The Spartans were the only team not to count a fall on the beam.
Chan won the floor for the third time this season.
Three Spartans, Katie Won, Chelsey Andrada and Taylor Chan, won event titles.
This is the third honor for Taylor Chan and the first for Stephanie Relova.
The Spartan beam team scored a 49.025, tying for the fourth-highest beam score in school history.
SJSU: First year at San José State.
CLUB: Trained and competed for TAG Gymnastics…received the 2016 Sandra Hartley National Stream Athlete of the Year Award from Gymnastics BC…award presented to the highest-ranked National Novice or Open gymnast who trains in and competes for British Columbia…qualified for the Canadian National Championships for seven years (2010-16)…finished first on floor, third on bars and fourth in the all-around at the 2016 Canadian JO Level 10 Championships…eighth on vault at 2015 Canadian National Champions as her team finished third (Team BC)…fifth in all-around, fourth on beam and seventh on floor at 2015 Canadian National Championships…fifth on vault at 2014 Canadian National Championships…won vault at the 2013 Combs la Ville International Meet in France.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Centennial Secondary School in 2016.
PERSONAL: A kinesiology major…likes swimming and drawing…Taylor Louise Chan was born in Bunaby, British Columbia.