(WTVM) - Chattahoochee Valley Community College is World Series bound.
They arrived in Grand Junction, Colorado this week, the site of the national championships in the NJCAA.
It's their fourth trip in the last five seasons, but since it's JUCO ball, with a limit of two-to-three years on a team, only one guy on the current roster was there the last time they made it two seasons ago.
This year's bunch makes their first appearance in the World Series, and while the cliche of "treat it like another game" is true, the actual test is keeping the nerves and all the emotions in check.
"It's just whoever can manage those emotions and the intensity obviously playing in front of a lot of people," said sophomore second baseman Rankin Woley. "The weather's going to be different. It's going to be 90 during the day and 50 at night. It's whoever can weather that the best I think is the team that's going to come out on top."