NCAA.com | June 20, 2015 Numbers of the night 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 8 at the College World Series. Florida vs. Virginia 3 THE #CWS FINALS ARE SET!! Virginia vs. Vanderbilt pic.twitter.com/Gxi1Emj10c— NCAA Baseball (@NCAACWS) June 21, 2015 This will be the third CWS Finals rematch in history, and both series have been won by the same team. In 1972-73, Southern California beat Arizona State and in 2006-07, Oregon State defeated North Carolina. 6 Sborz strikes out Schwarz to end T7 and strand runner at 2nd. Stretch time, #OmaHoos and Florida are tied 4-4. #CWS — Virginia Baseball (@UVABaseball) June 21, 2015 Virginia has scored the winning run in the seventh inning or later in six of its seven wins at the NCAA tournament. 6 Florida now has as many home runs at this College World Series as every team at BOTH of the last two CWSs COMBINED. That's a lot. — Alligator Army (@AlligatorArmy) June 21, 2015 Harrison Bader hits Florida's sixth homer of the CWS -- one fewer than Creighton had this year at TD Ameritrade Park. 2 Florida's Peter Alonso is the first player with 2 HR in the same #CWS since Arizona's Robert Refsnyder had 2 in 2012. — Rob Anderson (@_robanderson) June 21, 2015 Peter Alonso's home runs for the Gators have been the longest in TD Ameritrade Park history at 421 and 429 feet. 429 First ever home run hit out to dead center at @tdameritradeprk, and it was CRUSHED. #OmahaGators — Gator Baseball (@GatorZoneBB) June 21, 2015 Peter Alonso puts Florida up 2-1 in the second with a 429-foot home run, the longest in TD Ameritrade Park history. 10 Virginia is 19-6 when hitting a home run this season, 16-8 when scoring in 1st inning, and 29-6 when scoring first this year. — Rob Anderson (@_robanderson) June 21, 2015 Matt Thaiss' 10th home run of the year put Virginia up 1-0 in the first inning.