Present standings of the top three NCBA teams

Present standings of the top three NCBA teams

The NCBA, as the entity that governs club baseball across colleges, has several divisions with outstanding teams in each. This has definitively being an exciting seasons and as numbers are rolled down, there are some teams that stay at the top of their performance. This is evidenced in the charts that reflect which are the teams that stay on top of their division. These are the standings for the top three teams among all conferences of the NCBA. This is based on the number of games won only.

Florida State from South Atlantic – South Conference

The team has a stunning record of 9 overall wins this season with no losses or ties.  Their last win to date was against the University of Miami Hurricanes with authority at 8-5.They will see action again on March 5 Florida State University. In their conference, the rival to beat is their overall runner up, UCF. At the moment they seem unbeatable and will not be leaving the top anytime soon.

UC Davis from Southern Pacific – North Conference

This team is pretty far from its competitors when it comes to overall wins. They are safely standing at 9 wins with runner ups Nevada and Berkeley at 5 wins away. Nothing seems to stand in the way of the winning spree of these titans. They hold no losses or ties this season.

Sacred Heart from North Atlantic – East Conference

This university’s achievement places them at the top with a total overall 9 wins, closely followed by Delaware with 6. Both teams have no ties or losses. SHU may not be so secure at the top since their runner up is one that might need close watch. 

Next matches will take place this coming weekend and standings will vary but they are not expected to differ much.

 

 

 

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