For the first time in school history, the men's Vanderbilt Commodores baseball team can call themselves CWS National Champions after defeating Virginia, 3-2. In the top of the eighth inning after center fielder John Norwood, who went 3-3 on the night, blasted a solo homer to give Vandy a one-run lead, the Cavaliers responded with one hell of a threat. After Virginia started with a single and walk, putting two on with no one out, Hayden Stone was brought in to secure the lead. After a sacrifice bunt put two runners in scoring position with one away, Stone hit Kenny Towns to load the bases. 

Somehow, though, Stone was able to prevent any further damage from happening, getting the next two batters to hit into back-to-back fielder's choice plays and avoiding a run from crossing the plate. From then on, it was smooth sailing as Adam Ravenelle came in to throw a 1-2-3 inning in the ninth and give the Commodores the 2014 title. Let the celebration begin...on the field...

...in the crowd...

...on Twitter...

You get the picture. Congrats, Vandy!