It's May 1st, and that means many of the NCAA baseball tournament selections are starting to come out. There are only three weeks left in the regular season and most projections have Purdue solidly listed as a regional host, as well as some having us as a National seed. As I said yesterday, if we win the UCLA series we can definitely think about being a National seed.
I've also been sick all day, working from home and trying to stay vertical with the help of vitamin C and DayQuil, so I haven't been able to write much. There will be a quick update here after 5pm when the NCAA women's tennis tournament field is announced. Purdue is an automatic bid to that, and the bracket can likely be found here.
BaseballAmerica.com: College: Top 25 Rankings: College Top 25: April 30
Purdue moves up from No. 15 to No. 13 in advance of their series with No. 14 UCLA
PG Top 50: Making some moves | Perfect Game USA
Purdue is up one spot to No. 7 according to Perfect Game
USA TODAY/ESPN Top 25 coaches' baseball poll – USATODAY.com
Purdue moves up to No. 11 in the ESPN/Coaches Poll
NCBWA > News > Top 30 Poll
Also, Purdue is at No. 11 here as well.
NCAA DIV I POLL - Current - Collegiate Baseball Newspaper
This is the lowest poll for Purdue, as Purdue drops a spot to No. 18.
Scout.com: 2013 NFL Draft - First Round Talents
KK is listed as the No. 12 Pro prospect in the country going into 2012.
PG 64: Projecting the NCAA field | Perfect Game USA
Purdue stunningly jumps to a No. 5 national seed.
Oregon Ducks rise to top in Pac-12 after strong weekend - college baseball - ESPN
Eric Sorenson moves Purdue to No. 5 in his Power Rankings. Damn!
ACC, SEC and Pac-12 dominate bracketology projections - NCAA baseball - ESPN
ESPN's projections have Purdue hosting in Gary, but not as a National seed, meaning they would go to Oregon if Oregon won in this scenario, or host if one of the other three teams won that regional.
Laura Gonzalez-Escallon named the Big Ten Player of the Year in women's golf.