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.
The Spartans switched up their doubles pairs against the Wolf Pack.
AT SAN JOSÉ STATE: In her third season with the Spartans...Named an Academic All-Mountain West, Mountain West Scholar-Athlete and ITA Scholar-Athlete Award honoree in her first season.
2017-18: Shared the team lead for total victories with her 31- 26 overall win-loss record... Led the team in singles victories with a 15-14 win-loss remark... 16-12 in doubles...Played No. 3 singles as a junior...Notched five-match singles winning streaks.....Best singles win was over Jenny Moinard of SDSU, 0-6, 6-3, 6-4 at the 2018 San Diego Invitational.
2015-16: Compiled an impressive 22-8 singles record in her first season as a Spartan...Went 7-0, and didn’t lose a set, at the Cal Nike Fall Invitational en route to capturing her flight championship in both singles and doubles in her first action as a Spartan...Played No. 5 singles as a freshman...Started the year as part of the No. 3 doubles team and ended the year on the No. 2 doubles team...Named an Academic All-Mountain West, Mountain West Scholar-Athlete Award and ITA Scholar-Athlete Award honoree.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Laurel Springs School, an accredited distance education school based in Ojai, Calif.
MORE ON MIYO: Plans to major in business administration with a concentration in international business…Parents are Lim Wee Pim and Kiyomi Kobayashi…Older sister, Miki, is a senior on the University of Washinton women’s tennis team…Also has a younger sibling, Tenyu…Enjoys playing guitar in her free time…Native of Bangkok, Thailand.