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College World Series Finals 2015: UVA vs. Vanderbilt Game 1 Score and Recap

Published by on June 23, 2015

The Vanderbilt Commodores are one win away from a national championship repeat after taking care of Virginia in Game 1 of the 2015 College World Series finals, 5-1. 

In what's very likely his last appearance in a Commodores uniform, ace pitcher Carson Fulmer did just what he has all season long—dealt absolute fire. He threw 7.2 innings of scoreless action, throwing a whopping 118 pitches (71 strikes) and allowing only two hits.

His dominance on the mound led to Vandy's comfortable Game 1 victory, as NCAA Baseball told:

Similarly strong pitching on the Cavaliers' mound from Connor Jones saw two of the most potent offensive lineups go cold early, as no runs were scored in the game's first five innings. But Vanderbilt broke through in the bottom of the sixth on Will Toffey's two-RBI double, leading to four earned runs for Jones, who got the loss.

The Commodores padded their lead in the seventh off RBIs from Ro Coleman, Dansby Swanson and Bryan Reynolds. Virginia was abl...

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