Team awards, video tributes and an appearance from a special guest were all part of the celebration.
The Spartans came from behind twice in the match.
The Spartans are taking a six-match winning streak into the MW Tournament.
Lauren Hanson is the MW Coach of the Year for the second time in three seasons.
The Spartans won their program-record ninth match during conference play.
AT SJSU: Three-time All-Mountain West First Team choice ... Ended her career as the program’s all-time leader in shots with 218, third all-time with 23 goals and fourth in points with 58 … Played in 80 career games ... Received one of the highest academic honors in the sport in 2016 when she was a National Soccer Coaches Association of America Scholar All-American.
INTERNATIONAL SOCCER: Made her international soccer debut with her native German Women’s National Team at the 2016 FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup in Papua New Guinea … Germany Defeated Mexico 3-0 in her debut (Nov. 16, 2016) when she played 10 minutes … Called upon to play the final 23 minutes of Germany’s quarterfinal match (Nov. 25, 2016) against France which ended in a 1-0 defeat.
2017: Selected All-Mountain West First Team for the third consecutive year … Team-leading 15 points … Scored five goals and had five assists … Scored two game-winning goals … Ended her career as the program’s all-time leader in shots with 218, third all-time with 23 goals and fourth in points with 58 … Played in 80 career games.
2016: An All-Mountain West first-team forward for the second year in a row … A National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) All-Pacific Region second-team choice … One of just 37 players in the country to make the NSCAA Scholar All-America list … An Academic All-Mountain West honoree … Led the Spartans in points (21), goals (8) and assists (4) … Tallied game-winning goals in victories over Seattle U (8/28) and Colorado State (10/16) … Averaged 3.47 shots per game to lead the team … 27-of-66 (40.9) shots on goal for the year.
2015: A First-Team All-Mountain West selection after scoring five of her eight goals during conference play … Led the conference with three game-winners in league play … Second on the team with 19 points and eight goals … Scored game-winners on the road at Air Force (10/8) and in overtime at New Mexico (10/16) … Her game-winning goal at home versus Nevada punched SJSU’s ticket to the Mountain West Tournament, which they went on to win … Assisted Darriell Franklin’s game-winning goal in the conference opener at Wyoming (9/25) … Finished the season with eight goals, three assists, 19 points, three game winners and put 26 of 59 shots on goal … One of the leaders on the team in minutes with 1778 over the course of 22 matches played and 21 starts.
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE: Played for the Bochum side (Coach Sabrina Gesell) in Germany's Second Women's Football League Bundesliga during the 2013-14 season ... Scored nine goals in 22 games ... Attended Gymnasium Petrinum in Dorsten, Germany.
MORE ON DORTHE: Goes by Didi (Dee-Dee) ... A justice studies major ... Would like to become a policewoman ... The native of Recklinghausen, Germany was born on May 22, 1996.