Erica Moston - Women's Golf Most Valuable Player

Erica Moston, headed to the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championships for the first time, was named the Most Valuable Player at the annual San Jose State University women’s golf awards ceremony.

The junior from Belmont, Calif., was the 2007-08 Western Athletic Conference Player of the Year posting four top-10 finishes and four more placings in the top-20 in the team’s 11 tournaments. Most significant was her 13th place finish at the NCAA West Regional Championship that earned her one of the two individual berths at the NCAA Championships, May 20-23, in Albuquerque, N.M.

She averaged 74.53 strokes per round in her first 32 rounds of play this season.

Sophomore Cristina Corpus of San Leandro received the team’s Outstanding Performance Award. Corpus averaged 75.63 strokes per round and matched Moston with four top-10 finishes in the team’s 11 tournaments.

Katrina Delen Briones of San Francisco was named the team’s Freshman of the Year. Delen Briones had three top-20 finishes in her first season with the Spartans.

Sophomore Kimberly Punyasavatsut of Anaheim, Calif. was named Most Improved. Punyasavatsut had two top-20 finishes and improved her stroke average by more than two strokes per round from her freshman to sophomore seasons.