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College Baseball Rankings: UCLA Improves To 20th, One Of Five Pac-10 Teams In Top 25

The UCLA Bruins baseball team got a key series win over the Arizona Wildcats over the weekend, which capped off a 3-1 week from the Bruins. UCLA improved to 19-12 on the season, including 9-3 in the Pac-10 Conference. As such, the Bruins have improved to 20th in the latest college baseball rankings by Baseball America. UCLA was ranked 23rd last week.

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The Bruins are one of five Pac-10 teams in the top 25, tying the conference with the ACC for the most ranked schools. The Oregon State Beavers, off to a 27-7 start, have moved up to third in the latest rankings. Virginia, which is 36-3, is the new No. 1 team. Here are the Pac-10 teams in the top 25:

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  • 3) Oregon State (27-7, 8-1 in conference play)
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  • 9) Arizona State (25-9, 8-4)
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  • 15) California (23-9, 9-3)
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  • 20) UCLA (19-12, 9-3)
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  • 23) Arizona (23-13, 5-7)
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Stanford was ranked 17th in last week's poll, but is no longer ranked after getting swept by Oregon State. UCLA hosts San Diego State on Tuesday, then heads north for a three-game weekend series at Stanford.

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