This year's total of Spartan award winners equals 2015 and 2016 combined.
Rae Lekness, Brittany Krappe, Donia Momen and Cara Robinson earn the honor again.
San Jose State finished with a 2-2 mark in the weekend tournament.
Espar Llaquet singlehandedly outscored Iona in the Spartans' win.
Goalkeeper Katelynn Thompson stopped a career-high 14 shots vs. UC Irvine.
AT SAN JOSE STATE: In her third season with the Spartans... Increased her goal scoring total from two to five between her freshman and sophomore seasons... Team is 5-1 in matches in which she scored a goal... Honored by the National Consortium for Academics & Sports on the National Student Athlete Day in April 2015.
2016: Played in 16 matches... Scored at least one goal in four different contests... Team was 3-1 when she scored... Career high two goals in a win over Cal State Monterey Bay (4/9).
2015: Earned her first varsity letter award... Played in 23 matches... Scored two goals, both in Spartan victories... First major college goal occurred in the 15-6 win over #18 UC Davis in the Stanford Invitational (1/31)... Second score was in the 17-5 triumph over Iona in the Harvard Invitational (3/7).
HIGH SCHOOL: Lettered in water polo (Coach Evan Baird) and swimming at Clovis (Calif.) High.
MORE ON GIULIANA: A hospitality, tourism and event management major... Her dad, Peter Tragitt, was a 1976 and 1977 All-American swimmer for the University of California... Her brother, Michael Tragitt, was a member of the 2009 through 2013 Pepperdine men's water polo teams... Guiliana is a native of Fresno, Calif.