The whole series was like this. The guy hitting is obviously UCLA
Arizona drops to 2-12 against the five schools ahead of them in the PAC-12 standings (Oregon State, Oregon, UCLA, ASU, Stanford).
The Wildcats had a chance in the fifth inning as they loaded the bases with no outs and only down four runs at the time, but Brandon Dixon and Kevin Newman both popped up to the first baseman, and Riley Moore grounded out the first baseman.
Andy Lopez showed how much the game meant to him and the team's postseason chances when he brought in Mathew Troupe in the fourth inning, but the junior went on to give up four runs and six hits in two innings of work as UCLA put the game away.
Arizona fell so far behind because of a six-run inning by the Bruins in the third, five of those runs unearned after Scott Kingery dropped a fly ball to right off the bat of Pat Valaika. Chris Keck finished off the inning with a 3-run homer which should have never happened, but the Kingery error came back to haunt the Cats in a big way.