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12-0 Trojans to measure selves against 4 ranked foes in row (The Associated Press)

At 12-0, Southern California is off to its best start since 1988 and among four unbeaten teams in Division I. Yet the Trojans' highest ranking this week is No. 20, and they don't appear in two of the major polls. The other three wins were against Cal State Fullerton, Kentucky and Fresno State, which are a combined 18-13. ''I think people have their perceptions of this team, and that's fine,'' coach Dan Hubbs said Monday. The Trojans returned most of the club that went 29-24 for the program's first above-.500 record since 2005.

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Former college baseball coach Gordie Gillespie dies at 88 (The Associated Press)

Gordie Gillespie, one of the winningest coaches in college baseball history who also had success coaching football and basketball, has died. The University of St. Francis said Gillespie died Saturday night at his home in Joliet. He spent a quarter-century of his 59-year career as the baseball coach at the NAIA school. Gillespie had 2,402 wins in four sports, though he is most remembered for his accomplishments on the baseball diamond.

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South Carolina's Wynkoop shuts down Clemson in 4-1 win (The Associated Press)

GREENVILLE, S.C. (AP) -- South Carolina starter Jack Wynkoop pitched six strong innings while Alex Destino and Elliott Caldwell had RBI hits in a three-run second to give the Gamecocks a 4-1 victory over Clemson on Saturday.

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College Baseball Super Regionals (June 6 - 9)
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West Virginia coach pushing April start for college baseball (The Associated Press)

Snow patches cover parts of the outfield of Haymarket Park, home of the Nebraska NCAA college baseball team, in Lincoln, Neb., Monday, Feb. 23, 2015. Under an ambitious proposal by West Virginia coach Randy Mazey, NCAA college baseball's regular season would run from April to August instead of February to June. Nebraska coach Darin Erstad said he would favor pushing back the season two weeks, to the first week of March, but he wouldn't want to play past the Fourth of July because that would interfere with prime recruiting time. (AP Photo/Nati Harnik)

The college baseball season would run from April to August instead of the traditional February to June under an ambitious plan by West Virginia coach Randy Mazey. ''It's a screaming reminder of, 'What the heck are we doing playing right now?''' Mazey said Monday from Morgantown, where the temperature was in single digits and 4 inches of snow covered the Mountaineers' new field. Mazey said the NCAA's new governance structure, which gives more autonomy to the five most powerful conferences, make this a good time to change the baseball calendar.


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Wichita State won't appeal loss of baseball victories (The Associated Press)

Wichita State won't appeal an NCAA ruling that it vacate its baseball wins in the 2012 and 2013 seasons, but the school's former baseball coach says he's challenging it on his own. Gene Stephenson tells the Wichita Eagle (http://bit.ly/17suVfS) he knows the chances of the NCAA accepting his appeal are slim, he says it's important. The NCAA placed the program on probation in January after finding the Shockers in 2012 and 2013 used 21 players who were given improper discounts on non-baseball merchandise from the program's athletic apparel manufacturer.

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