In the table below, I've added PerfectGame.org to the mix for a six-ranking composite.
Oregon State remained No. 1 in the rankings for the third straight week. The Beavers are No. 1 in all six rankings. The top seven teams did not change from last week.
Clemson was fourth in five of the six rankings. South Carolina dropped one spot from ninth to 10th after losing two of three to Vanderbilt.
There are eight SEC teams and five ACC teams in the composite Top 25 ranking. The +/- represents rise or fall from last week's composite rankings.
26. Oregon 7; 27. South Florida 6; 28. Maryland 5; 29. San Diego 4; 30. Florida State 3; 31. Connecticut 1.
Dropped out: Florida Gulf Coast (No. 17 last week); Florida State (21); San Diego (24).
Poll key: NCBWA -- National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association; BBA -- Baseball America; USAT -- USA TODAY coaches; CB -- Collegiate Baseball; D1 -- D1Baseball.com; PG -- PerfectGame.org.
Points are awarded on a descending scale, from 25 points for a first-place vote to 1 for a 25th-place vote. Some polls ranked more than 25 teams, but I kept it at the top 25 for consistency's sake. In the event of ties, the points are divided evenly among the tied teams.