NCAA.com | June 22, 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 Game 1 of the College World Series Finals. Vanderbilt 5, Virginia 1 7 Carson Fulmer's 7.2 scoreless IP gave @VandyBaseball game 1 win in CWS Finals. 7 of 28 batters faced by Fulmer hit the ball out of infield. — ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) June 23, 2015 Only seven Cavaliers were able to get the ball out of the infield against Vanderbilt pitcher Carson Fulmer. 22 Hoos on the board! Pinch hitter Jack Gerstenmaier singles in Kenny Towns with 1 out. Vandy leads 5-1 T9. #CWS — Virginia Baseball (@UVABaseball) June 23, 2015 Jack Gerstenmaier's ninth-inning RBI single snaps Vanderbilt bullpen's 22-inning scoreless streak in the NCAA tourney. 53 Fulmer made 19 starts this season, didn’t allow a run in 10 of them. #VandyBoys — Vandy Baseball (@VandyBaseball) June 23, 2015 In roughly 53 percent of Carson Fulmer's starts (10 of 19), he has held the opposition scoreless. 8 Nuff said #FilthyFulmer pic.twitter.com/yU2cfMSakC — Vandy Baseball (@VandyBaseball) June 23, 2015 Vanderbilt's Carson Fulmer finishes his night with eight strikeouts, upping his CWS total to 15 in 13.2 innings pitched. 4 DO IT @VandyBaseball !!!! 5-0...let's go boys!!!!! Yessir #secstrong #reigning — David Price (@DAVIDprice14) June 23, 2015 Four of Vanderbilt's five runs have come with two outs in an inning. 12 V-U!! V-U!! V-U!! Ro Coleman's single up the middle plates Karl Ellison and Vandy leads 3-0 in the 7th. #CWS pic.twitter.com/eARH3x0nFh — NCAA Baseball (@NCAACWS) June 23, 2015 Ro Coleman breaks a 12 at-bat hitless drought at the CWS to drive in Vanderbilt's third run of the game. 3 You can spell clutch: T-O-F-F-E-Y! @IMGAudio of @willtoffey's two-run double for @VandyBaseball >> http://t.co/Meaj0v4cRF! #VandyBoys #CWS — Joe Fisher (@joefishervu) June 23, 2015 Vanderbilt freshman Will Toffey has two hits and three RBI in the CWS after his sixth-inning, two-RBI double to give the Commodores the lead in the bottom of the sixth. 54 The last "CWS Finals game" or winner-take-all title game that was 0-0 after 5 innings was way back in 1961. Again, credit @MalcolmWGray. — Rob Anderson (@_robanderson) June 23, 2015 This is the first game in the CWS Finals -- or title game -- to be scoreless heading into the sixth in 54 years. 54 Great stat from @MalcolmWGray: Carson Fulmer is first pitcher to start consecutive #CWS Finals games since USC's Jim Withers (1960 & 1961). — Rob Anderson (@_robanderson) June 23, 2015 Vanderbilt's Carson Fulmer is the first pitcher to start consecutive CWS Finals games in 54 years. 6 The last 6 college baseball champs won the 1st game of the CWS Finals. Last team to lose CWS Finals opener & win title was 2008 Fresno St. — Rob Anderson (@_robanderson) June 23, 2015 The past six national champions have all won Game 1 of the CWS Finals.