Six Spartans are repeat award winners.
Toha Vilanova was named the Offensive MVP and Paradi and Thompson shared Defensive MVP honors.
The Spartans had two chances in the final 2:00 to tie the score.
The Spartans ended a three-match losing streak with a solid second-half defensive effort.
Carla Toha Vilanova and Jacqui Maisey scored for the Spartans.
The Spartans finished with an 18-15 win-loss record and celebrated its season's accomplishments.
AT SAN JOSE STATE: In her second season with the Spartans...Named to the 2016 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation (MPSF) All-Newcomer team... 2016 Honorable mention All-MPSF... 12 matches of two or more goals.
2016: Played in all 33 matches... Second on the team and sixth in the MPSF in scoring with 53 goals... Top freshman scorer in the MPSF... Team leading scorer in four matches and shared team-high scoring honors in one other contest... Had two seven-match scoring streaks during the season... Single-match scoring high, San Jose State freshman record seven goals and the match winner with 0:04 remaining in regulation in a 14-13 win over San Diego State in the UC Irvine Invitational (2/27)... Four scores in the 28-8 win over Redlands (4/3) and in the 14-7 victory over #23-ranked CSU Bakersfield (4/16).
HIGH SCHOOL: A graduate of C.A.R. Sant Cugat in Barcelona.
MORE ON CARLA: A sociology major... Played for Spain in the 2014 FINA World Youth Championships in Madrid, Spain, and in the 2013 Under-17 World Championships in Istanbul, Turkey... She is a native of Barcelona, Spain.