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.
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