Michigan is a perfect 4-0 in the College World Series and is now just one win away from claiming an NCAA national championship.

The previous three victories don’t matter at this point, as Michigan and Vanderbilt started the College World Series championship series on Monday night — a best-of-three series to determine who takes a national title home. But the Wolverines’ perfect record points to the team’s domination since arriving in Omaha.

Game 1 against Vanderbilt was no different.

Just as it has in the previous three games in the College World Series, Michigan drew first blood, opening a 2-0 lead in the top of the 1st inning, thanks to RBI hits from Jordan Brewer and Blake Nelson. The Wolverines never relinquished the lead.

Michigan added two additional runs in the 2nd inning, thanks to a big hit from Ako Thomas.

Vanderbilt threatened throughout the game, adding two runs of their own in the bottom of the 2nd, making it 4-2. A leadoff home run in the bottom of the 6th inning from the Commodores cut the lead to 4-3 with three innings to play.

But Michigan’s Jimmy Kerr came up big in the top of the 7th, belting a two-run shot over the right field wall to increase the Wolverine lead to 6-3, scoring Brewer who reached on a single. In the following inning, Joe Donovan blasted a one-run shot to make the score 7-3.

Starting pitcher Tommy Henry — who pitched a complete game shutout against Florida State in a 2-0 victory — was fantastic again on Monday. Henry went 8 1/3 innings, surrendering just 4 runs on 7 hits. He struck out 8 batters and gave up just one walk.

In two games as Michigan’s starter in the College World Series, Henry has notched 18 strikeouts.

Jeff Criswell came in to get the final two outs for the Wolverines, securing the 7-4 victory. One batter popped out while the final out came on an infield ground ball.

Michigan has not lost a single game in the College World Series, and has won five straight dating back to its Game 3 win over top-seeded UCLA in the Super Regional. With Monday night’s win, the Wolverines need just one more victory to claim a national title.

Game 2 will be played on Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET on ESPN.