For the Florida Gators, Tuesday night was quite interesting as they earned the very first baseball national title with the score of 6-1 win against the Louisiana State. The Gators (52-19) cleanly swept off the College World Series finale to become the sixth school of Division I to hoist the final trophy in basketball, football and also men’s baseball. According to O’Sullivan, the 10th-year coach who had initially brought the Gators to Omaha for six of the last eight years “Just a gritty group, that’s all I can say. There are other teams that may be bigger and stronger, our starting pitching has carried us the whole year, but we got some timely hits.” LSU coach Paul Mainieri stated that “They’re a very deserving national champion. I’m happy for Kevin. He works hard, and he has had several teams that maybe were even better than this team and sat up here as disappointed as I am right now. Finally got his championship.’‘ O’Sullivan got ingenious for the finale game, sending the freshman Tyler Dyson to the ground for just his second start then calling on to Jackson Kowar, who could have been the game starter if Game 3 had been essential to finish this game. “Something that made this team so special was each and every game, someone new stepped up,” second baseman of Florida Deacon Liput believed. “You never really knew who that person was going to be.” “I don’t think anybody thought we would get to this point,” O’Sullivan stated. “We had our struggles throughout the year offensively. In mid-March, we were hitting about .230 as a team. They kept working and believing, and I told them before the season started that we had what it took, the ingredients, to pull this thing off.