ESPN.com/USA Softball Collegiate Top 25

2022 Season – Week 7 – March 29, 2022

Week 7 Top 25 Poll I Week 7 Top 25 Poll (no formatting)

1. 

Oklahoma (24)
Big-12
Record: 29-0

Previous Rank: 1
Points: 624
2. 

UCLA (1)
Pac-12
Record: 28-3

Previous Rank: 2
Points: 593
3. 

Florida State
ACC
Record: 30-2

Previous Rank: 3
Points: 572
4. 

Alabama
SEC
Record: 28-4

Previous Rank: 4
Points: 552
5. 

Virginia Tech
ACC
Record: 25-3

Previous Rank: 5
Points: 534
6. 

Northwestern
Big Ten
Record: 22-4

Previous Rank: 9
Points: 447
7. 

Florida
SEC
Record: 27-5

Previous Rank: 6
Points: 440
8. 

Oklahoma State
Big-12
Record: 24-6

Previous Rank: 10
Points: 419
9. 

Arkansas
SEC
Record: 21-6

Previous Rank: 8
Points: 414
10. 

Duke
ACC
Record: 23-5

Previous Rank: 7
Points: 403
11. 

Tennessee
SEC
Record: 22-9

Previous Rank: 14
Points: 387
12. 

Kentucky
SEC
Record:22-7

Previous Rank: 13
Points: 327
13. 

Oregon
Pac-12
Record: 24-5

Previous Rank: 12
Points: 302
14. 

Washington
Pac-12
Record: 20-10

Previous Rank: 11
Points: 301
15. 

Arizona State
Pac-12
Record: 25-5

Previous Rank: 20
Points: 276
16. 

Clemson
ACC

Record: 21-10

Previous Rank: 15
Points: 243
17. 

Auburn
SEC
Record: 27-4

Previous Rank: 18
Points: 234
18. 

Georgia
SEC
Record: 29-5

Previous Rank: 21
Points: 207
19. 

Texas
Big-12
Record: 26-9-1

Previous Rank: 23
Points: 182
20. 

UCF
AAC
Record: 29-7

Previous Rank: 24
Points: 147
21. 

LSU
SEC
Record: 22-11

Previous Rank: 22
Points: 141
22. 

Michigan
Big Ten
Record: 18-9

Previous Rank: 16
Points: 122
23. 

Oregon State
Pac-12
Record: 25-8

Previous Rank: RV
Points: 64
24. 

Arizona
Pac-12
Record: 19-9

Previous Rank: 17
Points: 46
25. 

Missouri
SEC
Record: 19-12

Previous Rank: 19
Points: 30
 

Parenthesis denotes first place votes.

Dropped Out: Stanford
New to Poll: Oregon State

Others receiving votes: Notre Dame (26), Louisiana (18), Stanford (18), Mississippi State (12), UNI (11), Boise State (10), Ohio State (6), San Diego State (6), South Florida (5), Wisconsin (5), Georgia Tech (3), Ole Miss (2), Texas A&M (2), USC Upstate (2), Nebraska (1).