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Prank of the Year

The Prank of the Year comes to us from Franklin, Ohio.

We have all been there. A batter pops up the ball and the offensive team or someone in the stands yells out, “tree”. While I never really got it, I’ve heard it a lot, especially at the high school level. Now those in Franklin have reason to yell it.

Midway between home plate and the pitcher’s mound a 25-foot tree was planted. Imagine heading to the field to get ready for a game only to find a tree planted right in the middle of it.

While the Wildcats from Franklin might not be laughing yet, this prank is pretty genius and I’m sure they will be laughing at some point.

 

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The Mayor Sean Casey Lines a ball off of Lauren Shehadi’s Head

On the set of the MLB Network in Studio 42, Lauren Shehadi was tossing some batting practice with whiffle balls to The Mayor, Sean Casey when something went wrong.

Casey was preparing for the softball game that will take place during the All-Star Game in Cincinnati later this summer.

Casey then does this:

Luckily Shehadi was not hurt.

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Netherlands: Curacao Neptunus and L&D Amsterdam Atop Standings

L&D Amsterdam had three big wins this weekend over Mampaey the Hawks keeping them in a tie for first place with Curacao Neptunus, who also won all three this weekend.

Amsterdam outscored the Hawks 38-4 over the weekend. Rashid Gerard had a huge weekend. He went a combined 6-for-11 with 2 doubles, 2 home runs, 10 RBI, and 5 runs scored. Joining him in a big weekend was Bas Nooij. Nooij went 5-for-11 with a double, a home run, 9 runs scored, and 7 RBI.

Dutch Major League Standings:

1. L&D Amsterdam Pirates 10-2
2. Curacao Neptunus 10-2
3. Vaessen Pioniers 8-4
4. Corendon Kinheim 7-4-1
5. UVV 6-6
6. DSS 4-8
7. HCAW Bussum 2-9-1
8. Mampaey the Hawks 0-12

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Spain: Valencia Sweeps Sant Boi, Moves into Second Place

Tenerife and Valencia continue to be the cream of the crop in the Spanish Division de Honor. Both teams swept their weekend series. With the sweep this weekend, Valencia moved in front of CBS Sant Boi by a game.

Valencia got a great outing from Trevor Caughey in Game 1 of the series. He tossed eight scoreless innings striking out 13 en route to the victory. Mathew Erickson picked up the save tossing the final inning giving up a run. Valencia would continue their good run with a 5-2 victory in Game 2 to move ahead of CBS Sant Boi by a game.

Spanish Division de Honor Scores:

CD Pamplona 5, San Inazio Bilbao 9

Astros Valencia 2, CBS Sant Boi 1
Astros Valencia 5, CBS Sant Boi 2

Baseball Navarra 8, CB Barcelona 1
Baseball Navarra 7, CB Barcelona 9

Tenerife Marlins 5, CB Viladecans 1
Tenerife Marlins 11, CB Viladecans 1

Spanish Division de Honor Standings:

1. Tenerife Marlins 10-2
2. Astros Valencia 9-3
3. CBS Sant Boi 8-4
4. Baseball Navarra 6-5
5. CB Barcelona 6-6
6. San Inazio Bilbao 4-6
7. CD Pamplona 2-9
8. CB Viladecans 1-11

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Austria: Dornbirn Indians Run Winning Streak to Seven Games

The Dornbirn Indians have run their winning streak to seven games after sweeping the Attnang-Puchheim Athletics over the past weekend. The Indians traveled to Attnang-Puchheim and took two games winning 7-4 and 3-0 to stay atop the ABL.

Right behind the Indians are the Vienna Metrostars who have won three in a row. Over this past weekend they swept the Vienna Neustadt Diving Ducks.

The Metrostars will take on the Stock City Cubs who have struggled so far this year which should keep them near the top of the standings. However, the Indians will travel to Vienna to take on the Wanderers, who currently are in third place. The Wanderers are the only team to beat Dornbirn so far this season winning the season opener.

