OXFORD, Mississippi — Fans from far and wide came to Oxford to celebrate Ole Miss baseball's first National Championship.
The Rebels paraded through Oxford's Square to cheers and celebrations.
Afterward, a special presentation was held featuring the team, coach Mike Bianco, Oxford's mayor, and even Gov. Tate Reeves.
Fans said this is one of the best things to ever happen to Ole Miss.
"Just awesome. Just wonderful," Ole Miss fan and alumna Marilyn Hughes said. "It's unbelievable and well-deserved. They've waited a long, long time and we've had so many great teams. Coach Mike Bianco is the best. We love him."
It was a remarkable run for the Rebels. They were one of the last teams to make the tournament and went 10-1 in the College World Series to come away with their first title.