Rae Lekness, Brittany Krappe, Donia Momen and Cara Robinson earn the honor again.
The women's water polo team handed out its awards for the 2016 season.
Rae Lekness set two goal-scoring records in the season finale.
Lekness scores eight goals, Leabo scores seven in two matches.
Brittany Krappe, co-captain Kelli Leabo and career scoring leader Rae Lekness will be honored.
The Spartans finished with an 18-15 win-loss record and celebrated its season's accomplishments.
The Spartans trained in Spain and Hungary during the summer of 2014.
AT SAN JOSE STATE: In her fourth season with the Spartans... Played in 56 matches in her first three seasons... Named to the 2015 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) All-Academic team... Last name is pronunced krah-pay.
2015: Played in 30 matches as a reserve field player... Scored a personal single-season best eight goals... Spartans were 5-0 in matches in which she scored... Had a single-match career best three goals in the 20-1 win over Redlands (3/22)... Two scoers in the 19-12 victory over host Harvard (3/8) in the Harvard Invitational.
2014: A reserve field player who scored twice during the season... Both goals came in UC Santa Barbara Winter Invite tournament wins... Scored in the 18-6 win over Azusa Pacific (1/24) and the 18-3 victory over Fresno Pacific (1/25).
2013: A reserve field player who earned her first varsity letter... Played in 12 contests... Did not score any goals during the season.
BRITTANY: A communication studies major... Wants to work as a clinical dietician or with a professional sports team... Played club water polo for NorCal Water Polo (Coach Chris Dorst)... Comes from a family of rowers... Kirk Krappe, her dad, represented Great Britain during his competitive career... Has a younger brother and sister participating in club crew at the high school level... Brittany is a native of Stanford, Calif.