College baseball has a new national No. 1.

After LSU’s series loss to Auburn over the weekend, the top spot in D1Baseball’s Top 25 changed hands for the first time all season. The Tigers (37-10) had held the No. 1 national ranking since the preseason, but they dropped back-to-back games to Auburn to close out the series — LSU’s first series defeat in conference play so far this season.

LSU dropped down to No. 2 in the latest rankings. The top spot now belongs to Wake Forest.

Arkansas and South Carolina swapped spots in the No. 3 and No. 6 spots in D1Baseball’s rankings. The Razorbacks (36-12) took all 3 games against Mississippi State on the road. The Gamecocks (36-11) were swept by Kentucky in Lexington. The two sides will meet this weekend in Fayetteville, with the first game scheduled for Friday.

Vanderbilt held at No. 5 in the rankings despite dropping 2 of 3 to Alabama over the weekend. The Commodores (34-13) travel to Florida this week for another top-10 matchup in the SEC.

The Gators (37-12) fell from No. 4 to No. 7 in the latest rankings after losing back-to-back games to close out a series against Texas A&M.

Kentucky (33-13) jumped from outside the rankings altogether to No. 17 after taking 3 games off South Carolina. The Wildcats have a mid-week matchup with Tennessee Tech before traveling to Knoxville to face Tennessee.

The Vols (32-16) dropped from No. 18 to No. 23 in the rankings. They’ll host Austin Peay on Tuesday before welcoming Kentucky to town.

You can see the rest of the latest D1Baseball Top 25 below:

  1. Wake Forest
  2. LSU
  3. Arkansas
  4. Stanford
  5. Vanderbilt
  6. South Carolina
  7. Florida
  8. Coastal Carolina
  9. UConn
  10. Duke
  11. Miami (FL)
  12. West Virginia
  13. Campbell
  14. East Carolina
  15. Oregon State
  16. Clemson
  17. Kentucky
  18. Dallas Baptist
  19. Maryland
  20. Boston College
  21. Virginia
  22. UTSA
  23. Tennessee
  24. Oregon
  25. Southern Miss