Clemson remains 14th, Virginia No.1 in Perfect Game college poll

South Carolina moves up to sixth; N.C. State, North Carolina, Miami also in top 20

Clemson relief pitcher Matt Campbell pitches during the ninth inning against Eastern Michigan University at Doug Kingsmore Stadium in Clemson. Campbell was the winning pitcher.

Photo by Ken Ruinard

Clemson relief pitcher Matt Campbell pitches during the ninth inning against Eastern Michigan University at Doug Kingsmore Stadium in Clemson. Campbell was the winning pitcher.

Despite some opening-weekend upsets, there was little movement in the Perfect Game college top-25, which was released Monday morning.

Virginia, 2-1 after a loss to Kentucky and two wins over UNC-Wilmington, remained No. 1, while the top four remained unchanged, with Cal State-Fullerton (2-1) second, Oregon State (3-0) third and Florida State (3-0) fourth.

N.C. State (0-1) dropped one spot, from 10th to 11th, after losing its opener to Canisius on Sunday; North Carolina (1-1) and Clemson (2-1) remained 13th and 14th, as did Miami (2-1) at No. 20.

South Carolina (3-0) moved up one spot to sixth after sweeping its opening series.

Indiana (1-3) dropped from fifth to 10th, while Cal Poly and Kentucky entered the top 25 after being unranked in the preseason poll.

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