Five Spartans receive 1st-team All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation soccer honors

Frank Sanfilippo is a two-time
first-team All-MPSF soccer pick.
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Woodland, Calif.-----Midfielder Frank Sanfilippo topped a group of five San Jose State University players named first-team All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation selections in a vote by the seven conference coaches.

Sanfilippo’s recognition is his third in as many years and marks consecutive years he is named a first-team choice. He was an honorable mention pick in the 2001 season.
Forwards Randy Poggio and Johnny Gonzalez, the team’s top two scorers, midfielder Frank Mata and goalkeeper Tyler Tratten were the other Spartans named to the first-team. No San Jose State players were named to the second-team or voted as honorable mention all-conference players.

Poggio, second in the conference in scoring, leads the team in scoring with 13 goals and three assists while Gonzalez, a second-team pick in 2002, has eight goals and two assists.

Tratten has a 1.45 goals against average with an .806 saves percentage and two shutouts.

San Jose State, the top seed and regular-season conference champion, returns to action, Friday, November 14, in a semifinal round game of the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament when it plays the winner of the November 13 match between San Diego State and CS Sacramento. The Spartans’ game is set for 7:00 p.m.