TROY, Ala. -- Coming off its Sun Belt Conference championship victory, Troy has been voted back into the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) poll at No. 30.

The Sun Belt title is Troy's second in the past three years and came after the Trojans finished 12-3 in its final five Sun Belt series of the season.

Troy won 15 of 20 games to close out the regular season and was one of just two Sun Belt schools to not be swept in a league series (Florida Atlantic).

Also joining the poll this week was No. 28 New Mexico.

At the top of the poll, Vanderbilt, LSU and Oregon State held firm at Nos. 1, 2 and 3, respectively.

Cal State Fullerton improved one spot to No. 4 and Virginia cracked the top five from No. 7 a week ago.

In other big moves, Oklahoma State and Mississippi State each climbed four spots to Nos. 12 and 13, respectively.

Meanwhile, UC Irvine and Georgia Tech fell out of the top 30.

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