Spartans move ahead of UNLV to sixth in the Mountain West conference standings.
Spartans come back from five runs down to pick up the road win.
Spartans played their 16th one run game this season.
Graham Gomez and Zach Wallace combine to pitch five shutout innings to end the game.
Starter Matt Brown allowed just one hit over seven innings.
AT SAN JOSÉ STATE: Completed his third season with the Spartans… 2015 Academic All-Mountain West honoree.
2017: Appeared in 40 games, starting in 20... Started 19 games at left and one at center... Led the team in games appeared as a substitute with 20... Had a career-best five game hitting streak from March 5 to 12... Stole career-high two bases versus New Mexico (3/11)... Posted three multi-hit games.
2016: Started in 19 of 36 games, all at center field… Second on the team in games played as a substitute with 17… Did not commit an error on the season and had 70 putouts… Had five multiple hit games… Hit .185 in 81 at-bats, scoring 12 runs and walking eight times… Went 4-for-8 with three runs scored and two RBI in the double header versus Air Force (4/9)… Hit his first career triple against Cal Poly (4/3).
2015: One of four Spartans to see time in the field and on the mound…Appeared in 34 games as a position player and made 14 starts (6 LF, 4 RF, 2 CF)…The only Spartan to make at least one start at all three outfield spots…Tied for the team lead in games played as a substitute with 20…Also pitched in two games, both in relief…Hit .161 in 62 at-bats and walked seven times…Scored four runs and drove in five…Cleanly handled all 22 defensive chances…Posted a 9.00 ERA in 3.0 innings on the mound… Started a pair of games in left field on Opening Weekend (2/14-15)… First career hit came in a pinch-hit appearance at UC Irvine (3/14)… Made his debut on the mound against Nevada and threw 2.0 scoreless frames (3/28)… Collected his first career RBI with a pinch hit at Saint Mary's (4/14).
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Los Gatos (Calif.) High School…Earned four letters in baseball, two in basketball and one in football…Led the Wildcats to back-to-back El Camino League titles in his junior and senior seasons…Hit .409 with six doubles, two triples, nine steals and 14 RBIs as a sophomore in 2012…Followed up by posting a .367 average with four doubles, three triples and 22 steals as a junior…Capped off his career by hitting .330 with six doubles, two triples, 12 steals and 10 RBIs as a senior in 2014…Also recorded a 2.91 ERA with seven saves and 24 strikeouts in 21.2 innings on the mound…Earned first-team All-El Camino League honors as a junior and senior…Also garnered first-team all-CCS honors in football and second-team all-league recognition in basketball.
MORE ON COREY: Majoring in communication studies… Hopes to go into real estate after graduation… Parents are Ken and Nettie Olivet…His brother, Tyler, also played on the SJSU baseball team…Enjoys playing basketball and football in his free time…Native of San Jose, Calif. …Now calls Los Gatos, Calif., his hometown.