The Spartans played their best defensive game of the season.
The Spartans scored twice on the ground and Frank Ginda enters the record books.
San Jose State scored the final two touchdowns in the game, but turned the ball over five times.
The Spartans overcame a 6-0 defcit for a 34-13 win over Cal Poly.
Four pass plays of 30 or more yards, three fumble recoveries and three quarterback sacks were in the Spring Game.
AT SAN JOSÉ STATE: In his fourth season with the Spartans... Tops the 2017 opening fall depth chart at a wide receiver position... Had a breakthrough season in 2016... Signed a National Letter-of-Intent in February 2014.
2016: Played in 11 games and started in two... Team leader with his 17.3 yards per catch average and four touchdowns... 38th nationally and sixth in the Mountain West in yards per catch average... Led the team with 11 receptions of 20 or more yards... Season-long was a 63-touchdown play in the UNLV win (10/29)... Third on the team with 33 receptions for 572 yards... Most productive game of the season was against UNLV when he matched his season high of five receptions, had his first 100-plus receiving yardage game as a Spartan with 102 and would become the only player on the team with two TD receptions in a single game for the season... Also had five receptions in the Nevada victory (10/22)... Showed signs he was prepared for a productive season in the team's 2016 Spring Game with 10 receptions for 122 yards and a TD.
2015: Did not see any game action.
2014: Completed the season as a redshirt.
HIGH SCHOOL: Explosive pass receiver for Milpitas (Calif.) High School (Coach Kelly King)... Caught 111 passes for 2,382 yards and 24 touchdowns and intercepted 14 passes in three varsity seasons... Hauled in 57 passes for 1,369 yards and 16 touchdowns averaging 24.0 yards per catch as a senior... Ranked fifth in the state for those players with 1,000 or more yards in pass receiving... A CalHiSports.com third-team selection, named to the San Francisco Chronicle's All-Metro and the All-Mercury News teams and the Santa Clara Valley Athletics League DeAnza Division Outstanding Wide Receiver... A 2012 CalHiSports.com first-team all-state underclassman after tying for third in the state with nine interceptions.
MORE ON TRE: A philosophy major... Enjoys fishing... He is a native of Redwood City, Calif.