The Arizona Diamondbacks are one win away from reaching the best-of-three finals after defeating the UCLA Bruins 4-0 Sunday night in the College World Series.

Konner Wade pitched a five-hit shutout for the Wildcats.

Arizona did all of its scoring on five straight fourth-inning hits.

The win gave the Wildcats (45-17) control of Bracket 1 and gives them three days off. One more win would get Arizona into the best-of-three finals and give them a chance to play for their fourth national championship and first since 1986.

UCLA (48-15) lost for the first time in 11 games and will play Florida State in an elimination game Tuesday.

It was Arizona’s sixth shutout in 62 CWS games and its first since Craig Lefferts blanked Michigan in 1980.