The team recorded the best opening-meet score in school history.
Bogdan, Matos, McCartney, Relova, Shalit, Won, Houghton and Andrada are honored.
The MPSF Champions honored all academic and athletic award winners.
The Spartans won the MPSF title for the second time with a school-record tying 195.925.
Katie Won led the team with five honors - four first team and one second team.
SJSU: Second year at San José State.
2017: Competed on beam and floor for the Spartans in all 11 meets…first team All-MPSF honoree on beam...averaged 9.607 on beam and a 9.632 on floor…won the beam title at Air Force with a career-best 9.825…added a 9.800 on beam against Sacramento State and a quad meet at UC Davis…seven meets on beam with a 9.700 or better…received a 9.775 on floor at the Metroplex Challenge and at Arkansas…scored a 9.700 or better on floor in eight meets.
CLUB: Competed for North Bay Athletic Association and coach Susie Goodmanson…placed third on beam and tied for fifth on floor at the Region 1 Level 10 Championships…second in the all-around at the Gold Country Classic and won the floor.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Benicia High School in 2016.
PERSONAL: A kinesiology major…would like to work in physical therapy…NACGC/W Scholastic All-American…likes traveling and shopping…Chelsey Rose Andrada was born in Walnut Creek, Calif.
|Beam||9.825||at Air Force, February 18, 2017|
|Floor||9.775||at Metroplex Challenge, January 28, 2017|
|9.775||at Arkansas, Centenary, March 10, 2017|