College baseball scores 2013: Top-5 teams avoid upsets


Despite some tough match-ups, the nation's top-five college baseball teams prevailed on Sunday.

The slate of college baseball games Sunday included several match-ups between top-25 teams, and the higher-ranked school prevailed in each case. Second-ranked LSU beat No. 10 Kentucky 11-4, completing a three-game sweep and improving its overall record to 30-2. No. 3 Vanderbilt took care of No. 16 Ole Miss, 7-6; No. 5 Oregon crushed No. 22 Arizona State, 16-3; and No. 8 Oregon State defeated No. 11 UCLA, 5-2.

Top-ranked North Carolina continued its winning ways with an 8-4 victory over Maryland, which improved the Tar Heels to 29-2 overall and a league-best 12-2 in ACC games.

Here's how the rest of the top 25 fared Sunday:

No. 4 Cal State Fullerton 5, UC Davis 2

No. 6 Virginia 8, Wake Forest 6

No. 7 Florida State 5, Miami 1

No. 12 South Carolina 19, Tennessee 2

No. 13 Oklahoma 4, Texas 2

No. 14 Louisville 7, Cincinnati 4

Duke 3, No. 15 Georgia Tech 0

Illinois 3, No. 17 Indiana 2

Florida 8, No. 18 Mississippi State 3

Kansas 3, No. 19 Oklahoma State 2

No. 20 Cal Poly 7, UC-Santa Barbara 6

No. 21 Rice 8, East Carolina 7

No. 23 Houston 9, Marshall 1

Villanova 10, No. 24 Notre Dame 6

No. 25 N.C. State 7, Virginia Tech 3

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