Every Spartan in the batting order recorded at least one hit in a season-high 21-hit attack.
Four Spartans record a multi-hit game and Chris Williams has a career day.
Brett Bautista went 6-for-8 and had 5 RBIs helping the Spartans get back to .500.
There were five lead changes including two in the bottom of the eighth and top of the ninth.
Spartans played their 16th one run game this season.
AT SAN JOSÉ STATE: In his fourth season with the Spartans… Has started at first base, third base and designated hitter in his Spartan career… 2016 Academic All-Mountain West honoree.
2017: Played in 36 games, starting in 33... Started in all but one game at third base (
2016: Started in all 32 games played, 20 at third base and 12 as the designated hitter… Batted .342 in 114 at-bats… Batted in the middle of the order in 30 of the games… Recorded 12 multiple hit games including a
2015: Played in the most games (53) and made the most starts (50) of any Spartan freshman…Started 41 games at third base, eight at first and one as the designated hitter…His .255 batting average was the highest of any Spartan freshman…Tied for the team lead in doubles with 12 and sacrifice flies with three…Drove in 19 runs and collected 68 total bases…Added a triple and two home runs…Tallied the third-most at-bats (188) and hits (48) on the team…Recorded nine two-hit games and three three-hit efforts… Reached base safely in 12 consecutive games (3/3-3/22)… Posted a 2-for-5 effort against Stanford with a double and run scored (3/3)… First career three-hit game came against Cal Poly (3/10)… Went 2-for-3 with a triple and two RBIs at UC Irvine (3/13)… First career home run came at Washington State (4/17), second at No. 24 Nevada (4/26).
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Colfax (Calif.) High School…Lettered four times in baseball and twice in basketball for the Falcons…As a junior in 2013, hit .513 with 36 runs scored, nine doubles, three triples, three home runs and 37 RBIs…Led the Falcons to the Division III championship game…Capped off his standout prep career by posting a .551 batting average with 32 runs scored, 10 doubles, five triples, six home runs and 27 RBIs in his senior campaign…Set Colfax High School single-season records for batting average (.551) and RBIs (37)…Also owns career records of games played (75), hits (105), runs scored (85), doubles (27) and RBIs (108)…Named first-team All-Pioneer Valley League as a freshman, sophomore
MORE ON DAVID: A communication studies major… Aspires to be an anesthesiologist's assistant... Parents are Dave and Laura Campbell…Has two older sisters, Kayla and Cassandra…Enjoys hunting, fishing and hanging out with friends in his free time…