College Baseball Rankings: UCLA Falls Out Of Top 25 After 2-2 Week

A 2-2 week at home by the UCLA Bruins was enough to drop them out of the top 25 in the latest college baseball rankings by Baseball America. UCLA lost on Tuesday to UC Santa Barbara, then won a weekend series against Cal State Bakersfield at Jackie Robinson Stadium in Los Angeles. The Bruins were ranked 24th in last week's poll.

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Trevor Bauer pitched his sixth consecutive complete game in a 10-1 win on Saturday, pushing his season record to 10-2 with a 1.40 ERA in 13 starts. UCLA is 29-19 on the season, and 14-7 in the Pac-10 Conference. Here is the top 10 from Baseball America:

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  1. Virginia (45-6)
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  3. Oregon St (37-12)
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  5. South Carolina (41-11)
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  7. Florida St (39-13)
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  9. Texas (38-12)
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  11. Florida (39-13)
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  13. Vanderbilt (42-8)
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  15. Arizona St (36-13)
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  17. Cal St. Fullerton (36-14)
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  19. TCU (36-15)
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The Bruins this week host No. 9 Cal State Fullerton on Tuesday, then play a weekend series at home against Cal in the penultimate week of the regular season.

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For more UCLA college baseball news, be sure to read the SB Nation blog Bruins Nation.

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