Clemson climbed two spots, from 16th to 14th, in the Perfect Game collegiate top 25 after sweeping its weekend series against Virginia Tech.
Virginia (11-3), Florida State (12-2) and South Carolina (15-0) hold the top three places, while Vanderbilt (15-2) moved up to fourth.
N.C. State (13-2) climbed one spot to sixth, North Carolina (10-4) moved up two places to 13th, with Clemson (9-5) 14th and Miami (10-5) 17th.
The biggest positive move was made by Tennessee (14-1), which made its debut at the No. 19 spot after being unranked last week. Kentucky (13-5) moved up five spots to 18th, and both Miami and Texas (13-4) climbed three positions.
Teams making the biggest drops were Mississippi State, down 12 spots from 8th to 20th; UCLA, down 11 positions, from 10th to 21st, and Cal State-Fullerton, which slipped four places.