A lot of people made the trip to Omaha to catch the first game of the College World Series between Michigan and Texas Tech on Saturday afternoon.

Following Michigan’s 5-3 victory over Texas Tech in Game 1 on Saturday afternoon, the official Twitter account of NCAA baseball tweeted out that the attendance for the opening contest was 24,148 fans. That total was the highest Game 1 figure in four years.

Not a bad turnout to open up the College World Series.

Michigan took the first game over Texas Tech, leading the entire way. The Wolverines scored a run in the top of the 1st inning and held an advantage the rest of the game.

This season marks the first time Michigan has reached the College World Series since 1988. Saturday marked the Wolverines’ first victory in the CWS since 1983.

Michigan will be back in action on Monday evening, when it plays Florida State. First pitch is scheduled for 7 p.m. ET with ESPN broadcasting the game.