Stanford fell to No. 19 in the latest Collegiate Baseball Newspaper poll on Monday. The Cardinal dropped two of three games to the Oregon Ducks this past weekend, but beat California and Pacific earlier to compile a 3-2 record from last week.
Despite the team's impressive overall record of 22-9, the Cardinal are currently seventh in the Pac-12 standings with a 5-7 conference record. Oregon's series win against Stanford placed the team first place in the Pac-12 tied with UCLA (24-8, 10-5 Pac-12) and Arizona (24-11, 10-5).
Oregon, UCLA and Arizona are ranked No. 6, No. 7 and No. 8 respectively in the same poll. Other Pac-12 schools ranked in the poll include No. 21 Arizona State (23-13, 9-6) and No. 30 Oregon St. (23-11, 6-6).
Stanford hosts San Jose State on Tuesday for a non-conference matchup and then resumes their Pac-12 schedule against Arizona St. for a three-game weekend series.
Stanford's rankings in other polls:
- No. 10 in USA Today/ESPN Top 25 Coaches' Poll
- No. 14 in Baseball America's College Top 25
- No. 8 in NCBWA