College World Series 2012 Bracket: Arizona Wildcats Are In Command

Thanks to starting pitcher Konner Wade's complete game, five-hit, shutout win on Sunday night, the Arizona Wildcats made short work of the UCLA Bruins with a 4-0 victory. The Wildcats are now at 2-0 in Bracket 1 of the 2012 College World Series in Omaha and are looking forward to finding out who their final opponent in the bracket will be.

On Tuesday, the Florida State Seminoles will play UCLA to see who will stay alive for at least one more game and who will be heading home. The Seminoles eliminated Stony Brook in a blowout win on Sunday to survive.

Arizona should feel pretty good about their position, as they'll need just one more win to advance to the finals. Both FSU and UCLA are 1-1 in the tournament -- both teams' losses have come at the hands of the Wildcats.

Arizona will play the winner of FSU-UCLA on Thursday.

The College World Series is a double-elimination format until getting down to the final two teams, at which point those finalists will play in a best-of-three series. You can find a full, interactive bracket at the official NCAA website.

For more on the Wildcats be sure to check out AZ Desert Swarm. Follow the SB Nation Arizona StoryStream for continued baseball updates throughout the College World Series.

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