes in this week’s National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) poll for the second straight weekend of the 2020 season coming off a three-game sweep of Oakland University.  After winning six of their first seven games over Prairie View A&M, UAPB, Southern and Oakland, the Hornets are looking to move into the Top 30 NCAA Division I poll.

The Hornets will face Troy and UAB in mid-week action twice this season and have a scheduled four game home tilt with Toledo this weekend at the Wheeler-Watkins Baseball Complex. Alabama State then starts its SWAC conference schedule March 6-8, 2020 visiting conference foe Mississippi Valley State.

For the second straight year ASU has started the season off at 6-1.

Rk. School Conference Record Pvs.
1. Florida SEC 8-0 5
2. Arkansas SEC 7-0 6
3. Texas Tech Big 12 6-1 1
4. Vanderbilt SEC 6-2 4
5. Georgia SEC 7-1 3
6. Mississippi State SEC 5-1 7
7. UCLA Pac-12 7-0 11
8. N.C. State ACC 7-0 12
9. Louisville ACC 4-3 8
10. Miami ACC 4-3 2
11. Arizona State Pac-12 5-3 14
12. Florida State ACC 6-1 15
13. Texas A&M SEC 8-0 19
14. Duke ACC 6-1 18
15. Ole Miss SEC 6-1 20
16. LSU SEC 5-3 13
17. East Carolina American Athletic 6-1 16
18. Michigan Big Ten 4-3 9
19. Georgia Tech ACC 6-1 22
20. Oklahoma Big 12 7-2 24
21. Auburn SEC 5-3 10
22. Dallas Baptist Missouri Valley 6-1 27
23. North Carolina ACC 6-2 17
24. Tennessee SEC 7-0 RV
25. UCF American Athletic 7-1 NR
26. TCU Big 12 5-1 25
27. Texas Big 12 8-0 30
28. Oklahoma State Big 12 5-2 29
29. Clemson ACC 7-0 RV
30. Arizona Pac-12 5-2 23
Others receiving votes (listed alphabetically): Alabama (7-0), Alabama State (6-1), Butler (6-0), BYU (5-3), Cal State Fullerton (3-4), Cal State Northridge (7-0), Central Michigan (5-2), Connecticut (3-3), Elon (43983), Florida Atlantic (7-0), Hawaii (5-3), Indiana (4-2), Long Beach State (5-2), Louisiana Tech (5-2), Maryland (5-1), Mercer (8-0), New Mexico State (8-0), Ohio State (2-4), Old Dominion (5-1), Oregon State (3-4), Pepperdine (7-0), Pittsburgh (6-1), Sam Houston State (5-1), Samford (6-1), San Diego (6-1), San Diego State (5-2), South Carolina (5-2), Southern Miss (6-1), Stanford (1-6), Stetson (6-1), Troy (7-1), Tulane (6-1), UC Irvine (4-3), UC Santa Barbara (5-2), UNCW (6-2), Wake Forest (3-4), Washington (5-2), West Virginia (5-3), Wright State (2-5).
Dropped out: Wake Forest (21), Cal State Fullerton (28), Stanford (26).
By conference: SEC 10, ACC 8, Big 12 5, Pac-12 3, American Athletic 2, Big Ten 1, Missouri Valley 1.

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