Tanya Torres Multiple Award Winner For Water Polo

Campbell, Calif.-----Co-captain Tanya Torres needed more than two hands to carry home her awards from the annual San Jose State University women’s water polo post-season awards ceremony.

    The senior from Alta Loma, Calif., was named the Utility Most Valuable Player, winner of the Adriane Riddle Award as the team’s Most Inspirational Player and was honored as one of three departing seniors from the Spartans squad that finished sixth in the final national poll with a 20-14 win-loss record. Torres was the team’s number-three scorer on the season with 56 goals and also ranked 16th in scoring in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation.

    Juliet Moss, a senior from San Jose, Calif., was named the team’s Most Valuable Player. Moss was the team’s leading scorer with 80 goals, a San Jose State single-season record, and ranked sixth in the conference in scoring.

    Kathryn Hannum, a junior from Davis, Calif., and freshman Dani Curran, from Chino, Calif., were named the defensive and offensive Most Valuable Players, respectively.

    Goalkeeper Meagan Minson, a freshman from Riverside, Calif., received the Most Improved Award.

    Adriana Vogt, a sophomore from Menlo Park, Calif., was named winner of the Spartan Award. Vogt and Hannum were named team captains for the 2010 season.

    Goalkeeper Kelly Kennison was recognized along with Moss and Torres as the three seniors to complete their college careers with the Spartans.