Austria Baseball League Standings:

1. Dornbirn Indians 7-1
2. Vienna Metrostars 6-2
3. Vienna Wanderers 6-4
4. Attnang-Puchheim Athletics 3-5
5. Stock City Cubs 1-5
6. Vienna Neustadt Diving Ducks 1-7

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France: Beaucaire Upsets Montpellier

This was a light weekend for the French Division 1 Baseball League with just one series. The series between the Beaucaire Chevaliers and the Montpellier Barracudas was rained out a few weeks ago so they made up the games this weekend.

Surprisingly the Chevaliers came out on top in both games putting the Barracudas four games behind league leader Rouen, who is still perfect on the year.

French Division 1 Standings:

1. Rouen Huskies 12-0
2. Montpellier Barracudas 8-4
3. Senart Templars 7-5
4. Stade Toulousain 6-6
5. Paris UC 5-7
6. Beaucaire Chevaliers 4-8
7. Chartres French Cubs 3-9
8. Savigny Lions 3-9

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College: LSU Still Atop Baseball America Top 25

LSU is once again at the top of the Baseball America Top 25 after a 3-0 weekend sweeping then No. 21 Missouri at home. The Tigers will end the season with a series on the road against South Carolina before heading into the SEC Tournament.

A lot of the Top 10 shuffled around after No. 1 and No. 2 stayed put. Texas A&M fell in 2-of-3 this weekend at home against South Carolina dropping them to No. 8. Another team that dropped a bit this week was Arizona State falling from No. 9 to No. 16 after losing 2-of-3 to UCLA at home.

Illinois is up to No. 4 after running their winning streak to 24 games tying Texas A&M for the longest this season. Rice is back in the Top 25 once again along with Oregon State and Radford making appearances this week.

Team W-L Last Week
Previous Rank
1. Louisiana State
43-8 3-0 1
2. UCLA
36-12 3-1 2
3. Louisville
40-12 4-1 4
4. Illinois 43-6 3-0 7
5. Texas Christian
39-9 2-0 5
6. Florida
38-14 3-1 10
7. Vanderbilt
36-16 1-2 6
8. Texas A&M
42-9 1-2 3
9. Florida State
37-16 2-2 8
10. Missouri State
38-10 4-0 13
11. Dallas Baptist
39-9 3-0 14
12. UC Santa Barbara
35-13 1-3 11
13. Oklahoma State
31-16 0-1 12
14. Iowa
37-12 4-0 16
15. Southern California
34-16 2-2 15
16. Arizona State
30-17 1-2 9
17. Miami
38-13 4-0 17
18. College of Charleston
39-10 3-1 19
19. Houston
32-16 3-1 25
20. Arkansas
30-19 1-1 20
21. Rice
33-16 4-0 NR
22. California
31-16 2-1 23
23. Oregon State
32-14 3-0 NR
24. Radford
36-14 3-0 NR
25. Florida Atlantic
36-14 1-3 18
Dropped Out: Missouri (21), North Carolina (22), Auburn (24)

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Philippines Wins the 12th East Asia Baseball Cup

JAKARTA, Indonesia – The No. 23 world ranked Philippines won the 12th East Asia Baseball Cup defeating host nation and No. 38 ranked Indonesia in the championship game. Six teams competed for the title with the winner gaining a spot in the Asia Championships later this year.

Competing in the 12th East Asia Baseball Cup were the Philippines, Indonesia, unranked Singapore, No. 30 Thailand, No. 31 Sri Lanka, and No. 33 Hong Kong.

With the win Philippines will take on the likes of some of the best in the world in Taiwan this September in the Asia Championships. They will take on five-time defending champion and No. 1 ranked Japan, No. 4 Chinese Taipei, No. 8 South Korea, No. 21 China, and No. 24 Pakistan. The event will take place September 16-20 in Taichung, Taiwan.

East Asia Cup Final Standings:

1. No. 23 Philippines
2. No. 38 Indonesia
3. No. 31 Sri Lanka
4. No. 33 Hong Kong
5. No. 30 Thailand
6. Nr Singapore

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Movie Review – No No: A Dockumentary

There was a lot of talk around the baseball world a little over a year ago when  documentary premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. No No: A Dockumentary was the film in question and was just recently added to Netflix.

