CHARLOTTE– Providence High School’s baseball program has been recognized by MaxPreps in its final 2015 composite national high school baseball rankings.
Providence finished 14th nationally in the composite poll after placing 19th in the MaxPreps Xcellent 25 rankings.
The composite rankings are determined by awarding points to each of the top 25 teams in the five national ranking services. The No. 1 team received one point all the way through to the No. 25 team, which received 25. A team that is not in one of the rankings receives 40 points.
Baseball America, USA Today and Collegiate Baseball News all released their rankings every two weeks while MaxPreps and Perfect Game released weekly national rankings.
Providence won the NCHSAA state 4-A baseball championship series, beating Raleigh Millbrook two games to one after dropping the opening contest.
MaxPreps is one of the North Carolina High School Athletic Association’s corporate partners.