Alex Bregman and his teammates continue to produce at a high level, and LSU returned to No. 1 in the rankings, setting up a No. 1 vs. No. 2 showdown against Texas A&M.

Several national seeds had impressive weeks, while others hurt their top-eight stock with unimpressive showings. We analyze them and other teams who helped/hurt their cases.

Another exciting weekend of college baseball action is in the books, and Aaron Fitt and Kendall Rogers, as usual, took your questions Monday afternoon.

San Diego was swept at home by San Francisco, likely dashing its at-large regional hopes. Eric Sorenson looks at the Toreros and other teams that had rotten weekends.

After a tough weekend at Notre Dame, DJ Stewart and Florida State responded in impressive fashion with a perfect week. The Seminoles weren't the only team to catch our attention.

Power programs Virginia and South Carolina each captured big series wins on Saturday, as Connor Jones threw a gem. We highlight those two teams and much more.

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Several national seeds had impressive weeks, while others hurt their top-eight stock with unimpressive showings. We analyze them and other teams who helped/hurt their cases.

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It has been tough sledding the past few seasons for Mitch Longo and the Ohio Bobcats, but sticking with the turnaround theme this weekend, they are the poster boys.

Nevada continues to be one of the better stories in college baseball this season, and Sorenson was on hand as the Wolf Pack captured yet another series win. He has reaction and much more.

South Carolina had its back against the wall, and lefthander Jack Wynkoop delivered in a win over Vanderbilt. That, the Big Ten, a wild upset, and more leads our roundup.

The West Coast Conference regular-season race is intriguing, and San Francisco held on to a victory over USD despite an huge early lead. Sorenson reports from San Diego.

Alex Robinson has helped make Maryland's bullpen a major strength for the Terrapins heading into a big series vs. Cal State Fullerton. We also look at Nevada, Radford and more.

We're getting closer and closer to the NCAA postseason, and with that, every series becomes that much more important. Our staff makes their weekend predictions.

We're in the second half of the season, and teams such as Virginia are vying for at-large bids down the stretch. How do those look conference-by-conference?    Field of 64

In his usual, colorful fashion, Eric Sorenson chatted with three college baseball legends in Texas' Augie Garrido, Rice's Wayne Graham and Florida State's Mike Martin.

Logan Ratledge has become one of the ACC's best all-around players this spring, and fellow senior Jake Fincher is also having his best season.

Shotgun Spratling's notebook includes nuggets on Pepperdine's Chandler Blanchard as well as USC, Loyola Marymount and UNLV.

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Updated: April 20 -- Detailed rankings view
2Texas A&MTexas AM logo
4LouisvilleLouisville lgoo
5Arizona StateArizona State Sundevils logo
6FloridaFlorida Gators logo
7TCUTCU logo
8UC Santa BarbaraUCS Santa Barbara logo
10Southern CaliforniaUSC
11Florida StateFloridaState
12MiamiMiami Florida logo
13VanderbiltVanderbilt University logo
14MissouriMissouri Tigers logo
15Oklahoma StateOklahoma State logo
16Florida AtlanticFlorida Atlantic Owls logo
17Missouri StateMissouri State logo
18Dallas BaptistDBU logo
20MarylandUniversity of Maryland, College Park logo
21UC IrvinUC Irvine logoe
22UNC WilmingtonUNCWLogo
23College of CharlestonCollege of Charleston Cougars logo
24Coastal CarolinaCoastal Carolina Chanticleers logo
25ArkansasArkansas Razorbacks logo