Fernanda Vido recorded her first double-double in the win.
The Spartans needed five sets and four match points in the fifth set for the win.
Five Spartans received their fourth Academic All-MW recognition.
Latahevai Lousi and Thaliana Grajeda led the team in hitting and blocking.
Five Spartans recorded double-digit kills, and Breann Robinson had her fifth double-double of the season.
Second season at San José State…Academic All-Mountain West honoree.
2016: Starter at middle blocker...played in all 30 matches and 111 sets...averaged 1.47 kills and 0.93 blocks per set...season-high 11 block assists against Southern Utah, fourth-highest total in school history...ninth player in school history to record 11 blocks in a match...added nine block assists against Manhattan, seven at Air Force and six versus North Texas...season-high 14 kills against Long Beach State...13 kills against UNLV, 11 versus New Mexico and 10 kills versus Cal State Fullerton, Air Force and San Diego State...assists against Cal State Fullerton, New Mexico, Colorado State and at Air Force...two digs at Houston and Air Force and versus Long Beach State...hit .643 against San Diego State (10-1-14) and .450 versus Air Force (10-1-20).
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduated from Clovis East High School in 2016…four-year starter in volleyball for coach Vicki Samarin…2015 Fresno Bee Co-Player of the Year with teammate Christina Tran…2015 team finished with a school-record 33-9 record…won the school’s first Tri-River Athletic Conference and section Division I titles…made first appearance in the CIF state playoff…recorded 397 kills her senior year…team won the John Riding Memorial Hard Driven Volleyball Challenge…listed on the 2014 AVCA Phenom List.
CLUB: Played for Central Cal Volleyball Club and coaches Jeff Wanderer and Kieran Roblee…played at the 2016 USA Junior National Championship in Milwaukee…won the USA Pacific Northwest Qualifier to advance.
PERSONAL: Majoring in biology with an emphasis in human physiology…Academic All-Mountain West honoree…likes singing and dancing…Thaliana Kimberly Grajeda was born in Fresno, Calif.