Baseball moves up two spots to No. 20 in poll

Baseball moves up two spots to No. 20 in poll

MINNEAPOLIS – The Salisbury University baseball team climbed two spots in the latest Collegiate Baseball Writers Association Top 25 poll, released on Tuesday.

Salisbury earned 149 points in this week's poll to climb to No. 20 in the nation, just four points behind Piedmont College. The Sea Gulls went 5-0 on the week, including a three-game Capital Athletic Conference series sweep over the University of Mary Washington.

The poll saw a new top team with Trinity (Texas) University moving up two spots to No. 1 with 616 points and 18 first-place votes. Fellow CAC member Christopher Newport University moved up two spots to No. 2 with 578 points while College of Wooster moved down to No. 3 with 539 points and three first-place votes.

Concordia University Chicago moved into the top five, sitting at No. 4 with 529 points and a first-place vote while Randolph-Macon College rounds out the top five with 456 points.

The Sea Gulls will return to action on Saturday, March 23 hosting Frostburg State University for a CAC doubleheader beginning at noon.

To view the poll in its entirety, click here.

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