Florida State had a difficult — and long — road to make the championship series of the Women's College World Series for the first time.After losing their opening game to UCLA, the Seminoles had to win out to get to the final. FSU did just that, beating Georgia, Oregon and UCLA twice.Sunday's sweep of the Bruins was led by local stars.Elizabeth Mason, a former standout at Gaither, hit a three-run homer in the sixth inning of the first game. That blast was the difference as the Seminoles won 3-1.THREE-RUN HOME RUN SEMINOLES! Elizabeth Mason goes YARD in the bottom of the 6th to give @FSU_Softball the lead! #WCWS pic.twitter.com/71Dq3OktUa— NCAA Softball (@NCAAsoftball) June 3, 2018In the second game, former Alonso standout Jessica Warren hit a two-run homer to help ignite the offense. Warren now has 82 home runs in her career, moving her into a tie for ninth in NCAA history. Her two RBIs on that second inning shot also increased her career total to 271, eighth-best in NCAA history.The NOLES are Jessie Warren goes YARD to extend the lead 4-0! #WCWS pic.twitter.com/Vueve6ntUG— NCAA Softball (@NCAAsoftball) June 3, 2018Warren finished 3-for-3. She also made a few key defensive plays, including a double play in the sixth inning.Jessie Warren with the DOUBLE PLAY to end the 6th! #WCWS pic.twitter.com/tXUMVhLVoJ— NCAA Softball (@NCAAsoftball) June 4, 2018Cassidy Davis, who led Newsome to a state title three years ago, came in as a relief pitcher in the sixth inning. She was part of a double play in the fifth inning.NOLES DOUBLE PLAY!!Davis ➡️ Harrod ➡️ Gordon #WCWS pic.twitter.com/cZ15g90OpK— NCAA Softball (@NCAAsoftball) June 4, 2018Afterward, Warren fell to the ground, relishing the moment.This is what making history looks like. #WCWS pic.twitter.com/cV56EIOZXH— NCAA Softball (@NCAAsoftball) June 4, 2018A national title would put the finishing touches on Warren's remarkable career.