This year's total of Spartan award winners equals 2015 and 2016 combined.
Six Spartans are repeat award winners.
Toha Vilanova was named the Offensive MVP and Paradi and Thompson shared Defensive MVP honors.
Paradi was recognized for her all-around performance this season.
The Spartans had two chances in the final 2:00 to tie the score.
The Spartans finished with an 18-15 win-loss record and celebrated its season's accomplishments.
AT SAN JOSE STATE: In her third season with the Spartans... One of the top defenders on the team... Has four two-goal scoring matches in her first two seasons... A 2016 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation All-Academic team honoree.
2016: Played in all 33 matches... Scored 12 goals... Had her career-high two goals in wins over Azusa Pacific (3/19) and Pomona Pitzer (4/3) in the UCLA Invitational.
2015: Scored four goals in eight matches before an injury sidelined her for the remainder of the season... Season-high two goals in her major college debut in the 15-5 win over Sonoma State (3/16) in the LouStrong Memorial... Found the back of the cage in the 15-3 victory over Cal State Monterey Bay (3/17)... Final goal of the season was in the 10-9 overtime loss to Cal State Northridge (2/21) in the UC Irvine Invitational.
HIGH SCHOOL: Graduate of Ga'rdonyi Ge'za Cistercian School in Eger, Hungary... Was a member of swimming team... Sprint freestyle specialist.
MORE ON KLAUDIA: An athletic training major... Was a student athletic trainer for the 2016 San Jose State University football team... Plans to earn a master's degree in exercise physiology... ... Played club water polo for ZF-Eger (Coach Attila Kelemen), one of the top programs in Hungary... Team won the Hungarian club championship twice while she was on the squad... Enjoys playing basketball... She is a native of Eger, Hungary.