Before hearing of the film I knew just a little about Dock Ellis. I knew he was a very good pitcher with the Pittsburgh Pirates back in their heyday of the early 1970s. I had also heard all of the stories of drug use. He has said many times, including in the film, that he never pitched without being under the influence of some drug.

When I first heard of the film I thought it was all about the game in San Diego in 1970 when he reportedly pitched a no-hitter under the influence of LSD. However, it was more than just this incident and in fact a documentary on Ellis’ life.

The story about the no-hitter was an interesting one and something that I can’t even imagine taking place in today’s game, or anytime for that matter. But what made the film great was the insight into his life during and after his playing career.

Before watching the film I looked up Ellis’ stats. I thought going into watching it that he was maybe close to a 200 game winner and had a solid career. That really wasn’t the case. He was good, but mostly for a short time. Perhaps it was the drug use that shortened the effectiveness of his career.

He did have a nice career. He pitched over 12 years in the big leagues, pitching for five different teams. Most of his success came early on with Pittsburgh, but he did have good years later in his career both with the New York Yankees and even a decent year with the Texas Rangers.

But the biggest thing I found from the documentary, and what was the most touching, was the work he did after his playing days were over. There is a good bit on that as well as he eventually got clean and began working with others that were in need of help. He had a lot of experiences to share and became quite a councilor from the sound of it.

Over all it was a great documentary and I really enjoyed it. It is one that will be added to my collection, and I highly recommend it to any baseball fan. It also reminded me that I wanted to read the book The Pittsburgh Cocaine Seven by Aaron Skirboll. Of course that is a story for another day and one that I hope to bring soon.

In the meantime, if you have Netflix watch No No: A Dockumentary. It is just under two hours and it is really good. You can also rent it on Amazon streaming.

Here is the trailer from www.NoNoADockumentary.com:

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Japan: Carp Win on Walk-Off Dropped Infield Fly

You hear people say it almost daily in the game of baseball, but I’ve never seen this before. I’ve never even heard of it happening. But in a game between the Hiroshima Toyo Carp and the Yomiuri Giants the Carp won on a walk-off dropped infield fly rule.

So let me set up what happened. It was the bottom of the ninth with the game tied at 2. Giants reliever Scott Mathieson is on the hill when Carp infielder Tetsuya Kokubo at the plate.

That is former Major Leaguer Juan Francisco, who just recently came to Japan, at first base when the miscommunication occurs and the ball drops.

This is exactly why the infield fly rule is in place. Without it the Giants would have done simply as Francisco did and touch home and then throw to another bag for a double play. However, once the infield fly was in effect, although it doesn’t appear it was ever called, the force was no longer in effect.

It seems that the infield fly rule was only enacted on the play after the Hiroshima coaches argue the play. Then the umpires get the call correct. I don’t see the umpires in the field but the home plate umpire definitely has the call wrong as he rules the runner from third out at the plate. However, if you watch the end of the video when they show it again it appears the third base umpire, though late, does make the signal for the infield fly.

What a way to lose.

Hat Tip to Brian Moore for sharing the video.

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College: First Pitcher of the Year Watch List Released

Press Release College Baseball Hall of Fame

LUBBOCK, Texas — As conference play begins to wind down for many schools, the National College Baseball Hall of Fame released today the initial watch list for the Pitcher of the Year Award.

The award, sponsored by Diamond, will be presented on June 29 in Lubbock as part of the annual Night of Champions.

There are eight schools with multiple representatives on the watch list, led by TCU with three — right-handers Preston Morrison and Riley Ferrell and left-hander Alex Young. Morrison is 8-1 on the season with a 1.81 earned run average. Ferrell has a 0.95 ERA and 10 saves. Young has the most strikeouts among the three Horned Frogs, with 56 in 54 innings.

“To have three pitchers from one school make the watch list is a sign of their dominance on the mound,” said Raymond Richardson, Pitcher of the Year committee co-chair. “Those three guys have been impressive all year, both in early action and in conference play.”

Vanderbilt’s Carson Fulmer, 7-1, leads the watch list in strikeouts with 90 in 64 innings, while Texas Tech’s Corey Taylor brings the lowest ERA at 0.36 in 50 innings pitched.

