LSU ranks 3rd in 2022 Collegiate Baseball Preseason Poll – Crescent City Sports – UK

BATON ROUGE, La. – In the preseason survey published by the newspaper 2022 Collegiate Baseball on Monday, LSU ranks third, marking the 10th time in 11 seasons that the Tigers have started the year among the top 10 teams in the country.

LSU completed fall training last month, and the Tigers will report to campus in January to begin pre-season training. The 2022 season begins February 18 when LSU hosts at Alex Box Stadium, Skip Bertman Field, Maine.

“I found our work very productive during the fall training; Our players have done a great job in being very coachable and empathising with the process of how we work, ”said coach Jay Johnson, who is in his debut season at LSU after taking Arizona to the College World Series in two of the last five seasons Had led . “Our coaches have done a great job measuring and evaluating the players on our team and we have created a strong foundation to build on as we head into the season.

“Right now it’s important that the players take responsibility for their development so we can maximize our preparation for their return to school next month. We are very happy to reach this point. ”

LSU’s roster for 2022 includes nine position players who appeared in a significant number of the Tigers’ 63 games last season, including outfielder Dylan Crews, 2021 Perfect Game National Freshman of the Year; Freshman All-America first baseman Tre ‘Morgan; Outfielder Gavin Dugas, the 2021 SEC leader at RBI; Infielder Cade Doughty, shortstop Jordan Thompson, designated hitter Cade Beloso, catcher Alex Milazzo, outfielder Giovanni DiGiacomo and outfielder / infielder Drew Bianco.

Other players with starting experience are outfielder Brody Drost, infielder Collier Cranford and Will Safford, and catcher Hayden Travinski.

The veterans are joined by several talented newcomers, including impact transfers like infielder Jacob Berry – 2021 Collegiate Baseball National Freshman of the Year in Arizona – catcher Tyler McManus (Samford) and first baseman / outfielder Brayden Jobert (Delgado CC).

Infielder Jack Merrifield is an accomplished transfer from LSU-Eunice, and a seasoned newcomer group consists of outfielders Josh Pearson and Josh Stevenson and infielders Luke Leto and Brennan Holt.

LSU’s pitching team includes 10 hurlers who recorded innings last season, including graduate right-handed Devin Fontenot, senior right-handed Ma’Khail Hilliard, and graduate right-handed Trent Vietmeier.

Other returnees on the hill include sophomore redshirt left-handed Jacob Hasty, second left-handed Javen Coleman, and second right-handed Ty Floyd, Will Hellmers, Garrett Edwards, Michael Fowler, and Blake Money.

Right-handed Eric Reyzelman, a transfer from the University of San Francisco, is expected to impact staff as well as two transfers from Arizona – right-handed Bryce Collins and left-handed Riley Cooper.

The staff is reinforced by left-hander Trey Shaffer, a graduate transfer from southeast Louisiana, JUCO transfer right-handers Paul Gervase and Jason Bollman, and a talented crew of real freshmen pitchers, including right-handers Cale Lansville, Grant Taylor, Grant. include Fontenot and Samuel Dutton.

LSU is one of 10 Southeastern Conference teams to appear in the Top 50 Collegiate Baseball 2022 Preseason, along with No. 2 Vanderbilt, No. 6 Florida, No. 9 Mississippi State, No. 19 Ole Miss, No. 20 Arkansas , No. 33 Georgia, No. 34 Tennessee, No. 40 Alabama, and No. 44 South Carolina.

LSU is expected to play 25 of its 56 regular season games against teams ranked in Collegiate Baseball’s preseason poll.

2022 College Baseball Preseason Poll
Rank team (2021 final result) Points
1. Texas (50-17) 498
2. Vanderbilt (49-18) 494
3. LSU (38-25) 491
4. Texas Technology. (39-17) 487
5. Stanford (39-17) 484
6. Florida (38-22) 481
7. Oklahoma Str. (36-19-1) 480
8. East Carolina (44-17) 476
9. Mississippi Street (50-18) 474
10. Notre-Dame (34-13) 473
11. Georgia-Tech. (31-25) 470
12. Florida Str. (31-24) 468
13. Texas-Christ (41-19) 464
14. UC Irvine (43-18) 462
15. Louisiana-Tech. (42-20) 461
16. Central Michigan (42-18) 458
17. UC Santa Barbara (41-20) 454
18. UCLA (37-20) 453
19. Mississippi (45-22) 451
20. Arkansas (50-13) 448
21. Oregon (39-16) 447
22. Arizona (45-18) 445
23. Miami, Florida (33-21) 441
24. Virginia (36-27) 438
25. North Carolina (28-27) 435
26. Louisville (28-22) 433
27. NC State (37-19) 431
28. Herzog (33-22) 430
29. Campbell (37-18) 429
30. Michigan (27-19) 426
31. Nebraska (34-14) 423
32. Dallas Baptist (41-18) 420
33. Georgia (31-25) 418
34. Tennessee (50-18) 415
35. Gonzaga (34-19) 413
36. Süd-Alabama (36-22) 409
37. Freedom (41-18) 404
38. Maryland (30-18) 402
39. Connecticut (34-19) 399
40. Alabama (32-26) 397
41. Fairfield (39-5) 394
42. Oregon St. (37-24) 391
43. Arizona-Str. (33-22) 389
44. South Carolina (34-23) 386
45. Oklahoma (27-28) 382
46. ​​Long Beach St. (24-15) 375
47. Kal. Poly (31-25) 373
48. Southern Miss. (40-21) 370
49. Altes Dominion (44-16) 367
50. Nevada (25-20) 364

Andere Teams, die Stimmen erhalten: Clemson (25-27), Baylor (31-20), Washington St. (26-23), Kalifornien (29-26), Grand Canyon (39-21-1), California Baptist (40- 16), Brigham Young (23-27), Abilene Christian (36-21), Sam Houston St. (30-25), San Diego (33-12), Auburn (25-27), Texas A&M (29-27 .) ), Kentucky (29-23), Coastal Carolina (27-24), Georgia Southern (34-23), Louisiana-Lafayette (32-23), Creighton (24-15), Tulane (31-24), Wichita St (31-23), San Diego St. (30-16), Nevada-Las Vegas (20-13), Fresno St. (20-25), Kent St. (30-26), Ball St. (38 -18), Wright St. (35-13), Florida Atlantic (32-25), Iowa (26-18), Ohio St. (22-20), Nordflorida (22-23), Stetson (26-23 .) ), Zentralflorida (31-30), Südflorida (31-30), Stony Brook (31-18), Nordosten (36-12), NC Wilmington (32-22), Charlotte (40-21), Indiana St (31-21), Bradley (20-22), Samford (35-24), East Tennessee St. (24-25), Mercer (35-22), Wofford (36-21), Western Carolina (28- 21), Südost-Louisiana (32-24), Nordwest-Str. (27-26), Te xas A&M-Corpus Christi (25-29), Oral Roberts (31-23), North Dakota St. (42-19), Texas-Arlington (27-30), Louisiana-Monroe (26-26), Florida Gulf Coast (28-20), Southeast Missouri St. (30-22), Murray St. (33-25), Bryant (27-14-1), Monmouth (24-13), Rider (23-18), SC Upstate (37-16), Seton Hall (23-25), Virginia Commonwealth (38-16), Rhode Island (28-26-1).

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