On Sunday night at Alex Rodriguez Park, the Wildcats rallied for two runs in the top of the ninth inning against one of the best closers in the country

and then held on in the bottom of the frame to beat regional host Miami 4-3.

The UA advanced to Monday's regional final against Ole Miss at 10 a.m. after defeating the No. 6 national seed. PT. 

To win the Coral Gables Regional and advance to the Super Regionals for the second consecutive year, Arizona (39-24) would have to defeat the Rebels (34-22) twice.

"We talked about just letting them play and just letting it go and leaving everything they've got on the field and doing the best we can," UA coach Chip Hale said. 

"And I'm very proud of them because they never stopped fighting."

Tanner O'Tremba's two-run double gave Arizona the lead for good, capping a two-out rally against Miami closer Andrew Walters, who entered with a 1.14 ERA and only five runs allowed in 31.2 innings while striking out 60 batters.

Walter struck out the first two Wildcats, who combined for 13 strikeouts, but Nik McClaughry's hot shot got the rally started.

Shortstop from Miami Dominic Pitelli caught the sharp bouncer to his right, but he rushed it and the ball sailed over the first baseman's head despite having plenty of time to plant and throw to end the game. 

Daniel Susac, who had two hits but also two strikeouts, was brought up as a result.