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College World Series Finals 2015: UVA vs. Vanderbilt Game 3 Score and Recap

Published by on June 25, 2015

The Virginia Cavaliers completed their improbable 2015 College World Series run in fitting fashion, coming back from an early deficit to outlast the Vanderbilt Commodores, 4-2 in Wednesday's Game 3 to win their first national championship.

NCAA Baseball summed it up in the only way possible:

Pitching wasn't supposed to take center stage yet again with both teams' aces already used up, but Brandon Waddell insisted. Virginia's starter allowed two first-inning runs before settling in for seven innings of work, allowing just four hits and giving his offense the chance to come back from the early deficit.

After that opening-inning explosion, the Commodores' bats went cold, mustering up just three hits in the final eight innings. Virginia eventually got to Vanderbilt pitcher Walker Buehler on Pavin Smith's two-run homer in the fourth that evened things up, and Smith later delivered what proved to be the title-winning RBI on his fifth-inning single.

It's been a truly remarkable run fo...

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