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David Boyce | NCAA.com | April 12, 2017

Azusa Pacific soars in Week 2 power rankings

  Azusa Pacific jumped from No. 10 to No. 3 in Week 2's power rankings.

Azusa Pacific skyrocketed into the top three in this week's DII Baseball Power Rankings. 

Rank School Record Comments Previous
1

Mercyhurst

23-2 It is on a 10-game win streak and has gone 12-1 in non-conference games. 1
2

North Georgia

29-7 In its current five-game win streak, it has outscored opponents 58-8. 4
3

Azusa Pacific

30-4 The team has won its last two games in its five-game win streak by shutouts.  10
4

Delta State

29-8 The team has won seven in a row since a 3-2 loss to Southern Arkansas. 11
5

Mount Olive

34-7 The Trojans have hit 52 home runs and have a .462 slugging percentage. 14
6

Southern Arkansas

29-7 The Muleriders are 13-1 at home. 7
7

Southern New Hampshire

21-6 It had a seven-game win streak snapped with a 10-inning loss to New Haven. 8
8

Emporia State

28-8 It won two out of three over perennial power Central Missouri. 9
9

UC San Diego

24-7 It won two out of three over Chico State. 15
10

Chico State

28-7 It is looking to bounce back from a two-game losing streak. 2
11

Florida Southern

26-8 The team is 14-3 on the road, which is better than its 12-5 home record. 3
12

Minnesota State

26-5 The team is on a five-game win streak, perfect 8-0 at home. NR
13

Lubbock Christian

26-10 The team has averaged 10 runs in its last three games. 13
14

Tampa

24-10 It has hit 45 home runs and has a .520 slugging percentage. 6
15

West Texas A&M

26-8 In a mini-slump, it lost three of the last four games. 5
16

Angelo State

26-8 It rebounded from a three-game losing streak by winning two of its last three. 12

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