Gama received her second all-conference honor, while Robinson is just the fourth Spartan to be honored by the MW.
The Spartans snapped the Rams 15-match winning streak and handed them just their third loss of the season.
The Spartans end September with the most wins since the 2001 season.
The Spartans enter Mountain West play with an 8-3 record.
The team fell in three sets to the USA Volleyball College National Team.
Fourth season at San José State…2014-15 Mountain West Scholar Athlete.
CAREER RANKINGS: Finished her Spartan career fifth all-time in assists with 2,565 in her four years…12th setter in school history to record 2,000+ assists.
MOUNTAIN WEST ALL-STAR TEAM: Part of the 2017 Mountain West All-Star team that finished second at the 2017 European Global Challenge…played with teammate Nandyala Gama.
2017: Played in all 29 matches...Spartans starting setter...averaging 10.42 assists, 1.79 digs and 0.79 blocks per set...58 assists at Drake, 54 in a win over Colorado State, 53 against Santa Clara, at UNLV and home in her final match against Utah State, 51 versus UNLV, 50 against New Mexico and 46 assists at UC Riverside and at San Diego State...became the 12th setter in school history to record 2,000 assists, did it against Fresno State to end September...six double-doubles this season...season-best seven kills at Fresno State...five kills against UNLV and four kills against Omaha, Santa Clara, Colorado State and Utah State...three service aces at Air Force and two service aces against Omaha, UNLV, at Wyoming and versus Colorado State...six blocks against Air Force twice and Wyoming, five blocks against New Mexico and Nevada and four blocks at Nevada and at San Diego State...three blocks in eight matches...two solo blocks against Colorado State...Drake Invitational All-Tournament team selection.
2016: Played in 30 matches and 111 sets...averaged 8.55 assists per set...career-best 63 assists against Southern Utah, ninth player in school history to record 63 assists in a match…six double-doubles including 56 assists and a career-best 19 digs against New Mexico...seven kills against Long Beach State...added 55 assists against UNLV and 50 at Utah Valley...five kills at Utah Valley...45 assists and two aces against North Texas...three aces at Houston...eight blocks against Cal State Fullerton...six blocks against Houston Baptist and North Texas and five blocks against Southern Utah and UNLV...two solo blocks against UC Santa Barbara...named to the Flo Hyman Collegiate Cup All-Tournament team.
2015: Played in 10 matches and 33 sets...averaged 8.33 assists per set...career-best 40 assists against UC Riverside...two kills in four matches...first collegiate double-double with 38 assists and 11 digs to start the year against Cal Poly...added 36 assists and 16 digs at UTRGV...service aces against Cal Poly, Southern and UMass Lowell...four block assists versus Incarnate Word and five blocks in that match...two blocks against Cal Poly, Weber State and UTRGV.
2014: Saw action in 26 matches and 72 sets...saw most action at setter but also playing on the right side...averaging 3.28 assists and 1.04 digs per set...five kills against Portland, four versus Saint Mary’s and three against Maryland, Utah State and Wyoming...31 assists versus Portland, 30 assists at Utah State and 24 against Maryland...eight digs against Maryland and six versus Portland...four block assists against Maryland and at San Diego State and three against Portland...solo blocks against Sacramento State and at Boise State and Nevada.
HIGH SCHOOL: Played four seasons at Summerville High School for head coach Dwyer…Mother Lode League’s 2013 Most Outstanding Player of the Year…played in every set for the Bears her senior year…recorded 269 assists…third on the team in kills with 78…team-best 44 aces…played club for Rage Volleyball Club.
PERSONAL: A communication studies major…Academic All-Mountain West honoree…likes being outdoors and meeting new people…youngest of four children...Breann Christine Robinson was born in Merced, Calif.