Coastal Carolina captured its first baseball championship ever this year when they topped Arizona in the College World Series in Omaha.

It's the first time a team has won its debut in Omaha since 1956 when Minnesota won the title. La Salle High School graduate Zach Remillard was a major reason for the Chanticleers success this season, hitting .341 on the year.

The team came back from a 1-0 series deficit against the Wildcats and won five elimination games throughout the national tournament.

Remillard was also drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the 10th round of the MLB Draft this year and will sign in the coming days.

We brought in Remillard today to talk about his emotions after winning the World Series, what his timetable is like to sign with the Sox, his approach at the plate and much more.

LISTEN HERE as Zach Remillard joins 'Big Board Sports' with Rodger Wyland:

More From 104.5 THE TEAM