The Spartans made it seven years in a row earning a team award for cumulative grade-point average.
Clara Mantaux lost the first set of her singles match and needed the third-set tiebreaker to win.
Sybille Gauvain and Tamara Culibrk were up a set in singles when the match was stopped.
Three San Jose State players experienced Mountain West Championship success in 2017.
The decision came down to Miyo Kobayashi's match at #3-singles.
AT SAN JOSE STATE: In her second season with the Spartans... Joined the program in January 2017... A Mountain West Scholar-Athlete.
2016-17: Played in two singles matches at the #6-posiiton during the dual match season... Had a 1-1 win-loss record... Named a Mountain West Scholar-Athlete.
2017-18: Played in seven singles matches at the #6-positon during the dual match season...Led the team in singles victories with a 7-6 win-loss remark... 9-7 in doubles...Best singles win was over Nancy Menjivar of Boise State University, 5-7, 6-2, 7-6 (7-2 tiebreaker) at the 2018 MW Quaterfinal, Boise, Idaho.
HIGH SCHOOL: Attended Lycée Cauvier in Montbéliard, France.
MORE ON CLARA: A International Business major…Parents are Marc and Patricia Mantaux…Enjoys Playing Tennis, Cooking…Native of Montbeliard, France.