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Baseball America's latest NCAA Baseball Top 25 is out, and both Texas and Texas A&M have moved up slightly. The Aggies moved up into the top five, being ranked No. 5, after going 2-2 last week. Texas A&M had been ranked sixth, but Arizona State's miserable week (1-3) dropped them out of the top five.

The Longhorns likewise jumped up a couple of spots, thanks to Arizona State and Florida State suffering pedestrian weeks. Texas jumped up two spots, from eighth to sixth, after going 3-1 last week. The Longhorns, of course, are looking to return to the College World Series a year after TCU shocked them in the Super Regionals en route to the Horned Frogs' first trip to the College World Series. 

Those same Horned Frogs are ranked No. 12 this week, up three spots from No. 15 last week. TCU went 4-1 on the week to improve to 22-10 on the season. 

The full rankings can be seen after the jump. 

Courtesy of Baseball America, here is the NCAA Baseball Top 25 for this week:

Rk. Team W-L Last Week Prev.
1. Vanderbilt 30-3 4-0 1
2. Virginia 31-3 3-1 2
3. South Carolina 26-5 4-0 3
4. Florida 26-7 2-2 4
5. Texas A&M 24-8 2-2 6
6. Texas 24-8 3-1 8
7. North Carolina 29-5 3-1 16
8. Cal State Fullerton 23-9 3-1 12
9. Oregon State 24-7 4-0 19
10. Arizona State 22-9 1-3 5
11. Florida State 23-9 2-2 7
12. Texas Christian 22-10 4-1 15
13. Fresno State 22-5 2-2 9
14. Oklahoma 24-8 2-2 10
15. Georgia Tech 24-9 1-3 14
16. California 20-9 1-3 13
17. Stanford 15-9 2-2 11
18. Troy 25-6 3-1 20
19. Oklahoma State 24-8 3-1 23
20. Arizona 22-11 2-2 22
21. Stetson 25-7 3-0 25
22. Southern Mississippi 23-8 1-3 18
23. UCLA 16-11 2-2 24
24. Alabama 21-13 0-4 21
25. Arkansas 23-8 4-0 NR
Dropped Out: Louisiana State (17).

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