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Mazury Nominated for NCAA Woman of the Year

by Amy Villa

SAN JOSE, Calif.—San José State women’s gymnast Jada Mazury has been selected as the school’s nominee for the 2023 NCAA Woman of the Year Award.

Mazury is a four-year letterwinner for the Spartan women’s gymnastics team and is one of a record-breaking 619 student-athletes that were nominated by NCAA member schools across the country for the 2023 award. The NCAA Woman of the Year program recognizes graduating female student-athletes for their academic achievements, athletics excellence, community leadership and service.

Jada Mazury, Sr., Women’s Gymnastics, Calgary Alberta, Canada

  • Four-year letterwinner
  • First Team All-MPSF on bars & floor in 2023
  • Two-time MPSF All-Academic Scholar
  • San José State Dean’s Scholar
  • Three-time WCGA Scholastic All-American
  • Two-time NCAA Regional individual performer
  • 2022-23 San José State SAAC President
  • 2022-23 SAAC Community Service Chair – lead on the feminine sanitary product & sports bra drive
  • Worked with BAWSI, an afterschool program, throughout her entire college career
  • Graduated in May 2023 as a Sbona Honors Student and Summa Cum Laude with a degree in business administration
  • Started her own photography business during the pandemic, Mazury Photos, taking pictures from a distance to give people home during the hard times

Up next, the selection committee will choose the Top 30 honorees, 10 from each division, to be announced in October. The top-three honorees in each division will be announced in November. The nine finalists will be celebrated at the NCAA Convention in Phoenix in January as the NCAA Committee on Women’s Athletics will choose the winner.