The Arizona Wildcats’ offensive onslaught continued Sunday, and the club finished with a three-game sweep of Sacramento State at Hi Corbett Field.

Justin Behnke went 2 for 3 with a pair of RBIs and leadoff man Cody Ramer drove in two runs as the Wildcats beat the Hornets 8-4.

The win came less than a day after the UA hung 23 runs and 24 hits on the nonconference visitors.

Robby Medel came out of the bullpen to earn his first win of the season, and Bobby Dalbec picked up the save. Medel relieved Austin Schnabel with two out and two on in the third inning. He got Sacramento State’s Chris Lewis to line out to third base, ending the rally.

Arizona (11-4) has won six games in a row and nine out of its last 11. The team will play New Mexico State on Tuesday night at Hi Corbett Field, then hit the road to open Pac-12 play. The UA will face Washington in a three-game series starting Friday night.