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D1Softball Top 25 Rankings: Oklahoma Remains No. 1, Michigan On The Rise

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The top two spots remain unchanged in the D1Softball Top 25 rankings for the 11th week in a row, as Oklahoma holds on to the No. 1 spot after winning its ninth straight Big 12 title. No. 2 UCLA holds strong after a 6-0 week.

No. 3 Florida jumps ahead of No. 4 Alabama, the two playing leapfrog every week, after an epic series sweep over Texas A&M in Gainesville. Washington remains at No. 5, while Oklahoma State remains at No. 6 after slugging it out with the Sooners in the Bedlam series. Arizona jumps ahead of Arizona State to round out the top 10. Yes, we know who won the head-to-head series, but ASU dropped two games to an unranked team this week.

Missouri remains at No. 12, while the newly crowned Big Ten champion Michigan jumps to No. 18.

The SEC leads all conferences with eight ranked teams, followed by the Pac-12 with five, the ACC with five and the Big 12 with three. The Big Ten keeps two teams in the Top 25, followed by the Sun Belt and CAA with one.

Rank Team Overall Record Record Last Week Previous Rank
1 Oklahoma 42-2 3-1 1
2 UCLA 38-3 6-0 2
3 Florida 40-8 3-0 4
4 Alabama 42-7 3-0 3
5 Washington 39-9 4-0 5
6 Oklahoma State 40-8 1-2 6
7 Arkansas 40-8 1-1 8
8 Florida State 38-9-1 2-1 7
9 LSU 31-18 3-2 11
10 Arizona 35-10 2-2 10
11 Arizona State 32-14 1-2 9
12 Missouri 37-14 2-1 12
13 Oregon 33-15 2-2 14
14 Louisiana 40-10 2-1 13
15 Kentucky 38-12 3-0 16
16 Clemson 40-5 3-1 15
17 Texas 38-9 3-0 18
18 Michigan 32-6 4-1 21
19 Minnesota 26-10 1-3 19
20 Virginia Tech 32-12 0-0 20
21 Duke 39-10 5-0 23
22 Tennessee 39-12 1-4 17
23 Ole Miss 34-19 0-3 22
24 Notre Dame 31-12 3-0 24
25 James Madison 31-1 1-0 25
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TigerAsh
TigerAsh
4 months ago

Just not sure how Clemson wins the ACC Regular Season Championship with an overall 40-5 record and still drops 1 to 16. Look obviously y’all go into everything deep but I mean c’mon. Clemson was always a sleeping giant in women’s softball, the only hang up was THEY DIDN”T HAVE A PROGRAM. Now that they do Clemson will be a force to reckon with. Their are girls all over the southeast who have been waiting for Clemson softball. They’re here to stay, just wish that they could get a little more love after doing what they have done in THEIR FIRST EVER FULL SEASON.

Last edited 4 months ago by TigerAsh

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