Katie Won and Taylor Chan were named the Most Valuable Gymnasts for 2018.
Katie Won received her third consecutive honor, the most one student-athlete can receive from the MPSF.
Chelsey Andrada and Kaitlin Won captured the vault and all-titles respectively.
The team recorded the best opening-meet score in school history.
The MPSF Champions honored all academic and athletic award winners.
SJSU: Third season at San José State.
2018: Competed on vault and floor in all 11 meets in and on beam in three meets…season-best 9.800 on vault in a meet at Arizona with Air Force and North Carolina…scored a 9.750 on vault in three other meets including the MPSF Championships…season-best 9.800 on floor in a home meet with UC Davis…had a 9.775 on floor in three meets including at UCLA and at the MPSF Championships.
2017: Competed in eight meets on vault, seven on floor and four on beam…season-best 9.775 on vault at the Metroplex Challenge…added a 9.725 at the NorCal Classic and MPSF Championships…season-high 9.775 on floor at the MPSF Championships…had a 9.700 or better on floor in five meets…9.700 on beam at Metroplex Challenge.
2016: Competed in nine meets on vault and seven meets on floor…season-best 9.825 on vault at the MPSF Championships…won the vault title with a 9.800 at Seattle Pacific with Alaska Anchorage…season-best 9.850 on floor against Brown and UC Davis…added a 9.800 at the MPSF Championships.
CLUB: Competed for M&M Gymnastics in New Berlin, Wis…finished second on the vault at the 2015 Wisconsin Level 10 State Championships…was also third on the bars and in the all-around…competed at the 2015 Region 4 Championships and 2015 JO National Championships…finished seventh on the vault at the 2014 Junior Olympic National Championships…won two Wisconsin state vault titles…second in the all-around at the 2014 state championships and fourth at the 2014 Region 4 Championships…won state titles on the vault and floor and in the all-around in 2013.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Zion-Benton Township High School in Zion, Ill., in 2015.
PERSONAL: Majoring in psychology with a minor in child and adolescent development…2018 Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar…Academic All-MPSF honoree…two younger siblings…likes shopping, going to the beach and traveling…Josalyn Erin-Aryanna Ray was born in Waukegan, Ill.
|Vault||9.825||at MPSF Championships, March 19, 2016|
|Beam||9.700||at Metroplex Challenge, January 28, 2017|
|Floor||9.850||UC Davis, Brown, March 6, 2016|