Jonathan Partida earns the award for the second time; a first for Jeff Dukes.
Three Spartans were named to the all-tournament team.
The Spartans overcame deficits of 1-0 and 2-1 and won.
The Spartans post their second shutout of the season.
The Spartans scored twice in a 10-minute span in the first half.
AT SAN JOSÉ STATE: In his third season with the Spartans.
|Arthur Ashe, Jr., Sports-Scholar|
2017: Started 13 of the 15 matches he appeared in...produced a total of four shots for the season, with a single match high of two vs. GCU (10/8)...Recorded three points with the three assists, with the game winning assists against Saint Mary's (09/7), Houston Baptist (10/15) and UMKC (10/29). (Match-by-Match Stats)
2016: Started 13 of the 15 matches he appeared in... named WAC Defensive Player of the Week for the week of 10/24... produced a total of six shots for the season, with a single match high of two vs. UC Davis (8/26)... saw 1,170 minutes of playing time. (Match-by-Match Stats)
2015: Earned 15 starting assignments among 19 total appearances...one of only two players to appear in all 19 matches...tallied his first collegiate goal and picked up two assists in the team's 6-0 destruction of Grand Canyon (10/11)...produced a total of nine shots for the season, with a single game high of two vs. Grand Canyon...five of his nine shots were on frame...(Match-by-Match Stats)
HIGH SCHOOL: A 2015 graduate of Newark (Calif.) Memorial High School.
CLUB: Played club soccer, along with current Spartan Zach Penner, for the San Jose Earthquakes U-18 Academy in 2014-15 when the team was third in the nation... played for the Midland/Odessa Soccers FC of the United Soccer League's Premier Development League in 2016.
MORE ON JONATHAN: Majoring in hospitality management... a native of Hayward, Calif.