|Goalkeeper Meagan Minson Named Water Polo Team MVP|
Goalkeeper Meagan Minson, the school record holder for single-season and career saves, was named the Most Valuable Player at the San Jose State University Women's Water Polo Awards ceremony.
The senior from Riverside, Calif. (Arlington HS), turned in another stellar season earning honorable mention All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) honors helping the Spartans to a 19-13 win-loss record and a ninth-place ranking in the final national coaches' poll. Minson was credited with 212 saves and ranked fifth in the conference in saves per match.
Irvine, Calif. (Irvine HS), was named the team's Outstanding Offensive Player. She shared the team lead with 60 goals, a personal
single-season best and was an honorable mention All-MPSF player in 2012.
Kelly Stewart, a senior from Surrey, B.C., was a two-time honoree at the team ceremony. Stewart was named the Outstanding Defensive Player and winner of the Scholar-Athlete Award for the second year in a row. Stewart is the only current San Jose State student-athlete who is a three-time university President's Scholar.
Maddie Reardon, a sophomore goalkeeper from San Clemente, Calif. (San Clemente HS), was named Most Improved. Freshman Victoria Smith from Vancouver, B.C., was named the Newcomer of the Year.
Senior Natalie Jennings from Concord, Calif. (Clayton Valley HS), received the Adriane Riddle Most Inspirational Award.