OMAHA, Neb. — Connor Owings’ bloop RBI single sparked a three-run eighth inning, and Coastal Carolina beat Arizona 5-4 on Tuesday night to send the College World Series finals to a deciding Game 3.

Mike Morrison was sensational in his first start of the season, helping the Chanticleers rebound from a 3-0 loss to the Wildcats in the opener. The teams meet again Wednesday night to decide the national championship.

Owings was batting .125 (3 for 24) in the CWS when he stepped to the plate against Cameron Ming in the eighth. Owings fought off a high inside pitch, sending it into short left field to drive in Anthony Marks from second base with the go-ahead run.

After Zach Remillard chased Ming (3-3) with a double, G.K. Young followed with a two-run single off Alfonso Rivas to give the Chanticleers a three-run lead.

Arizona (49-23) made it a one-run game in the bottom half. One run came home on Justin Behnke’s groundout, and another when shortstop Michael Paez bobbled a routine grounder.