The Toccoa Falls College baseball team can continue to call themselves national champions.
Toccoa Falls defeated Dallas Christian College 4-3 in the championship game of the National Christian College Athletic Association Division II baseball World Series Saturday.
TFC entered the World Series as the top seed and outscored its opponents 35-5 during the tournament.
Senior third baseman Corey Warner was named the Most Valuable Player for the 2013 World Series and pitcher Micah Ellington and first baseman Ronnie Stewart were recognized as members of the all-tournament team.
The national title is the third straight championship for Toccoa Falls and is the school’s fourth in five seasons.
Toccoa Falls College previously won the title in 2009, 2011, and last year. In the four national championships TFC has claimed, this is the second time in which the Eagles advanced through the bracket without dropping a game in the double elimination tournament. Toccoa Falls also accomplished the feat in 2011.
In addition to the title, Coach Justin Pollock was awarded the national Coach of the Year award for the third straight year and the fourth time during his coaching career.