NCAA.com | June 19, 2015 Numbers of the night: 2015 College World Series Day 7 Share The College World Series is just full of numbers. For instance, roughly 2.5 percent of Division I team (8 of 301) make it to TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska, and get the chance to win the national championship. We take a look at some of the key stats and figures to come from of Day 7 at the College World Series. Vanderbilt 7, TCU 1 75 Vanderbilt: 13th defending champion to reach championship game; 9 of previous 12 successfully defended title — ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) June 20, 2015 Based on history, Vanderbilt has a 75 percent chance of winning its second consecutive national title. 50 That's 50 wins for the Commodores…for the 3rd consecutive year!!! An amazing stretch of incredible baseball on West End! — VandyFootball (@VandyFootball) June 20, 2015 Vandy's 50th win of the year moves the Commodores to the CWS Finals, and gives them a chance to be the sixth different team to repeat as champions. 6 Commodores get their 6th run as Reynolds triples and comes home on the Toffey single! #CWS pic.twitter.com/ZFg7uzs5P4 — NCAA Baseball (@NCAACWS) June 20, 2015 Will Toffey gives Vanderbilt a 6-0 lead -- more runs than the Commodores had scored in their prior two CWS games combined. 8 Riley has eight strikeouts in three innings here at the College World Series. TCU trails 7-1 heading to the ninth. — TCU Baseball (@TCU_Baseball) June 20, 2015 TCU's Riley Ferrell has pitched three innings at the CWS. He has gotten eight of those nine outs via strikeouts. 9 Well, Walker Buehler has been awesome so far... Buckling knees on #UmpCam! #CWS pic.twitter.com/N1R9EEXlE4 — NCAA Baseball (@NCAACWS) June 20, 2015 Vanderbilt pitcher Walker Buehler retired the first nine TCU hitters he faced, all on 31 pitches. 11 Swanson’s 1st hit is a single up the middle to put 2 on with no outs for Wiel in the 3rd. — Vandy Baseball (@VandyBaseball) June 20, 2015 It took Vanderbilt shortstop Dansby Swanson 11 at-bats before recording his first hit at the CWS. Florida 10, Virginia 5 3 Virginia scores just 3 batters into the game and leads Florida 1-0. Cavaliers beat the Gators 1-0 on Monday. — Rob Anderson (@_robanderson) June 19, 2015 It took Virginia all of three batters to jump on Florida starter Logan Shore and get a 1-0 lead. 4 Fourth time this #CWS that we've scored 4+ runs in an inning. All other teams combined have done it three times. #OmahaGators — Gator Baseball (@GatorZoneBB) June 19, 2015 The sixth inning saw Florida cross the plate five times to open up a 9-1 lead on Virginia. 5 That inning. #OmahaGators pic.twitter.com/V8rkjfKGM4 — Gator Baseball (@GatorZoneBB) June 19, 2015 The third inning was the fifth time Florida has scored three or more runs in an inning in this CWS. 13 Florida hands Virginia its 1st loss in the NCAA Tournament. Gators are 1st team w/ 3 10-run games in same CWS since South Carolina in 2002. — ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) June 19, 2015 It's been 13 years since the last time a team at the CWS has scored 10 runs in a game three times. 63 #OmaHoos take 1-0 lead to B1 as Nathan Kirby toes rubber for first time since April 17. #CWS — Virginia Baseball (@UVABaseball) June 19, 2015 Nathan Kirby is on the mound for Virginia for the first time in 63 days. He missed the past nine weeks with an injury.