Coppin State Continues To Receive Votes In NCBWA Division I Poll

Coppin State continues to receive votes in this week’s NCAA Division I Poll voted by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA).

The Eagles (5-3) resume play this weekend on the road visiting UNC-Charlotte in Charlotte, NC., March 9-10 with the first two games scheduled as a doubleheader Saturday. Sunday’s single finale raps up the three-game series.

Head baseball coach Sherman Reed stated before the start of the 2019 season that this is clearly the most talented team he’s had in eight years as head coach at Coppin. The Eagles have a tough non-conference schedule in both mid-week and weekend games including games in the MEAC division.

The 2019 poll voters come from among 35 college baseball writers and related media persons from throughout the nation.

This week’s current survey has representation by eight different conferences among the 299 baseball-playing schools in the 2019 NCAA Division I ranks. The rankings of 2018 had 15 different DI conferences rated at least one week.

Current Rankings…
1 Vanderbilt SEC 9-2 2
2 Oregon State Pac-12 10-1 3
3 UCLA Pac-12 9-2 4
4 North Carolina ACC 11-1 5
5 Stanford Pac-12 9-2 10
6 Florida SEC 9-4 9
7 Mississippi State SEC 10-1 11
8 Florida State ACC 10-0 8
9 LSU SEC 8-3 1
10 Georgia SEC 9-2 7
11 Texas Tech Big 12 6-3 6
12 Texas Big 12 10-3 20
13 Louisville ACC 8-3 14
14 Arkansas SEC 9-1 13
15 Ole Miss SEC 8-2 17
16 Michigan Big Ten 8-1 18
17 Coastal Carolina Sun Belt 10-2 19
18 Auburn SEC 9-2 22
19 East Carolina American Athletic 8-4 15
20 NC State ACC 11-0 29
21 Baylor Big 12 9-2 12
22 Tennessee SEC 12-0 27
23 Arizona State Pac-12 11-0 26
24 Clemson ACC 8-3 16
25 Duke ACC 9-2 25
26 Texas A&M SEC 11-2 RV
27 South Carolina SEC 9-2 RV
28 TCU Big 12 6-4 23
29 UC Irvine Big West 7-3 30
30 Miami (FL) ACC 9-2 RV
Also receiving votes: Alabama (10-2), Arizona (8-4), Cal State Fullerton (5-4), College of Charleston (9-3), Coppin State (5-3), Dallas Baptist (8-3), Illinois (7-2), Indiana State (9-1), Iowa (6-4), Louisiana Tech (9-2), New Mexico State (11-2), Oklahoma (11-1), Oklahoma State (6-4), Old Dominion (8-2), Oral Roberts (6-3), Oregon (7-2), Pacific (9-2), Texas State (7-4), Tulane (9-3), UAB (9-3), UC Santa Barbara (7-2), Virginia Tech (8-2), Wake Forest (8-4), Washington (7-2), William & Mary (8-1), Xavier (5-5)

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