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Seminoles Finish as High as 12th in Final Baseball Polls

The college baseball season came to an end Wednesday night as Virginia defeated Vanderbilt 4-2 to capture the first College World Series title for the ACC in about six decades.

Though Florida State took two of three from the Cavaliers during the regular season, the Seminoles were handled by rival Florida earlier this month in the Super Regionals — the same Florida team who would be eliminated by Virginia.

FSU finished the 2015 season with a record of 44-21 and finishes in the top 15 in each of the five major polls. The Seminoles ranged from 12th to 15th in the final set of polls with the Collegiate Baseball Poll having them the highest at No. 12.

Florida State’s worst finish was in the Baseball America Poll, where the Seminoles finish No. 15. The USA Today Coaches Poll and the NCBWA Poll each had FSU finishing 13th. In the D1Baseball Poll, Florida State finishes No. 14.

Featured image courtesy of AP Photo/Phil Sears

Mike Ferguson

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Mike Ferguson is a Bloguin contributor, the editor of Noled Out and a lifetime Florida State sports enthusiast. Mike vividly remembers watching Warrick Dunn run down the sideline in Gainesville in 1993, the "Choke at Doak" in 1994 and Monte Cummings' driving layup to beat #1 Duke in 2002. Mike has worked as a sports reporter in both print and online. For isportsweb in 2013, Mike gave press coverage of Florida State football's run to the 2013 national championship. Mike has been featured on SI.com, FoxSports.com and Yahoo Sports while interviewing major sports stars such as 2013 National League MVP Andrew McCutchen. Mike graduated from Florida State University in 2009 with a major in Religion and a minor in Communications. Mike currently resides in Haines City, Florida with his wife Jennifer and daughters Trinity and Greenly. Mike is a full-time reporter at Polk County's newspaper, The Ledger, in Lakeland, Florida. Mike can be followed on Twitter @MikeWFerguson.

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