Gators Rated as Top Program in the Country
Sep. 25, 2017 Baseball
Over the past two weeks, the staff at D1baseball.com has released its rankings of the Top 100 Programs in the country in an attempt to assess the overall health of all 300 schools in Division I baseball.
Fresh off the first national title in program history, D1baseball.com selected the Florida Gators as the top program in the country.
Check out what D1Baseball.com’s Kendall Rogers had to say about the Gators:
It’s hard to argue with the facts, and here they are:
Florida has made six trips to the College World Series in the past eight seasons, more than any school in the country.
UF and North Carolina are the only schools EVER to make six CWS trips in an eight-year span.
The Gators have 156 wins over the past three seasons, more than any school in the country.
Under head coach Kevin O’Sullivan, UF has eight national seeds in 10 seasons and earned a top four seed seven times in the past eight seasons.
Since 2010, the Gators have won four Southeastern Conference titles — the most of any team in arguably the toughest conference in college baseball.
In 10 years under O’Sullivan, Florida has won 192 SEC games, the most in the conference.