NCAA.com | June 24, 2015 What to Watch: June 24 Share Finals Game 3: Virginia Cavaliers vs. Vanderbilt Commodores (Series tied 1-1) 8 p.m. ET Wednesday | ESPN with Karl Ravech, Kyle Peterson, Aaron Boone, Jessica Mendoza, Kaylee Hartung Game Center | Interactive Stats Follow on Twitter: CWS | Vanderbilt | Virginia Virginia Vanderbilt Did You Know: The Cavaliers scored the winning run in the seventh inning or later in six of their nine postseason wins. Thirty-eight of UVa's 53 runs scored in the tournament have come after the fifth inning. Did You Know: The Commodores have won three NCAA Championships in their athletics history with the most recent being a women's tennis title in 2015. Others include bowling (2007) and baseball (2014). On the Bump: The Cavs have won each of Brandon Waddell's two starts in the CWS. Both victories came against Florida. On the Bump: Walker Buehler started Game 1 of the 2014 CWS Finals and earned the win in the only game he's started in the 2015 CWS. In the Box: Thomas Woodruff was 3-for-4 in Game 2, including a 2-RBI single in the sixth inning. He did not get an at-bat in Game 1 of the Finals. In the Box: Dansby Swanson, tied with Zander Wiel and Rhett Wiseman with a team-leading 15 home runs, is the only member of the trio without a homer in the College World Series. Pepper: In 17 games in Omaha, Virginia has never lost two consecutive CWS contests, going 2-0 in elimination games in 2015. • Vanderbilt was 0-for-10 with runners in scoring position in Game 2 of the CWS Finals. • If Virginia wins the CWS, the Cavaliers would finish with 44 wins. The last CWS champ with 44 wins or less was Southern California in 1968, finishing 43-12-1. • Vanderbilt owns an 11-5 all-time record in the CWS, including a 4-1 mark in 2015. The Dores posted a 2-2 mark in Omaha in 2011 and 5-2 in 2014. • Vandy has registered 36 NCAA Tournament wins since 2000, tying South Carolina. Virginia is third on the list with 33.