The 2011 College World Series In Photos

June 30, 2011
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A Look Back At The Action In Omaha….

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The 2011 College World Series is in the books. South Carolina is again the national champion, giving the SEC three consecutive championships.

Collegebaseball360.com was lucky enough to have two photographers in Omaha during the CWS. Omaha’s Kirk Markus was there for nearly every game, while Dave Wolpert, who brought us action from the ACC during the regular season and ACC Tournament, was there for the CWS Finals as well.

For even more CWS photos visit our CB360 Shutterfly site.

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Fireworks lit-up the downtown Omaha sky the night before the CWS began (Markus).

Vanderbilt's Connor Harrell is congratulated by his teammates after hitting the first of his CWS leading two HR in the opener vs. North Carolina (Markus).

South Carolina's Michael Roth put his left shoulder on ice after the first of his three CWS starts (Markus).

First round MLB Draft pick Sonny Gray was the starting pitcher in Vanderbilt's first ever game at the College World Series (Markus).

Florida head coach Kevin O'Sullivan pleads his case after what should have been a home run for Brian Johnson was ruled a double (Markus).

Umpires got together, but the double call would stand (Markus).

Texas first round draft pick Taylor Jungmann suffered his third straight NCAA Tournament loss in the Longhorns' loss to Florida (Markus).

Eventual CWS Most Outstanding Player, Scott Wingo, gave the South Carolina a walk-off win vs. Texas A&M (Markus).

Texas A&M pitcher Nick Fleece gave-up Wingo's hit (Markus).

Wingo celebrates with his teammates after his game winning hit (Markus).

Erik Johnson started Cal's first game in Omaha since 1992 as the Golden Bears advanced to the CWS less than nine months after they thought their program would be eliminated (Markus).

A shot from the outfield at the new TD Ameritrade Park (Markus).

Augie Garrido is a regular in Omaha, but his Longhorns were the first team to go packing with an 0-2 CWS record (Markus).

A North Carolina mound conference during the Tar Heels' elimination game loss to Vanderbilt (Markus)

Vanderbilt head coach Tim Corbin does his ESPN in-game interview with Kyle Peterson (Markus).

Danny Hulzten started twice on the mound for Virginia, but he was also the Cavalier DH (Markus).

Virginia head coach Brian O'Connor, who has been to Omaha as a player, assistant coach and now twice as a head coach, talks to ESPN's Jenn Brown (Markus).

Whether it's Rosenblatt or TD Ameritrade, beach balls will always find their way on the CWS Field (Markus).

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Find everything you could possibly want in officially licensed College World Series gear at The Dugout – your one stop for the most officially licensed 2011 College World Series apparel!

The Dugout, located right across the street from the Road To Omaha statue outside TD Ameritrade Stadium. If you can’t make it to Omaha, simply follow this link to Dugouthats.com. You’ll save 20% on your order when you enter the coupon code CB360!

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Jackie Bradley, Jr. runs the bases in South Carolina's win over Virginia (Markus).

North Carolina players with their rally caps on during their second loss to Vanderbilt (Markus)

Tar Heel Chaz Frank tries to no avail to bring back a home run ball vs. Vandy (Markus).

Cal players share hugs at the end of their up and down season that ended in Omaha (Markus).

Cal head coach David Esquer, the National Coach of the Year, does his ESPN interview with Kyle Peterson (Markus).

Virginia pitcher Tyler Wilson prepares to exit after helping the Cavs beat Cal in their elimination game (Markus).

Cal players make the long walk up the tunnel after their final CWS game (Markus).

Virginia's Chris Taylor slides safely across first base as South Carolina's Christian Walker goes high to make the catch and Cavalier assistant Eddie Smith looks on (Markus).

Virginia leftfielder John Barr makes a spectacular catch vs. South Carolina (Markus).

South Carolina closer Matt Price pitched 5 2/3 innings of intense relief in the 13 inning win over Virginia (Markus).

Virginia closer Branden Kline prepares to start his 5 inning relief outing in the 13 inning marathon (Markus).

Gamecock rally caps are on during the 13 inning game (Markus).

An overthrown ball at third base allowed South Carolina to score the winning run vs. Virginia and advance to the CWS Finals (Markus).

Florida head coach Kevin O'Sullivan takes batting practice before the start of the CWS Finals.

Florida's Tyler Thompson scored the first run of the CWS Finals on a sacrifice fly (Markus).

Florida's Hudson Randall started game one of the CWS Finals (Wolpert).

Cody Dent is out at the plate after a tag by Robert Beary (Markus).

Gamecocks closer Matt Price celebrates his 19th save in game one of the CWS Finals (Wolpert).

SEC Player of the Year Mike Zunino connects on his 19th home run in the CWS Finals game two (Markus).

John Taylor delivers a pitch in his nation-leading 50th relief appearance of the season (Markus).

South Carolina celebrates a second straight national championship (Wolpert).

(Wolpert photo)

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