Gary St. Clair has retired as San Jose State men's soccer coach after 24 seasons, the school announced Tuesday.
St. Clair, 61, had a 217-211-41 record and guided the Spartans to NCAA Tournament appearances in 1998, 2000 and 2003.
As an SJSU player from 1970-74, St. Clair was a two-time all-conference and three-time All-West Coast goalkeeper. He shares the school record for career shutouts with 18.
He spent three seasons in the North American Soccer League, including for the San Jose Earthquakes in 1976. Before taking over at SJSU in 1990, he coached seven seasons at West Valley College and six at Leland High School.
Cal remains in contention for Freedom High (Oakley) running back Joe Mixon, who announced his final four teams via Twitter.
In no particular order, Mixon, a five-star recruit (out of five), announced that Cal, UCLA, Wisconsin and Oklahoma are his final four teams, with Florida State and Washington off his previous list.
Mixon told Scout.com that Steve Sarkisian's move from Washington to USC will add the Trojans to his list, if Sarkisian, as expected, recruits him.
Stanford middle blockers Carly Wopat and Inky Ajanaku, outside hitter Jordan Burgess and Cal outside hitter Adrienne Gehan were named first-team All-Pac-12.
Stanford's Madi Bugg was named the conference's Setter of the Year and was an honorable mention selection along with Cardinal teammates Brittany Howard and Rachel Williams and Cal's Joan Coloiaro and Christina Higgins.
Staff writers Phil Jensen and Elliott Almond contributed to this report.