While the top of the Fab 5 remains the same, there was certainly a bit of a shakeup this past week.

Spruce Creek's head-to-head win over Taylor catapults the Hawks back in the top three. Meanwhile, DeLand slides out for the first time, having lost four in a row.

As for the team replacing DeLand, the Atlantic Sharks are finally a Fab 5 squad.

1. University (17-4)

The Titans edged Lake Mary, 2-1, in their only action last week. On April 11, they sat No. 7 in the Miracle Sports state rankings for Class 9A.

University seems to have a multitude of ways it can beat opponents. The lineup has produced a .305 batting average and .750 OPS while converting on 35 of 40 stolen base attempts. Senior Marissa Adame has run her pitching record to 16-2 with a 0.64 ERA and 180 strikeouts in 121 innings.

With winnable games ahead against Pine Ridge and Seabreeze, University should enter the postseason atop the poll.

Last Week: 1

2. Deltona (18-2)

Deltona concluded a perfect regular season inside District 5-7A with a 4-1 victory over Seabreeze. Twelve of the Wolves' 18 wins have come against district opposition.

Much of the attention for Deltona has circled around shortstop Morgan Lebeda (.533, 8 HR, 33 RBI, 32 runs), first baseman Michelle Decker (.471, 1 HR, nine doubles, seven triples, 34 RBIs, 25 runs) and pitcher Abagaile Killian (0.56 ERA, 212 Ks in 112.2 IP). But sophomore Florangel Betancourt has been a breakout player down the stretch, hitting .426 with four triples and 19 RBIs.

Deltona will ramp up the difficulty as it enters the postseason, closing out the campaign with games against Atlantic, Taylor and DeLand.

Last Week: 2

3. Spruce Creek (14-10)

Perhaps the Hawks are starting to round into form at just the right time. They have won five of their last seven, including a 6-3 showing against Taylor on Thursday.

More importantly, Spruce Creek is 6-1 in its last seven games against District 2-9A competition. University will surely be the favorite, but the Hawks could end up clashing with Lake Mary next week for the second playoff spot.

Florida Atlantic signee Tyler Colby leads the Hawks with a .369 average, Caitlin McGinley has slugged three home runs with 23 RBIs and Tiana Hernandez has logged 84 strikeouts in 90.1 innings.

Last Week: 4

4. Taylor (15-2)

The Wildcats' only two defeats have come to 9A squads University and Spruce Creek. In the most recent Miracle Sports poll, Taylor was ranked No. 3 in Class 5A behind Coral Springs Charter and Marianna.

Averi Harcus smacked her fourth home run of the season last week, and Kaylee Cowart has racked up a team-high 12 doubles. The offense has generated 177 runs (10.4 per game), compared to only 32 allowed.

Taylor has three road games lined up to conclude the season, against Deltona, Umatilla and DeLand.

Last Week: 3

5. Atlantic (11-4)

Atlantic crashes the party in the final week of the regular season. An honorable mention in Class 5A, the Sharks are seeded second in their district behind Taylor.

Sophomores Rosie Foster and Summer Cowen have combined for 42 hits in 91 at-bats, including five home runs and 18 RBIs. Sarah Fosson and Maya Hamel have also topped double digits in RBIs.

The Sharks close out the regular season with games against St. Augustine Menendez, Pine Ridge and Winter Park Geneva School.

Last Week: NR