Diver Cari Reiswig and backstroke specialist Colleen Humel are four-time award winners.
Women's swimming and diving lead all teams with nine honorees.
Colleen Humel's record-seting victory in the 200 backstroke led the Spartans to a fifth-place finish.
Big day for Colleen Humel as the Sparatns stay in fifth place in the team standings.
The Spartans are tied for fifth out of 49 teams in the standings.
The Spartans had four changes in their career top-10 list on the second day of the 2018 Mountain West Championships.
AT SAN JOSE STATE: In her second season as a Spartan... Expected to compete as a sprint freestyler... Has career bests of 23.54 in the 50 free, 51.86 in the 100 free and 1:52.08 in the 200 free... 2017 Mountain West Scholar-Athlete and Academic All-Mountain West award winner.
2016-17: At the Mountain West Championships she finished 22nd in the 200 free with a time of 1:52.08, 27th in the 50 free with a time of 23.54 and 29th in the 100 free at 51.86 (career best)… Part of the 200 medley relay team that finished sixth with a time of 1:40.07 (#3 on the top-10 list), the 800 free relay team that finished ninth with a time of 7:24.99 (#6 on the top-10 list) and the 400 medley relay team that finished seventh with a time of 3:41.91 (#4 on the top-10 list).
HIGH SCHOOL: A graduate of Las Lomas High in Walnut Creek, Calif. (Coach Sue Miller)... Qualified for the C.I.F. state championship meet in the 50 free as a junior and a senior... 18th in 2015 and 27th in 2016 in the 50 free … Scholastic All-American honors.
MORE ON GABBY: Enjoys art and has been recognized by the mayor of Walnut Creek for her work… Older sister is Brittany Heng, a 2017-18 team captain for the San Jose State women's swimming and diving team … Swam club for Walnut Creek Aqua Bears (Coach Mike Heaney) … Born in Walnut Creek, Calif.