“Each of the pitchers on this list has some strong numbers this season,” said Chris Snead, Pitcher of the Year Award co-chair. “There’s still a lot of baseball to be played so it will be interesting to see how things sort out toward the end of the season.”

For more information on the Pitcher of the Year Award or the College Baseball Hall of Fame’s Night of Champions, visitwww.collegebaseballhall.org.

 

PITCHER OF THE YEAR AWARD WATCH LIST

Name

School

Conference

Matthew Crownover

Clemson

ACC

Kyle Funkhouser

Louisville

ACC

Brendan McKay

Louisville

ACC

Nathan Kirby

Virginia

American Athletic

Nolan Blackwood

Memphis

American Athletic

Tommy Peterson

South Florida

American Athletic

Carson Cross

UConn

American Athletic

Anthony Kay

UConn

American Athletic

Eddie Muhl

George Washington

American Athletic

Kevin Duchene

Illinois

Big Ten

Tyler Jay

Illinois

Big Ten

Mike Shawaryn

Maryland

Big Ten

Josh Roeder

Nebraska

Big Ten

Michael Freeman

Oklahoma State

Big 12

Riley Ferrell

TCU

Big 12

Preston Morrison

TCU

Big 12

Alex Young

TCU

Big 12

Corey Taylor

Texas Tech

Big 12

Austin Kerr

Coastal Carolina

Colonial

Tyler Peitzmeier

Cal State Fullerton

Big West

Dillon Tate

UCSB

Big West

James McMahon

Southern Mississippi

C-USA

Taylor Clarke

College of Charleston

Colonial

Jeff Degano

Indiana State

Missouri Valley

Adam Whitt

Nevada

Mountain West

Bubba Derby

San Diego State

Mountain West

Ryan Burr

Arizona State

Pac-12

Andrew Moore

Oregon State

Pac-12

David Berg

UCLA

Pac-12

James Kaprielian

UCLA

Pac-12

Luke Gillingham

Navy

Patriot

Jett Meenach

Navy

Patriot

Alex Lange

LSU

SEC

Jesse Stallings

LSU

SEC

Tanner Houck

Missouri

SEC

Grayson Long

Texas A&M

SEC

Carson Fulmer

Vanderbilt

SEC

Matthew Milburn

Wofford

Southern

Trevor Belicek

Texas A&M Corpus Christi

Southland

Stuart Holmes

Nicholls State

Southland

Justin Sinibaldi

Nicholls State

Southland

Evan Challenger

Georgia Southern

Sun Belt

Josh Burchell

Alabama A&M

SWAC

Joseph Camacho

Alabama State

SWAC

J.D. Busfield

Loyola Marymount

West Coast

David Hill

San Diego

West Coast

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College: First Brooks Wallace Award Watch List Released

Press Release College Baseball Hall of Fame

LUBBOCK, Texas — Although big-name schools often dominate the college baseball conversation, they don’t rule the initial watch list for the 2015 Brooks Wallace Shortstop of the Year Award.

The award, sponsored by Mizuno, recognizes the nation’s top shortstop and will be presented during the National College Baseball Hall of Fame’s Night of Champions on June 29 in Lubbock.

Small-school representatives on the watch list include Lipscomb’s Grant Massey, who leads the watch list with a .386 batting average and a .994 fielding percentage. Morehead State’s Robby Spencer leads the list with 48 RBIs and is tied for the lead in home runs at eight. Alex Bregman, 2013 Wallace Award winner, also has eight homers on the season.

“Some of the small and mid-major schools don’t get the same publicity as a lot of the larger schools do, but they definitely play some high-caliber baseball,” said Tyler Young, Wallace Award co-chair. “Those guys have quality numbers and they deserve to be on this list.”

Several conferences have multiple players on the list, led by the SEC and Pac-12, each with five. The West Coast Conference has four players on the list. The ACC, Big South and Big West conferences each have three players on the list.

“Those are all definitely well-known conferences within Division I baseball,” said Larry Wallace, co-chair of the Wallace Award committee. “But there are 23 conferences represented on the list. There’s great baseball being played all across the country, and it’s great to be able to recognize that.”

