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Baseball Ranked No. 28 by Collegiate Baseball
Monday, May 24, 2010

FORT MYERS, Fla. – The FGCU Baseball team’s strong finish at the end of the 2010 regular season has earned the team a No. 28 ranking in the Collegiate Baseball rankings it was announced on Monday.

With the three-game sweep of UNF last weekend, the Eagles wrapped up a successful regular season in which they secured the program’s third consecutive A-Sun Regular Season title. By defeating the Ospreys in game one of their Friday double header the Blue and Green picked up the program's 300th victory (301-134-2 all-time; 8 seasons). Also with the game one victory, the Eagles successfully claimed all 10 A-Sun Conference series on the season, sweeping the three-game sets with USC Upstate, Campbell, Belmont, ETSU, and UNF. The Blue and Green are now 73-20 all-time in A-Sun competition (3 seasons).

With the regular season now behind them, the No. 1 seeded Eagles now turn their focus to the 2010 A-Sun Championship in Nashville, Tenn. (May 26-29). The championship begins Wednesday with a matchup between No. 1 FGCU and No. 6 Stetson at 11 a.m. CT No. 2 Mercer and No. 5 Jacksonville will face each other in a game scheduled for 3 p.m. CT with No. 3 ETSU and No. 4 UNF slated to play at 7 p.m. CT in the day’s final contest.

Collegiate Baseball Newspaper's
NCAA Div. I Poll (As of May 24, 2010)
Rank School (Record)
1. Texas (46-8)
2. Virginia (45-10)
3. Arizona St. (45-7)
4. Florida (40-13)
5. Coastal Carolina (47-7)
6. Cal. St. Fullerton (37-15)
7. South Carolina (43-13)
8. UCLA (41-11)
9. Georgia Tech. (44-11)
10. Miami, Fla. (39-15)
11. Texas Christian (43-11)
12. Louisville (46-10)
13. Oklahoma (42-14)
14. Auburn (39-17)
15. San Diego (33-18)
16. Clemson (37-19)
17. Florida St. (39-16)
18. Arkansas (40-16)
19. Vanderbilt (40-15)
20. Washington St. (31-18)
21. Mississippi (36-20)
22. Connecticut (43-12)
23. Rice (35-20)
24. U.C. Irvine (34-18)
25. Stanford (30-21)
26. Texas A&M (36-19-1)
27. Fresno St. (35-23)
28. Florida Gulf Coast (37-18)
29. Oregon (37-19)
30. Southern Miss. (32-21)