Michigan is headed to the College World Series Championship.

The Wolverines had no trouble with Texas Tech on Friday afternoon in Omaha, defeating the Red Raiders 15-3 in an elimination game. Michigan went a perfect 3-0 this week, which included two wins over Texas Tech and a victory over Florida State. It has guaranteed a spot in the College World Series Championship, which will begin on Monday.

Michigan is the first B1G team to reach the championship series since Ohio State claimed the national title in 1966.

For the third straight game, Michigan scored in the 1st inning, building a 2-0 lead early. Texas Tech answered back, putting together a 3-run 2nd inning in an early back-and-forth battle. But the Wolverines answered right back and was able to build a 4-3 lead at the end of the 3rd inning.

The Wolverines scored 13 unanswered runs — which included a 5-run inning in the 6th — to reach the 15-3 final, handing Texas Tech its second and final loss of the College World Series.

Jimmy Kerr had a huge day for Michigan, starting the day with an RBI double to get the Wolverines on the board first. He also knocked blasted two solo home runs in the contest.

Michigan scored its 15 runs on 14 hits and 2 errors from Texas Tech.

Karl Kauffman gets the win for the Wolverines, allowing 3 runs on 6 hits and 4 walks in the victory, while striking out two batters in six innings of work. Jeff Criswell finished off the last three innings to get the save. He ended with five strikeouts.

Michigan will now await the winner of Vanderbilt and Louisville to compete for a national championship on Monday.