Coastal Carolina wins first CWS title in school history
OMAHA, Neb. - Coastal Carolina has defeated Arizona 4-3 to win the College World Series.
It's the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers first NCAA Division I championship in any sport.
Game 3 of the CWS finals was postponed Wednesday due to inclement weather accompanied by lightning in Omaha. It's the first time a CWS championship series has ever been moved to a Thursday.
Coastal Carolina swept the LSU Tigers in a landmark Super Regional appearance for the squad that has now been capped off with a national title win.
When you win the first National Championship in school history. https://t.co/jaei7fo2gM— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) June 30, 2016
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