 

BROOKS WALLACE AWARD WATCH LIST

Name

School

Conference

Eli White

Clemson

ACC

Sutton Whiting

Louisville

ACC

Daniel Pinero

Virginia

ACC

Danny Mendick

UMass Lowell

America East

Hunter Allen

East Carolina

American Athletic

Dylan Moore

UCF

American Athletic

Matt Maul

Saint Joseph’s

Atlantic 10

Cole Peterson

St. Bonaventure

Atlantic 10

Grant Massey

Lipscomb

Atlantic Sun

Adam Walton

Illinois

Big Ten

Sheldon Neuse

Oklahoma

Big 12

Keaton Jones

TCU

Big 12

Eric Lowe

Villanova

Big East

Michael Paez

Coastal Carolina

Big South

Ryan Hodge

Gardner-Webb

Big South

Tommy Houmard

UNC Asheville

Big South

Peter Van Gansen

Cal Poly

Big West

Garrett Hampson

Long Beach State

Big West

Mikey Duarte

UC Irvine

Big West

Mitch Roman

Wright State

Horizon

Matt Parisi

Dartmouth

Ivy

Bobby Sheppard

Buffalo

MAC

Camden Duzenack

Dallas Baptist

Missouri Valley

Joey Hawkins

Missouri State

Missouri Valley

Danny Sheehan

San Diego State

Mountain West

Robby Spencer

Morehead State

Ohio Valley

Dylan Bosheers

Tennessee Tech

Ohio Valley

Kevin Newman

Arizona

Pac-12

Colby Woodmansee

Arizona State

Pac-12

Trever Morrisson

Oregon State

Pac-12

Tommy Edman

Stanford

Pac-12

Kevin Kramer

UCLA

Pac-12

Mikey White

Alabama

SEC

Richie Martin

Florida

SEC

Nick King

Georgia

SEC

Alex Bregman

LSU

SEC

Dansby Swanson

Vanderbilt

SEC

Connor Lloyd

McNeese State

Southland

P.J. Biocic

Alabama State

Southwestern

Robert Garza

Texas Southern

Southwestern

Clayton Taylor

Omaha

Summit

Blake Trahan

Louisiana Lafayette

Sun Belt

Kodie Tidwell

Louisiana Monroe

Sun Belt

David Fletcher

Loyola Marymount

West Coast

Logan Steinberg

Saint Mary’s

West Coast

Kyle Holder

San Diego

West Coast

Jose Vizcaino Jr.

Santa Clara

West Coast

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College: Initial 2015 Olerud Award Watch List Released

Press Release College Baseball Hall of Fame

LUBBOCK, TexasWith just about a month until the postseason rolls around, the National College Baseball Hall of Fame announces its watch list for the 2015 John Olerud Two-Way Player of the Year Award, which honors the nation’s top player both on the mound and at the plate.

A total of 36 players representing conferences and schools large and small are on the watch list. Included on the list are players from traditional powers such as Arizona, Virginia and Louisville, as well as smaller schools such as Bradley, Akron and Austin Peay.

“This year’s Olerud watch list is shaping up to be a competitive group of talented players from across the nation,” Olerud Award co-chairman Chris Curbo said. “It will be exciting to watch.”

The award is named for the former Washington State University standout who achieved success both as a first baseman and left-handed pitcher during the late 1980s, and who was inducted into the National College Baseball Hall of Fame in 2007. The award will be presented as part of the Hall of Fame’s Night of Champions celebration, June 28-29 in Lubbock.

The wide-open field has some very talented players putting up incredible numbers. In terms of offense, Wake Forest’s slugging infielder Will Craig leads the way, topping the rest of the field in batting average (.407), home runs (12) and RBIs (58) in games played through April 15. Hot on his heels, however, is Arizona infielder Bobby Dalbec, with 10 home runs and a .343 average.

In terms of pitching, Bradley’s Elliot Ashbeck and Oklahoma’s Robert Tasin pace the field with seven wins each, followed closely by Brandon Gold at Georgia Tech and Brendan McKay at Louisville, who are 5-1. Cole Hallum at Campbell has a miniscule 0.52 ERA, ahead of St. Bonaventure’s Thad Johnson at 0.58.

