"I think it's great," commented San Jose State interim head coach Tamie Grimes. "They're both seniors and both are captains.
"Jackie's put four years into our program and Brandy three. It's well-deserved," Grimes said.
Ostdiek, a senior defender from Fresno, Calif. was a first-team selection. She is San Jose State's career leader in games played and games started, with 82 and 76 respectively. She has scored two goals and has two assists this season.
Apodaca, a senior midfielder from Pleasanton, Calif., was named to the second team. She leads the Spartans in scoring this season with 14 points (five goals and four assists), and has one game-winning goal.
San Jose State is 8-12-1 overall, including a 2-0 first-round victory over UTEP in theWAC Championships. The Spartans were 3-3-1 in conference games.