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Daniel Wilco | NCAA.com | June 26, 2019

All-time College World Series finals matchups, results, champions

Vanderbilt storms past Michigan to claim the College World Series title, 8-2

The College World Series has been around in varying formats since 1947. 

The first two years of the tournament had the championship decided by a best-of-three series, but from 1949 to 2002, the CWS crowned its champion through a double-elimination format. Then, in 2003, the finals returned to a best-of-three series, which it has continued as ever since.

HOW THE COLLEGE WORLD SERIES WORKS: A detailed explanation of the tournament's format and history

Here are the champions and results for every championship game in College World Series history:

2019 — Vanderbilt

Game 1: Michigan 7, Vanderbilt 4
Game 2: Vanderbilt 4, Michigan 1
Game 3: Vanderbilt 8, Michigan 2

2018 — Oregon State

Game 1: Arkansas 4, Oregon State 1
Game 2: Oregon State 5, Arkansas 3
Game 3: Oregon State 5, Arkansas 0

2017 — Florida

Game 1: Florida 4, LSU 3
Game 2: Florida 6, LSU 1

2016 — Coastal Carolina

Game 1: Coastal Carolina 5, Arizona 4
Game 2: Coastal Carolina 4, Arizona 3

2015 — Virginia

Game 1: Virginia 3, Vanderbilt 0
Game 2: Virginia 4, Vanderbilt 2

2014 — Vanderbilt

Game 1: Vanderbilt 9, Virginia 8
Game 2: Virginia 7, Vanderbilt 2
Game 3: Vanderbilt 3, Virginia 2

2013 — UCLA

Game 1: UCLA 3, Mississippi State 1
Game 2: UCLA 8, Mississippi State 0

2012 — Arizona

Game 1: Arizona 5, South Carolina 1
Game 2: Arizona 4, South Carolina 1

2011 — South Carolina

Game 1: South Carolina 2, Florida 1 (11 innings)
Game 2: South Carolina 5, Florida 2

2010 — South Carolina

Game 1: South Carolina 7, UCLA 1
Game 2: South Carolina 2, UCLA 1

2009 — LSU

Game 1: LSU 7, Texas 6
Game 2: Texas 5, LSU 1
Game 3: LSU 11, Texas 4

2008 — Fresno State

Game 1: Georgia 7, Fresno State 6
Game 2: Fresno State 19, Georgia 10
Game 3: Fresno State 6, Georgia 1

2007 — Oregon State

Game 1: Oregon State 11, North Carolina 4
Game 2: Oregon State 9, North Carolina 3

2006 — Oregon State

Game 1:  North Carolina 4, Oregon State 3
Game 2: Oregon State 11, North Carolina 7
Game 3: Oregon State 3, North Carolina 2

2005 — Texas

Game 1: Texas 4, Florida 2
Game 2: Texas 6, Florida 2

2004 — CSU Fullerton

Game 1: CSU Fullerton 6, Texas 4
Game 2: CSU Fullerton 3, Texas 2=

2003 — Rice

Game 1: Rice 4, Stanford 3
Game 2: Stanford 8, Rice 3
Game 3: Rice 14, Stanford 2

2002 — Texas

Final: Texas 12, South Carolina 6

2001 — Miami

Final: Miami 12, Stanford 1

2000 — LSU 

Final: LSU 6, Stanford 5

1999 — Miami 

Final: Miami 6, Florida State 5

1998 — Southern California 

Final: Southern California 21, Arizona State 14

1997 — LSU 

Final: LSU 13, Alabama 6

1996 — LSU 

Final: LSU 9, Miami 8

1995 — Cal St. Fullerton 

Final: Cal St. Fullerton 11, Southern California 5

1994 — Oklahoma 

Final: Oklahoma 13, Georgia Tech 5

1993 — LSU 

Final: LSU 8, Wichita State 0

1992 — Pepperdine 

Final: Pepperdine 3, Cal St. Fullerton 2

1991 — LSU 

Final: LSU 6, Wichita State 3

1990 — Georgia 

Final: Georgia 2, Oklahoma State 1

1989 — Wichita State 

Final: Wichita State 5, Texas 3

1988 — Stanford 

Final: Stanford 9, Arizona State 4

1987 — Stanford 

Final: Stanford 9, Oklahoma State 5

1986 — Arizona 

Final: Arizona 10, Florida State 2

1985 — Miami 

Final: Miami 10, Texas 6

1984 — Cal St. Fullerton 

Final: Cal St. Fullerton 3, Texas 1

1983 — Texas 

Final: Texas 4, Alabama 3

1982 — Miami 

Final: Miami 9, Wichita State 3

1981 — Arizona State 

Final: Arizona State 7, Oklahoma State 4

1980 — Arizona 

Final: Arizona 5, Hawaii 3

1979 — Cal St. Fullerton 

Final: Cal St. Fullerton 2, Arkansas 1

1978 — Southern California 

Final: Southern California 10, Arizona State 3

1977 — Arizona State 

Final: Arizona State 2, South Carolina 1

1976 — Arizona 

Final: Arizona 7, Eastern Michigan 1

1975 — Texas 

Final: Texas 5, South Carolina 1

1974 — Southern California 

Final: Southern California 7, Miami 3

1973 — Southern California 

Final: Southern California 4, Arizona State 3

1972 — Southern California 

Final: Southern California 1, Arizona State 0

1971 — Southern California 

Final: Southern California 5, Southern Illinois 2

1970 — Southern California 

Final: Southern California 2, Florida State 1 (15 inn.)

1969 — Arizona State 

Final: Arizona State 10, Tulsa 1

1968 — Southern California 

Final: Southern California 4, Southern Illinois 3

1967 — Arizona State 

Final: Arizona State 11, Houston 0

1966 — Ohio State 

Final: Ohio State 8, Oklahoma State 2

1965 — Arizona State 

Final: Arizona State 2, Ohio State 0

1964 — Minnesota 

Final: Minnesota 5, Missouri 1

1963 — Southern California 

Final: Southern California 5, Arizona 2

1962 — Michigan 

Final: Michigan 5, Santa Clara 4 (15 inn.)

1961 — Southern California 

Final: Southern California 1, Oklahoma State 0

1960 — Minnesota 

Final: Minnesota 2, Southern California 1 (10 inn.)

1959 — Oklahoma State 

Final: Oklahoma State 5, Arizona 0

1958 — Southern California 

Final: Southern California 8, Missouri 7 (12 inn.)

1957 — California 

Final: California 1, Penn State 0

1956 — Minnesota 

Final: Minnesota 12, Arizona 1

1955 — Wake Forest 

Final: Wake Forest 7, Western Michigan 6

1954 — Missouri 

Final: Missouri 4, Rollins 1

1953 — Michigan 

Final: Michigan 7, Texas 5

1952 — Holy Cross 

Final: Holy Cross 8, Missouri 4

1951 — Oklahoma 

Final: Oklahoma 3, Tennessee 2

1950 — Texas 

Final: Texas 3, Washington State 0

1949 — Texas 

Final: Texas 10, Wake Forest 3

1948 — Southern California

Game 1: Southern California 3, Yale 1
Game 2: Yale 8, Southern California 3
Game 3: Southern California 9, Yale 2

1947 — California 

Game 1: California 17, Yale 4
Game 2: California 8, Yale 7

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