BLOOMINGTON, IND. -- Wayne Taylor's pinch-hit, three-run homer in the top of the eighth inning helped Stanford stay alive with a 10-7 win over Indiana in the NCAA's Bloomington regional on Sunday.
Stanford (33-24) and Indiana (44-14) will meet again for the regional championship today.
The Cardinal trailed 6-4 when Taylor sent Jake Kelzer's pitch over the left-center field wall.
Stanford added three insurance runs in the ninth, including Zach Hoffpauir's RBI triple. Hoffpauir and Austin Slater, who extended his career-best hitting streak to 21 games, each had three hits.
Indiana led the entire game until Taylor's blast, jumping ahead with a three-run first inning. Sam Travis, Kyle Schwarber and Scott Donley each finished with two hits. Donley drove in two runs.
Hoffpauir and Brant Whiting hit back-to-back solo home runs for Stanford in the second inning.
A.J. Vanegas (3-3) earned the win after throwing a season-high 5.1 innings of relief.
Earlier in the day, Stanford's Danny Diekroeger hit a three-run homer, Brett Hanewich set a career high in strikeouts and Stanford eliminated Youngstown State with a 12-4 win.
Highlighted by back-to-back home runs by Diekroeger and Alex Blandino, Stanford scored six runs in the second inning, beginning with consecutive run-scoring singles from Brett Michael Doran and Tommy Edman.
Hanewich settled in after a rocky start, tossing seven innings, scattering three hits and striking out nine.
The victory against Youngstown State set up the game against Indiana.