Following an 11-inning loss of the final game of their Nebraska series, UCLA baseball has dropped out of a consensus top five spot in the NCAA college baseball standings to No. 13 in Baseball America's rankings. Other polls treat the Bruins with more kindness: They're sitting pretty at No. 10 in the Coaches' Poll and No. 12 in the Collegiate Baseball rankings (where Trevor Bauer was also named a Louisville Slugger player of the week). UCLA joins a strong conference class in the national top 25, along with Arizona State, Stanford, Arizona, and Cal, in addition to state-mates Cal State Fullerton and Fresno State. Next up for the Bruins: The Dodgertown Classic, beginning March 11 in Jackie Robinson Stadium.
College Baseball Rankings: UCLA Drops Out Of Top Five
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