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Daniel Wilco | NCAA.com | June 13, 2017

QUIZ: Can you name all the past winners of the CWS?

  Last year's champion, Coastal Carolina, failed to make the NCAA tournament this season.

The Regionals and Super Regionals are behind us, and eight teams are set to gather in Omaha to compete in the 71st College World Series.

Oregon State, Florida, Louisville, Florida State, TCU, Cal State Fullerton, Texas A&M, and LSU have all survived and are vying for the crown.

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Thanks to last year's title winner, Coastal Carolina, failing to make the NCAA tournament, we know we'll have a new champion come July.

Will it be a program's first baseball title, or will one of the 28 past champions continue to fill up its trophy case? We will see. But in the meantime, test your CWS history knowledge with our quiz to see how many of the past 70 national title winners you can name.

If you get stumped, check out the history page for a detailed list of every championship since 1947.

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