Found June 26, 2013 on Larry Brown Sports:

Via Larry Brown Sports:

Three girls who all appear to be related ran onto the field at the College World Series on Tuesday night, recorded themselves doing it on video, and talked about it before and after on Twitter. Let me just tell you this: these girls tweeted some gems.

So here’s the setup. The girls in question are Kayleigh Hill, Emily Hill, and Torrie Hill, and they’re from Omaha, Nebraska. They were at the final game of the CWS, which UCLA won 8-0 over Mississippi State to win their first title in school history.

Early in the game, Kayleigh Hill first told the Twitter world that the three would run onto the field if they could raise enough money to cover the fine:

Then, during the sixth inning, two of the Hill girls announced their plans on Twitter to run out onto the field:

They went through with the plan, and Kayleigh was crazy enough to selfie-record the whole thing on Vine and post it to her Twitter, though she later deleted it.

So how did that all work? Did she edit that video and post it while in jail?

Torrie says she got off because she’s a minor, but the other two were detained.

And then here’s the tweet of the millennium:

Make an arrest and score a date? That would be a heck of a night for the security guard.

The girls and their friends even started a #freeteamhill movement on Twitter that seemed to catch on.

Well executed. I guess this is a perfect example of technology in 2013 working for you.

That was easily our favorite fan running onto the field story since this one.

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