NORFOLK, Va. -- For the first time since 2007, Old Dominion baseball is nationally ranked. Following the road series win at UAB this past weekend, the Monarchs are ranked 25th in this week's D1Baseball Top 25.
Old Dominion (32-14, 16-8 C-USA) currently sits in second place in the Conference USA standings, as the Monarchs are 11-1 in weekend series this season. ODU is averaging 7.2 runs per game and is hitting .292 as a club, while holding opponents to 4.69 runs per game.
The top-25 ranking marks the first time the Monarchs have been ranked during the Chris Finwood era. The last time ODU was ranked came in 2007, when the Monarchs were ranked 25th by Baseball America during head coach Jerry Meyers' third season at ODU.
View a complete breakdown of Old Dominion baseball in the national polls here.