Timmons belts his 10th home run of the season.
Position players Jack Veasey and Michael Breen pitch in the loss.
SJSU starter Matt Brown matched his career-high in innings pitched and strikeouts.
Graham Gomez and Zach Wallace combine to pitch five shutout innings to end the game.
Spartans have now lost six games in a row.
AT SAN JOSÉ STATE: Completed his second season with the Spartans coming a freshman campaign which saw him start in 41 games.
2017: Started in all 55 games at shortstop... Team-high 18 multiple hit games including six 3-hit games... Named Spartan Foundation Student-Athlete of the Month in March... Career-best seven game hit streak (3/17 - 3/25)... Batted in seven different spots in the lineup including 19 times at the leadoff spot... Led the team in at-bats (219)... Second on the team in sacrifice bunts (7)... Third on the team in batting average (.279)... Tied for third on the team in runs scored (27).
2016: Played in the most games (47) and made the most starts (41) of any Spartan freshman... Started 37 games at shortstop and 4 as the designated hitter… Batted leadoff in 31 games… Tied for the team lead in RBI with 26… Led the team in sacrifice flies with three… Hit .264 in 163 at-bats… Had 12 multiple hit games and five multiple RBI games including two 3-RBI games… Drove in three runs in his first career start against UC Irvine (2/20)… Season-high three runs scored in the win against Stanford (3/28)… Went 4-for-9 with three RBIs in the doubleheader against Air Force (3/12)… Collected five hits and three RBIs in the home series against New Mexico (4/15-17)… Season-high six assists against Long Beach State (5/13).
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Carlmont High School in Belmont, Calif. …A four-time letterwinner for head coach Rich Vallero…As a sophomore in 2013, hit .333 with three doubles, a triple and 15 RBIs…Played in just eight games as a junior due to injury…Capped off his Scots career by posting a .278 average with six doubles, a triple a home run as senior in 2015…Named a Second Team All-Peninsula Athletic League selection and his school’s baseball MVP that season.
MORE ON AARON: Plans to major in business administration with a concentration in human resource management… Aspires to play professional baseball after graduation…Parents are Eric Pleschner and Clarissa Lovie…Nickname is “Plesch”…Born in Sacramento, Calif. …Now calls Belmont, Calif., his hometown.