MINNEAPOLIS, Minn./ALLENTOWN, Pa. - The Shenandoah University baseball team remains among the nation's elite in a pair of ranking polls released Tuesday.
The Hornets, now 26-8 after winning three of five games last week, drop three spots in the ABCA poll and four in the D3baseball.com poll.
Shenandoah is now the No. 11 team in the country according to D3baseball.com and No. 14 by the ABCA.
Shenandoah has 332 points in the poll, 11 in front of Frostburg and 49 back of No. 10 St. Thomas (Minn.)
Coach Kevin Anderson's club fell to No. 14 in the ABCA poll with 245 points. SU is 44 points back of No. 13 Whitworth (Wash.) and 12 ahead of North Central (Ill.).
Cortland (N.Y.) State returns to the top position in both polls. The Red Dragons have 620 points on 22 first-place votes to top the D3baseball.com poll and 497 points on 11 first place votes in the ABCA.