TISHOMINGO, Oklahoma (KTEN)- No experience? No problem!

The Murray state softball team didn't return a single starter from last year's squad but the Aggies hit the ground running this spring. 

And this past Sunday, they punched their ticket to their fourth-straight NJCAA World Series.

They are currently on a tear having won 22 games in a row. They head into the World Series as the number three overall seed in the nation. They'll play against the winner of Fort Scott and Bryant and Stratton next Tuesday in South Carolina.

And it has been a remarkable rise from this group as they've grown into a national title contender.

"October and November, we struggled a lot," Murray State head coach Aaron Mullens said. "And then we got back in January and I saw something click with this team. I think the freshman kind of figured it out in that six month period, so we hit our stride early. And then 55-5 [Murray State's record], I didn't necessarily see that with as many freshmen as we have, but it's a pretty cool deal."