Sean Merriman, web editor, June 3, 2015

This one is for all the marbles. The No. 3-ranked Michigan softball team will take on No. 1 Florida in a winner-take-all game in the NCAA Women's College World Series tonight at 8 p.m. ET at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

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The Wolverines and Gators split the first two games of their best-of-three series, with Florida winning Monday night's opener, 3-2, and Michigan winning last night's contest, 1-0.

This championship series is filled with plenty of outstanding storylines as the Wolverines will attempt to take home their first title since 2005, while the Gators will look to repeat after winning it all in 2014.

With the help of our good friends over at, here is a look at 10 fun-filled facts heading into tonight's national championship game.

1. Michigan has outscored its opponents in the NCAA tournament, 68-24, over a 10-game span.

2. Beginning in 2005, a best-of-three series was implemented in order to determine the national champion. Since that time, the winner of Game 2 of the WCWS has gone on to win the championship 100 percent of the time.

3. Michigan coach Carol Hutchins has 1,432 career wins heading into tonight's game, which ranks second among the all-time winningest coaches in NCAA history.

4. Michigan junior Sierra Romero now owns the school record for career home runs (63), runs scored (226) and RBI (225).

5. The Wolverines are the only team that played in this year's WCWS to feature two players with 20-plus home runs this season (Sierra Romero and Kelly Christner).

6. Heading into tonight's matchup, the Wolverines have hit a total of 118 home runs this season, which leads the nation in that category.

7. Last night's 1-0 victory over Florida marked the first time a team has held the Gators scoreless this season.

8. Since the Wolverines' 1992 recruiting class, every four-year Michigan player has played in at least one WCWS.

9. Senior pitcher Haylie Wagner has not allowed a single earned run over 20 innings in WCWS play.

10. With her 1-0 victory over Florida last night, Wagner became the third player in Michigan softball history to win 100 career games on the mound.

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