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LSU Remains Atop D1Baseball.com NCAA Baseball Rankings

 Matt Tallarini  |    Mar 6th, 2023 4:42pm EST

The fourth week of the NCAA Division I Baseball Rankings by d1baseball.com have been released, with four undefeated programs listed in the Top 25 during this part of the season.  

All four undefeated teams – NC State 12-0 at No. 19, Alabama at 12-0 at No. 18, Virginia is 11-0 at No.17, and Wake Forest 13-0 – are all listed through the D1Baseball.com Top 25 rankings, though only Wake Forest is in the top five.

Louisville moved up from being No. 14in the country to No. 9 with a 10-1 overall record. Iowa, Campbell, and Oregon State entered the Top 25 this week after starting the season unranked. Iowa is 9-1 at No. 23, Campbell is 8-2 and No. 24, and Oregon State is at 9-2 and No. 25 in the rankings.  

Florida State fell five places in the rankings after losing to Florida Gulf Coast University 10-8 on Friday and  11-10 on Saturday, winning only one game during their three-game set on Sunday 14-8. East Carolina dropped from No. 9 to No. 12 in the country after losing to Long Beach State on Saturday 3-2.  

South Carolina will try to continue to rise this week, as they are at 11-1 and improved from No. 23 last week to No. 20 in the newest rankings. 

WBN will provide the rankings for the Top 25 weekly from D1baseball.com throughout the 2023 NCAA Division I Season.  

Rank Team Record Last Week’s Rank
1 LSU 10-1 1
2 Stanford 9-2 2
3 Tennesseee 11-2 3
4 Mississippi 10-2 4
5 Wake Forest 13-0 5
6 Florida 10-3 6
7 Vanderbilt 8-4 7
8 Arkansas 9-2 8
9 Louisville 10-1 14
10 TCU 7-4 10
11 Virginia Tech 9-2 11
12 East Carolina 7-3 9
13 Oklahoma State 8-3 12
14 North Carolina 9-3 13
15 Texas A&M 7-4 15
16 UCLA 9-2 17
17 Virginia 11-0 19
18 Alabama 12-0 20
19 NC State 12-0 21
20 South Carolina 11-1 23
21 Florida State 8-3 16
22 Southern Mississippi 8-3 25
23 Iowa 9-1 NR
24 Campbell 8-2 NR
25 Oregon State 9-2 NR
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Matt Tallarini
Matthew (Matt) Tallarini is the Founder and Chief Correspondent for the World Baseball Network. Matt played semi-professional baseball with the Pelham Mets in Pelham, New York for four years, including the 2018 Semi Pro World Series. During the pandemic, Matt began engaging with international baseball, as a way to keep connected to the sport. Matt created the World Baseball Network and its signature website, WorldBaseball.com as a way to promote and inform similar likeminded fans about the players, teams and leagues innovating the sport of baseball and feeding into Major League Baseball (MLB). As a result of Matt’s efforts, World Baseball Network is now the benchmark standard for international baseball coverage, including MLB, MiLB, NCAA, Korea, Japan, Caribbean, Baseball United, WBC, WBSC and more. In a short time, Matt has interviewed a who’s who of global baseball legends and coaches. These include: Former Yankee closer Hall of Famer Mariano Rivera; Hall of Famer Trevor Hoffman; former Yankee Luis Sojo veteran of four Yankee World series teams; Mickey Callaway former MLB manager; Paul Mainieri LSU National Championship coach; Eric Holtz manager Team Israel of the 2020 Olympics; Ian Kinsler former MLB player and now Israel national team player; Harold Ramirez of the Tampa Bay Rays formerly with the Indians and Cubs; Joey Meneses of the Washington Nationals; and Mike Cameron current USA Baseball advisor former-MLB outfielder. Matt Tallarini is 2015 graduate of Mitchell College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and a 2022 graduate of Iona University with a Masters in Finance. Since its inception, Matt has been the Chief Correspondent for World Baseball Network. Matt has interviewed and interacted with many international players and coaches including former Yankee closer Hall of Famer Mariano Rivera, Hall of Famer Trevor Hoffman, former Yankee Luis Sojo veteran of four Yankee World series teams, Mickey Callaway former MLB manager, Paul Mainieri LSU National Championship coach, Eric Holtz manager Team Israel of the 2020 Olympics, Ian Kinsler former MLB player and now Israel national team player, Harold Ramirez of the Tampa Bay Rays formerly with the Indians and Cubs, Joey Meneses of the Washington Nationals, Mike Cameron current USA Baseball advisor former-MLB outfielder. Matthew is 2015 graduate of Mitchell College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Science and a 2022 graduate of Iona University with a Masters in Finance.