SEC Baseball Week 10 Power Rankings

We are now through 10 weeks of college baseball. The SEC has been very competitive from top to bottom. Let's examine this weeks SEC Baseball Power Rankings.
Tennessee head baseball coach Tony Vitello visits Chris Stamos (27) at the pound during a NCAA
Tennessee head baseball coach Tony Vitello visits Chris Stamos (27) at the pound during a NCAA / Angelina Alcantar/News Sentinel / USA
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Week 10 of college baseball consisted of a top five SEC match up and multiple upset wins. Let's see how the Week 10 SEC Baseball Power Rankings shaped up.

All records are as of April 21st

Number 14: Auburn Tigers

The Auburn Tigers continue to sit at the bottom of the SEC after going 1-3 last week. Their record on the season sits at 19-20, with a 2-16 conference record.

Last week, the Tigers got a midweek victory against Georgia Tech with a final score of 12-8. Over the weekend, Auburn got swept by Mississippi State.

Number 13: Ole Miss Rebels

The Ole Miss Rebels came in at number 13 this week after going 1-2. Their overall record on the season is 21-18, with a 6-12 conference record.

Last week, the Rebels had their midweek game against Arkansas State cancelled before losing two out of three against Georgia.

Number 12: Missouri Tigers

The Missouri Tigers had a decent week by going 2-2. This made their overall record on the season 18-23, with a 6-12 conference record.

Last week, the Tigers took a midweek win over Missouri State with a final score of 6-2. Over the weekend, Missouri lost two out of three against LSU.

Number 11: LSU Tigers

The LSU Tigers had a solid week by going 3-1. This made their overall record on the season 25-16, with a 5-13 conference record.

Last week, the Tigers got a midweek victory over New Orleans with a final score of 6-3. Over the weekend, LSU won two out of three against Missouri.

Number 10: Alabama Crimson Tide

The Alabama Crimson Tide struggled last week by going 1-3. This made their overall record on the season 25-15, with a 7-11 conference record.

Last week, the Crimson Tide lost their midweek game against UAB with a final score of 5-2. Over the weekend, Alabama lost two out of three against Texas A&M.

Number 9: Florida Gators

The Florida Gators had a decent week by going 2-2. This made their overall record on the season 20-19, with an 8-10 conference record

Last week, the Gators beat Jacksonville in their midweek contest with a final score of 12-1. Over the weekend, Florida lost two out of three games against Vanderbilt.

Number 8: South Carolina Gamecocks

The South Carolina Gamecocks had a decent week by going 2-2. This made their overall record on the season 27-13, with a 9-9 conference record.

Last week, the Gamecocks beat the Citadel in their midweek game with a final score of 4-3. Over the weekend, South Carolina lost two out of three against Arkansas.

Number 7: Georgia Bulldogs

The Georgia Bulldogs had a solid week by going 2-1. This made their record on the season improve to 29-10, with a 9-9 conference record.

Last week, the Bulldogs played a three game series against Ole Miss and won two out of three.

Number 6: Mississippi State Bulldogs

The Mississippi State Bulldogs had a great week by going 4-0. This improved their record on the season to 26-14, with a 10-8 conference record.

Last week, the Bulldogs took down Alcorn State in their midweek game with a final score of 11-0. Over the weekend, Mississippi State swept Auburn in a three game series.

Number 5: Vanderbilt Commodores

The Vanderbilt Commodores had a solid week by going 3-1. This made their record on the season 29-11, with a 10-8 conference record.

Last week, the Commodores took down Lipscomb in their midweek game with a final score of 15-4. Over the weekend, Vanderbilt won two out of three against Florida.

Number 4: Kentucky Wildcats

The Kentucky Wildcats had a decent week by going 2-2. This made their record on the season 32-7, with a 15-3 conference record.

Last week, the Wildcats got a big midweek victory over Louisville with a final score of 17-13. Over the weekend, Kentucky lost two out of three against Tennessee.

Number 3: Texas A&M Aggies

The Texas A&M Aggies had a solid week by going 3-1. This improved their overall record to 35-5, with a 13-5 conference record.

Last week, the Aggies took down Air Force during the midweek with a final score of 15-5. Over the weekend, Texas A&M won two out of three against Alabama.

Number 2: Tennessee Volunteers

The Tennessee Volunteers had a solid week by going 3-1. This improved their record to 33-7, with a 12-6 conference record.

Last week, the Volunteers took down Bellarmine with a final score of 20-5. Over the weekend, Tennessee won two out of three against Kentucky.

Number 1: Arkansas Razorbacks

The Arkansas Razorbacks had a a great week by going 4-1. This improved their overall record on the season to 34-6, with a 14-4 conference record.

Last week, the Razorbacks won two midweek games against Texas Tech. Over the weekend, Arkansas won two out of three against South Carolina.