“This year’s watch list includes some tremendously talented players who are putting up incredible numbers,” Olerud award co-chair George Watson said. “It’s going to be extremely difficult paring this list down to find an eventual winner, as everyone is deserving of the recognition that comes with the award.”

For more information on the Olerud Award or the College Baseball Hall of Fame’s Night of Champions, visitwww.collegebaseballhall.org.

JOHN OLERUD TWO-WAY PLAYER OF THE YEAR WATCH LIST

Name

School

Conference

Elliot Ashbeck

Bradley

Missouri Valley

Carmen Benedetti

Michigan

Big Ten

Trenton Brooks

Nevada

Mountain West

Jeff Campbell

North Dakota

WAC

Quinn Carpenter

Texas Tech

Big 12

Austin Christiansen

Nebraska

Big Ten

Conor Costello

Oklahoma State

Big 12

Will Craig

Wake Forest

ACC

Jacob Cronenworth

Michigan

Big Ten

Bobby Dalbec

Arizona

Pac-12

Kevin Doherty

Virginia

ACC

Matt Fielder

Minnesota

Big Ten

Anthony Gonsolin

St. Mary’s

West Coast

Brandon Gold

Georgia Tech

ACC

Josh Graham

Oregon

Pac-12

Cole Hallum

Campbell

Big South

Anthony Herrera

Louisiana-Monroe

Sun Belt

Thad Johnson

St. Bonaventure

Atlantic 10

Curtis Jones

Houston Baptist

Southland

Jake Kalish

George Mason

Atlantic 10

Sean Keselica

Virginia Tech

ACC

Kenny Koplove

Duke

ACC

Matt LaRocca

Akron

Mid-American

Adam Lau

Alabama-Birmingham

Conference USA

Andrew Lee

Tennessee

SEC

Kyle Marsh

Central Florida

AAC

Brendan McKay

Louisville

ACC

Alex Perez

Virginia Tech

ACC

Tyler Peyton

Iowa

Big Ten

Alex Robles

Austin Peay

Ohio Valley

Jayson Rose

Utah

Pac-12

Anthony Sequera

Oral Roberts

Summit

Logan Sherer

UNC-Charlotte

Conference USA

Robert Tasin

Oklahoma

Big 12

Andrew Utterbeck

Alabama A&M

SWAC

J.C. Wilhite

Alabama

SEC

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College: LSU Still Atop Baseball America Top 25

For the third week in a row LSU tops off the Baseball America Top 25. The Tigers took two of three from Mississippi State in Starkville over the weekend. Two of the three games went to extra innings.

The top six teams stayed the same with Illinois moving up to No. 7 after sweeping Ohio State over the weekend. Losing the weekend series Ohio State fell out after being ranked No. 25 last week. Illinois has won 21 in a row which is the longest current streak.

Arizona State fell to No. 9 after losing a weekend series with California, who jumped up to No. 23 after taking two of three from the Sun Devils.

Team W-L Last Week
Previous Rank
1. Louisiana State
40-8 3-1 1
2. UCLA
33-11 2-2 2
3. Texas A&M
41-7 4-0 3
4. Louisville 36-11 2-1 4
5. Texas Christian
37-9 3-1 5
6. Vanderbilt
35-14 2-2 6
7. Illinois
40-6 4-0 8
8. Florida State
35-14 2-1 9
9. Arizona State
29-15 1-3 7
10. Florida
35-13 2-1 10
11. UC Santa Barbara
34-10 3-0 11
12. Oklahoma State
31-15 2-1 12
13. Missouri State
34-10 4-0 14
14. Dallas Baptist
36-9 4-0 15
15. Southern California
32-14 2-2 13
16. Iowa
33-12 3-1 16
17. Miami
34-13 3-0 17
18. Florida Atlantic
35-11 2-1 18
19. College of Charleston
35-9 3-0 19
20. Arkansas
29-18 3-0 23
21. Missouri
28-20 2-2 20
22. North Carolina
29-16 0-1 22
23. California
29-15 3-1 NR
24. Auburn
32-17 3-1 NR
25. Houston
32-16 3-1 NR
Dropped Out: Maryland (21), Memphis (24), Ohio State (25)

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