2012 College World Series: Arizona Tops UCLA 4-0

The Arizona Wildcats are now only win away from the finals of the College World Series, as they defeated the UCLA Bruins 4-0 on Sunday night.

With the win, Arizona will have three days off before they will play again.

The Wildcats were paced by starter Konner Wade, who pitched a five-hit complete game shutout, dominating the Bruins batters from the very beginning of the game.

They got all their offense from a big fourth inning, where they got five consecutive hits off UCLA starter Nick Vander Tuig. Seth Mejis-Brean got Arizona on the board by driving in two-runs on a bases-loaded single; Bobby Brown followed him, smacking a two-RBI double.

The Bruins will now play Florida State on Tuesday in an elimination game for both teams.

For complete coverage of the 2012 College World Series, check out this StoryStream. For more on Arizona, visit Arizona Desert Swarm. For UCLA coverage, check out Bruins Nation. More coverage of Florida State can be found at Tomahawk Nation

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