Cam Vieaux pitched seven innings, allowing just one run his first win of the season.
Three-run seventh the difference for MSU.
10-run inning propels Paladins past Spartans.
MSU has won four of its last five games entering the weekend.
Blaise Salter went 4-for-4 with four RBIs and three runs.
Michigan State vs. Eastern Illinois, Feb. 28, 2014
2014 (JUNIOR): Led the Big Ten in stolen bases with 29, also setting the MSU single-season record ... Started all 57 games in center field ... hit .273 and had the fourth most hits on the team (62) ... scored 38 runs, tied for the most on the team ... recorded 17 multiple hit games, the fourth most on the team, highlighted by a four-hit game in a win over No. 21 TCU (3/8) ... after his season-long, eight-game hitting streak came to an end in the middle of March, he recorded a hit in 16 of the next 18 games ... stole a season-high three bases against Utah in the B1G/PAC 12 Challenge (3/21) ... homered in the home-opener vs. Oakland (4/2) ... Finished the season with a .273 batting average.
2013 (SOPHOMORE): Started 44 games . . . compiled a .278 batting average and a .342 on-base percentage . . . tied for second on the team in runs scored with 34 . . . had 49 hits, including seven doubles . . . an outstanding fielder, he recorded a .974 fielding percentage throughout the season . . . recorded three three-hit games (Austin Peay on March 4, Ohio State on March 29, and Indiana on April 13) . . . hit his second career home run against Kentucky (3/9) . . . ranked first in the Big Ten with 23 steals in 25 attempts . . . had an eight-game hitting streak from April 3 to April 16 where he hit .371 with nine runs and six stolen bases . . . recorded four stolen bases against Eastern Michigan (4/3) . . . had two RBIs versus Toledo (4/16) . . . hit .305 batting average in Big Ten play, fifth best on the team . . . started all 21 Big Ten games he appeared in during the season.
SUMMER 2012: Played for the Florence RedWolves in the Coastal Plains League . . . hit .417 (35-for-84) in 26 games, including 24 starts . . . had four doubles, one homer and 10 RBIs . . . was 6-for-8 in stolen-base attempts.
2012 (FRESHMAN): Started 39 games in center field . . . outstanding defensive player posted a perfect fielding percentage . . . led team with 15 stolen bases, which tied for seventh in the Big Ten . . . ranked third on the team with a .311 batting average . . . named to the Stanford All-Regional Team after leading MSU at the plate with a .429 avg. (3-for-7) in the two NCAA Tournament games; also made a diving catch to start a triple play vs. Fresno State . . . led team with a .467 batting average in the Big Ten Tournament and was named to the all-tournament team . . . collected a season-high four hits in the opening round of the Big Ten Tournament against Nebraska (5/23) . . . hit a solo homer to lead off the game at Cincinnati (3/17).
HIGH SCHOOL: Two-year letterwinner under Coach Tim Pirowski at Portage High School . . . named the 2011 Northwest Indiana Times Player of the Year after batting .486 with four triples, four homers, 11 doubles, 21 stolen bases, 34 runs and 36 RBIs . . . garnered 2011 Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association First-Team All-State 4A honors . . . served as a captain his senior season . . . named team MVP his junior year, hitting .523 with 11 triples, eight doubles, three homers and 30 RBIs . . . named to the Duneland Athletic Conference First Team after leading the league in batting . . . his 11 triples were the most in school history for a single season . . . also named to the Post-Tribune and The Times First-Team All-Area squads . . . selected for the Indiana Crossroads Classic Showcase Series . . . selected for Team Indiana, where he hit .590 with two homers and was a perfect 10-for-10 stealing bases . . . was a 2010 Gold Glove winner . . . played 2010 summer baseball for the Indiana Breakers, recording a .619 batting average with 13 doubles, eight triples, four homers and 22 stolen bases . . . also lettered in football his senior year as a defensive back, punter and kick returner, and in basketball as a point guard.
PERSONAL: Son on Tony and Becky Cheky . . . born Oct. 25, 1992 . . . marketing major . . . chose Michigan State over several schools, including Notre Dame, Clemson, Arkansas, Ohio State and Purdue.