Lauren Hanson is the MW Coach of the Year for the second time in three seasons.
San José State opens up the regular season on August 19 at home against UC Riverside.
15 student-athletes are graduating as cum laude, summa cum laude or magna cum laude.
SJSU student-athletes, teams and coaches recognized.
Lauren Hanson and the staff selected senior Darlene Rodriguez for this year's Coaches Award honors.
AT SJSU: Ended her Spartan career as the all-time leader in solo shhutouts with 17 ... A two-time First-Team All-Mountain West keeper ... Voted the 2015 Mountain West Defensive MVP and National Soccer Coaches Assosiation of America (NSCAA) Second-Team All-West Region.
2015: The Defensive Player of the Year in the Mountain West ... A First-Team All-Mountain West selection ... Had five shutouts on the road ... Stifled Mountain West opponents to the tune of a league-best 0.53 goals per game average ... Took over as the school's all-time leader in solo shutouts when the Spartans defeated Wyoming on the road in overtime.
2014: Became the first Spartan to be selected to a Mountain West All-Conference team … named the Mountain West Defensive Player of the Week following a shutout performance against Portland State (9/21) … registered a single-season school record seven shutouts in 19 matches … anchored the Spartans down the stretch, allowing just five goals over the final six games … made a season-high seven saves against New Mexico (9/28) … recorded at least four saves in 12 matches … ended the year with 71 saves and an 8-8-3 record.
2013: San José State's starting goalkeeper by the season's end, starting 11 of 13 matches played and appearing in all but one of the team's final 12 matches ... A 2-8-1 record with a 1.37 goals against average and .750 save percentage ... Earned two shutouts: at Air Force (10/18) and against Colorado State (10/27) ... Recorded a career-best 1050:32 minutes in goal, playing a season-high 110:00 minutes at Air Force (10/18) ... Made 48 saves during the season, keeping a season-high 10 shots out of the net at San Diego State (9/29).
2012: Finished the season as the team's starting goalkeeper ... Logged 1,034 minutes in 14 games played and 11 matches started ... Finished with a 3-5-0 record, with a 2.09 goals against average and a .730 save percentage ... Earned her first career shutout at New Mexico State (9/30) ... Made the second-most saves (41) and saves-per-game (5.12) in WAC-only matches ... Saw her first action for San Jose State in the California match (8/19).
ECOLE PANORAMA RIDGE SECONDARY: 2011 graduate of Ecole Panorama Ridge Secondary in Surrey, B.C. ... A two-time Athlete of the Year at her high school ... Minded the net for back-to-back high school regional championship teams (co-coaches Darrell Fast, Mateo Babini and John Sowerby) ... Back-stopped her team to an undefeated season and the school's first girls B.C. Triple A soccer championship her senior year ... Won her team's Commissioner's 11 Award (most valuable player) that season.
MORE ON ZOE: A child and adolescent development major ... A Member of the girls' elite development team for the Vancouver Whitecaps of the Major Soccer League ... Her older sister, Tara, played soccer for two seasons with Kwantlen Polytechnic University in Surrey, B.C. ... Has been in Canada's national training pool ... Zoe Frances Makrigiannis was born in Surrey, B.C., on March 16, 1994.