South Carolina's Robert Beary (4) scores at home plate as teammates celebrate, against UCLA on a single by Bobby Haney, in the eighth inning of game two of the best-of-three NCAA College World Series baseball finals, in Omaha, Neb., Tuesday, June 29, 2010.
Whit Merrifield of the South Carolina Gamecocks celebrates after hitting the game-winning single off pitcher Dan Klein of the UCLA Bruins in the 11th inning. The 2-1 victory in Tuesday's Game 2 of the finals gave South Carolina the College World Series title.
Which number are you?
The South Carolina Gamecocks celebrate with the NCAA championshop trophy.
Old college try
UCLA shortstop Niko Gallego dives for, but misses a ball hit by South Carolina's Adam Matthews in the eighth inning.
South Carolina players mob teammate Scott Wingo (center) after he scored the winning run.
Pile of smiles
South Carolina players pile up after Scott Wingo scored the winning run against UCLA on a single by Whit Merrifield in the 11th inning.
No piling-on penalty
The South Carolina Gamecocks celebrate after defeating the UCLA Bruins for the NCAA title.
Starter Rob Rasmussen of the UCLA Bruins pitches against the South Carolina Gamecocks during Tuesday's Game 2 of the College World Series finals in Omaha, Neb. South Carolina won, 2-1, in 11 innings for the NCAA title.
Pitching in shadows
Starter Michael Roth of the South Carolina Gamecocks pitches against the UCLA Bruins.
Michael Roth of the South Carolina Gamecocks pitches against the UCLA Bruins.
Larger than life
South Carolina turns a double play during the second inning as seen on the scoreboard at Rosenblatt Stadium.
Infielder Bobby Haney of the South Carolina Gamecocks throws to first after fielding a ground ball.
One for UCLA
UCLA players greet Trevor Brown (11) after he scored against South Carolina on a single by Niko Gallego in the fifth inning.
UCLA's Niko Gallego is caught stealing second base on a tag by South Carolina shortstop Bobby Haney in the fifth inning.
South Carolina's Evan Marzilli is safe at third base on a triple, as UCLA third baseman Trevor Brown (11) loses the ball in the fifth inning.
Steve Rodriguez of the UCLA Bruins slides into second base and breaks up an attempted double play by infielders Bobby Haney and Scott Wingo of the South Carolina Gamecocks during Monday's Game 1 of the College World Series finals in Omaha, Nebraska. South Carolina won, 7-1.
On the board
Jackie Bradley, Jr. of the South Carolina Gamecocks is congratulated by teammate Whit Merrifield after scoring a first-inning run against the UCLA Bruins.
More to score
Adrian Morales of the South Carolina Gamecocks is congratulated by teammate Brady Thomas after scoring against the UCLA Bruins during the third inning.
The UCLA Bruins watch from the dugout at Rosenblatt Stadium.
Evan Marzilli of the South Carolina Gamecocks hits a RBI single against the UCLA Bruins during the second inning.
Starter Gerrit Cole of the UCLA Bruins pitches against the South Carolina Gamecocks.
Can't get home
South Carolina's Christian Walker is out at home against UCLA catcher Steve Rodriguez while trying to score after tagging up on a fly ball in the third inning.
UCLA's Steve Rodriguez slides safely to second base on a single by Beau Amaral, as South Carolina second baseman Scott Wingo bobbles the ball in the third inning.
South Carolina second baseman Scott Wingo leans on UCLA's Beau Amaral, who is forced out at second base on a ball hit by Cody Regis in the first inning.
It's getting away
UCLA left fielder Jeff Gelalich misses the ball hit by South Carolina's Scott Wingo for a triple in the second inning.
Bakin' in the sun
The thermometer dial tops 100 degrees during the seventh inning stretch as UCLA plays TCU.
Blair Dunlap (9), celebrates with teammate Cody Regis, after Dunlap hit a three-run home run against TCU in the first.
Thief on the pads
UCLA's Chris Giovinazzo, bottom, steals second base against TCU shortstop Taylor Featherston in the third inning.
Make a leap
UCLA center fielder Beau Amaral tries in vain to reach for the home run ball hit by TCU's Bryan Holaday, in the fifth.
That a boy!!
TCU's Bryan Holaday, center, is greeted by teammates after hitting a solo home run against UCLA in the first.
UCLA's Blair Dunlap, right, is tagged out at home plate by TCU catcher Bryan Holaday, in the second inning.
Trevor Bauer strikes out 13 in eight innings.
Not over yet
UCLA players exchange high-fives after they beat TCU 10-3.
South Carolina's Christian Walker is surrounded by teammates after he hit a solo home run against Clemson in the fourth.
Bring the heat
Clemson starting pitcher Casey Harman delivers against South Carolina.
Keep it together
South Carolina second baseman Scott Wingo has trouble controlling a ball hit by Clemson's Brad Miller, before throwing to first for the out.
Caught in between
Clemson second baseman Mike Freeman, left, tags out South Carolina's Jackie Bradley Jr. (19), in a rundown after he was caught stealing second base, in the fifth inning.
There ya go
Clemson's Chris Epps (26) is greeted after he scored a run on a throwing error of South Carolina second baseman Scott Wingo, in the seventh.
South Carolina's Whit Merrifield beats the throw to Clemson third baseman John Hinson (4), after he hit a triple in the fifth.
Clemson's Brad Miller, right, is tagged out at first base by South Carolina first baseman Christian Walker, in the fourth.
Hit your spots
South Carolina starting pitcher Sam Dyson works against Clemson in the first.