West Virginia baseball has made its way on to the final top-25 rankings of the season after the conclusion of the College World Series.
The Mountaineers’ historic season, which saw several program records get re-written, landed them as high as no. 19 in the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association poll to finish the season. They ranked as No. 20 in the Baseball America top-25, as well as No. 21 in D1Baseball’s rankings.
In other polls, the Mountaineers were ranked No. 25 by Perfect Game and No. 27 in the Collegiate Baseball poll.
West Virginia has been ranked for eight straight weeks, a program record. The Mountaineers peaked the 2019 season at No. 13, which is the highest the team has been ranked since at least 1982.
This is the 11th time the Mountaineers have been ranked since 1982, with all of those instances occurring during Randy Mazey’s tenure.