PANTHERSVILLE, Georgia - Scott Sarratt's single to left with two out in the seventh scored the go-ahead run as UNCW dropped its series finale to Georgia State, 8-7, on Sunday in Colonial Athletic Association baseball action.

The Panthers improved to 19-25 overall and 10-11 in the CAA. The Seahawks, who had their seven-game road winning streak snapped, dropped to 27-17 and 17-4.

UNCW had rallied to tie the game at six-all in the top of the inning on Andrew Cain's three-run homer, but GSU rallied off losing pitcher William Prince (2-2) in the bottom of the frame. With two out and Jonathan Kolowich at third, Sarratt dumped a two-out single down the line in left to push across the go-ahead run. Pinch runner Gabe Shivers would score later in the inning with what would be the winning margin on an infield single.

Michael Bass cut the deficit in half with an RBI single in the 9th, but GSU closer Aidan McLaughlin closed out the game with a strikeout for his second save of the season.

Jake Dyer (3-4) earned the win in relief for the Panthers.

Matt Campbell led UNCW with three hits while Bass chipped in two and drove in two.

Kolowich, meanwhile, had three hits for the Panthers, including two doubles. Joe Wood, Sarratt and Joel Van Asch had two hits apiece for GSU, who outhit the Seahawks, 15-9.

The Seahawks stranded 13 runners on base.

The Seahawks have the week off for finals before returning to Brooks Field for the first of a three-game series against CAA foe Towson on Friday. First-pitch is slated for 6:30 p.m.