With today's result the Spartan finish nonconference play with successive shutouts.
The SAMMYS were handed out for academic, athletics and community service excellence.
Individual player awards were handed out as part of the annual women's soccer banquet.
Five Spartans received their fourth Academic All-MW recognition.
The defending MW Tournament champions are once again the #2-seed heading into the semifinal.
AT SJSU: Has played over 1,000 minutes in each of her three seasons as a Spartan defender … A three-time Academic All-Mountain West Honoree.
2016: An Academic All-Mountain West honoree … Made 19 starts on the year and played a total of 1,577 minutes … An All-Mountain West Second Team defender ... Part of a backline which held three of the first four opponents of the year scoreless … Helped the Spartans’ defense to a top-15 shutout percentage and a top-30 goals against average in the country during the first month of the year … Played over 100 minutes in a match five different times … Assisted the game-winning goal in the 1-0 win over Sacramento State (8/21) … Assisted one of SJSU’s five goals in the win over Portland State (9/18).
2015: Competed in all 22 matches and made 20 starts … A staple at outside back for the Spartans … Part of a defense that held league opponents to 0.53 goals per game, a Mountain West best … Put four of five shots on goal throughout the year.
2014: Competed in all 19 matches and made six starts as a defender … One of two shots went on goal during the year … Ended the season having logged 1,027 minutes of playing time as a freshman.
PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE: Was an active member of the Canadian National Training Program ... Represented Alberta at the 2013 Canada Games in Sherbrooke, Quebec ... played on the Alberta provincial team since 2008 ... Played her club soccer with the Calgary Rangers FC 96.
MYIA: Majoring in biology ... Plans to attend optometry school following her undergratuate studies ... Enjoys hiking and acrylic painting ... Watches Game of Thrones ... A native of Calgary, Alberta, Canada.