Rams Ranked #13 in Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Pre-Season Poll

Rams Ranked #13 in Collegiate Baseball Newspaper Pre-Season Poll


Farmingdale, N.Y. - The Farmingdale State baseball team was ranked #13 in the NCAA Division III Pre-Season Poll by Collegiate Baseball Newspaper. The defending Skyline Conference and New York Region Champions will open the 2010 season on Friday, February 19th with a trip to Methodist University in Fayetteville, N.C. for the Methodist/Diamond Baseball Invitational, where they will face Frostburg State, Methodist, Huntingdon and Roanoke in the two-day tournament.

This season, the Rams will face four other ranked squads on this poll, including #3 Eastern Connecticut State, #6 Kean, #12 Southern Maine and #17 Cortland State.

 

Collegiate Baseball Newspaper's NCAA Div. III Pre-Season Poll (As of Dec. 21, 2009)
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Rank - School Name - ’09 Final Record - Point Totals
1. St. Thomas (MN) 41-13 263
2. Wooster (OH) 43-11 259
3. Eastern Conn. St. 39-8 253
4. Chapman (CA) 32-17 249
5. Carthage (WI) 38-9 247
6. Kean (NJ) 39-11 245
7. Salisbury (MD) 38-8 242
8. Shenandoah (VA) 38-10 239
9. Trinity (CT) 33-7 236
10. Pomona-Pitzer (CA) 37-7 233
11. Keystone (PA) 40-6 232
12. Southern Maine 36-9 229
13. Farmingdale St. (NY) 30-17 224
14. Heidelberg (OH) 37-9 222
15. Wisc.-Whitewater 30-19 220
16. Rensselaer Poly. Inst. (NY) 37-13 216
17. SUNY Cortland (NY) 31-14 214
18. George Fox (OR) 36-11 211
19. Marietta (OH) 32-17 207
20. Cal. Lutheran (CA) 32-11 206
21. St. Olaf (MN) 32-14 203
22. Adrian (MI) 33-11 201
23. Ithaca (NY) 29-10 196
24. Wisc.-Stevens Point 31-16 195
25. Pacific Lutheran (WA) 31-9 194
26. Saint Joseph's (ME) 31-13 192
27. Rose-Hulman (IN) 32-14 188
28. Anderson (IN) 22-18 186
29. Franklin (IN) 31-11 182
30. Johns Hopkins (MD) 28-16 179

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Other Top Teams: Beloit, WI (28-9), Christopher Newport, VA (26-13-2), College of New Jersey (27-18-1), Texas-Tyler (39-12), Nebraska Wesleyan (28-13), St. Scholastica, MN (36-7), Wheaton, MA (30-12), William Paterson, NJ (24-17), Washington & Jefferson, PA (35-14), Franklin & Marshall, PA (24-14-1).

Source: Collegiate Baseball newspaper

 

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