Katie Won received her third consecutive honor, the most one student-athlete can receive from the MPSF.
Taylor Chan finished tied for 6th on the floor and tied for 11th on the vault.
The four Spartans will compete on individual events throughout the meet.
Katie Won is making her third appearance at an NCAA Regional.
Chelsey Andrada and Kaitlin Won captured the vault and all-titles respectively.
SJSU: Fourth year at San José State.
2017: NCAA Seattle Regional all-around competitor…competed in the all-around in first eight meets before an injury limited her participation…qualified for the regional with a 38.865 RQS…first team All-MPSF on bars, beam, floor and all-around and second team on vault…39.000 or better in three meets including career-best 39.225 in a home meet with UC Davis…had 39.075 twice…finished tied for third on bars with a career-best 9.875 at the MPSF Championships…scored a 9.800 or better on bars in seven meets…won the bars title with a 9.875 at Air Force…season-best 9.800 on vault at NorCal Classic and a home meet with UC Davis…career-best 9.850 on beam to tie for seventh at the MPSF Championships…scored a 9.800 or better on floor in seven of eight meets…career-best 9.875 on floor at the UC Davis Quad where she tied for first place…also tied for first on the floor with a 9.800 at a home meet with UC Davis.
2016: Competed in eight meets before an injury ended her season…vaulted in seven meets…season-best 9.725 in three meets…competed on bars in eight meets…received a 9.825 in a home meet with Boise State…added a 9.800 at Stanford with California…five meets on beam…season-best 9.800 at SJSU Quad meet…competed on floor in seven meets…season-best 9.800 at NorCal Classic…competed in the all-around in five meets…season-best 38.850 at Sacramento State…Academic All-MPSF honoree.
2015: NCAA Berkeley Regional all-around competitor...competed in all 13 meets on the vault, bars and beam and 12 meets on floor and in the all-around...second team All-MPSF on bars, beam and in the all-around...qualified for regional with a 39.045 RQS...39.000 or better in the all-around in five meets...finished fourth at MPSF Championships with a season-best 39.175 in the all-around...at MPSF Championships, third on bars at 9.800 and sixth on floor at 9.825... MPSF Gymnast of the Week on January 20 for her performances against California and UW-La Crosse where she won the all-around with a 38.950...MPSF Newcomer of the Week on February 24 after finishing second in all-around with 38.850 against UC Davis...season-bests of 9.825 on vault and beam in final home meet on March 8...season-high 9.850 on bars at Masters Classic...season-best 9.850 on floor at Oregon State Quad.
CLUB: Competed for the Arizona Dynamics...won the beam (9.650) and all-around (38.125) titles at the 2013 Region 1 Level 10 Championships...qualified for the 2013 Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships...at the national meet, finished fourth on bars (9.525), 14th on floor (9.500) and 21st in all-around (36.925)...competed in the latter half of the 2014 schedule after an injury...finished fourth on beam and fifth on floor at the state championships.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated in 2014 from Mesquite High School in Gilbert, Ariz.
PERSONAL: Majoring in kinesiology with an emphasis in exercise and rehabilitation sciences…would like be a physical therapist after graduation…named to the 2016 and 2017 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar gymnastics second team…two-time NACGC/W Scholastic All-American…Academic All-MPSF recognition…enjoys reading and shopping in her free time…the oldest of four children…Kaitlin Marie Won was born in Chandler, Ariz.
|Vault||9.825||Sacramento State, Utah State, Seattle Pacific, March 8, 2015|
|Bars||9.875||at Air Force, February 18, 2017|
|9.875||MPSF Championships, March 18, 2017|
|9.875||at NorCal Classic, January 8, 2018|
|9.875||Boise State, Iowa State, February 9, 2019|
|Beam||9.875||at MPSF Championships, March 24, 2018|
|Floor||9.875||at UC Davis Quad, February 24, 2017|
|All-Around||39.225||UC Davis, February 3, 2017|
|39.225||at MPSF Championships, March 24, 2018|