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.
Bogdan, Matos, McCartney, Relova, Shalit, Won, Houghton and Andrada are honored.
SJSU: Third season with the Spartan gymnastics team.
2018: Competed in all 11 meets for the Spartans as a beam specialist…had a 9.670 RQS on beam…received a career-best 9.825 at the MPSF Championships…added a 9.725 in two meets – at Utah State with Sacramento State and at Arizona with Air Force and North Carolina.
2017: Beam specialist for the Spartans who competed in seven meets…season-best 9.800 in a home meet with Utah State…added a 9.700 at Arkansas…season average of 9.504.
2016: Did not compete in a meet for the Spartans.
CLUB: Competed for Edge Gymnastics in Dublin, Calif., for coaches Kristin Shawler and Ben Corr…tied for first on vault and was third on floor at the 2013 Level 9 State Championships…
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Livermore High School in 2015.
PERSONAL: Majoring in psychology…2018 Arthur Ashe, Jr. Sports Scholar…two-time NACGC/W Scholastic All-American…San José State Dean’s Scholar…Academic All-MPSF honoree…likes hiking and going to the beach…Michelle Miraflor Shalit was born in Hayward, Calif.
|Beam||9.825||at MPSF Championships, March 24, 2018|