3 Giulia Gávio
Giulia  Gávio


Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

High School:
Escola Parque




38 Student-Athletes Honored As Academic All-Mountain West

Five Spartans have earned the academic honor each of their four years.


Volleyball Defeats Santa Clara 3-1 Saturday Night

The Spartans enter Mountain West play with an 8-3 record.


Gávio and Carrizosa Are August Student-Athletes Of The Month

Gávio guided the Spartans to a 2-0 start to begin the 2017 season.


Giulia Gávio Named MW Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week

The Spartans started the season 2-0.


Volleyball Defeats San Francisco 3-1 To Start 2017 Undefeated

Fernanda Vido recorded her first double-double in the win.

Fourth year at San José State...two-time Academic All-Mountain West honoree.

2017: Appeared in 19 matches and 75 sets before a knee injury ended her season...averaged 3.68 kills and 2.08 digs per set...29 kills in win over Pepperdine and 23 against UNLV...six double-doubles on the season...15 matches with double-figure kills...19 kills versus Montana and at San Diego State and 18 kills against New Mexico and at Drake...three service aces at Drake, against Santa Clara, at Air Force, at San Diego State, UNLV and New Mexico...21 digs at Drake and 10+ digs in seven matches...only solo block at Nevada where she added four block assists for five total blocks...also had four block assists at San Diego State...Aug. 28 Mountain West Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week...averaged 4.22 kills, 3.00 digs and 4.39 points per set in first two matches of year.

2016: Played in 24 matches and 83 sets...averaged 3.20 kills and 2.43 digs per set...recorded a career-high 32 kills against Southern Utah, the third-highest total in school history and tied for 15th-highest total in nation in five-set matches...one of five Spartans to record 32 kills in a match...added 23 kills at Utah Valley...eight double-doubles on the season including three at the Wolverine Invitational where she was named to the all-tournament team...others against UNLV - 19 kills, 18 digs, Boise State - 14 kills, 10 digs, Colorado State - 18 kills, 11 digs, and at Air Force - 16 kills, 10 digs...hit a season-best .404 at Utah Valley (23-4-47)...season-high three assists, five service aces and 17 digs against North Texas...three blocks against Southern Utah...career-best five block assists against New Mexico.

2015:  Played in 23 matches and 82 sets…starting outside hitter…averaged 2.66 kills and 0.78 digs per set…finished with 218 kills on the year…season-best 18 kills in a win over Quinnipiac…led the Spartans with 16 kills in a win over Wyoming…added 15 kills at home against UNLV and 14 at UNLV…11 matches with 10 or more kills…first collegiate double-double with 10 kills and 11 digs against Sacramento State…hit .467 (8-1-15) in one set played against Boise State…four block assists at Wyoming…three block assists at home against Fresno State and at Air Force…two block assists at UMass Lowell and versus Holy Cross and Evansville.

INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE:  Played for the Brazilian Youth National Team…2011 team won the South American Championship…played club for Flamengo…team won the Copa Minas International Volleyball Tournament in 2012 and 2013…best hitter at the Copa Minas in 2012 and 2013.

HIGH SCHOOL:  Graduated from Escola Parque High School.

PERSONAL:  An international business major...likes taking pictures and going to the beach…father, Giovane, is a two-time Olympic champion in men’s volleyball from Brazil (1992, 2004)…two-time Academic All-Mountain West honoree…one of four children...Giulia Dalpra Gávio was born on October 25, 1996, in São Paulo.