≤Making it to Omaha≥ Under the rule of head coach Sam Piraro in 2000. The eight teams who accompanied them in Omaha were Clemson, Florida State, Louisiana State, Stanford, Texas, Louisiana-Lafayette, and the University of Southern California. However, San Jose State was eliminated after the first round of the tournament by the number four seed, the Clemson Tigers.
≤2011 Results≥ At the end of the 2011 season, the Spartans posted an impressive 35 win season with only 26 losses. They would take an early exit from the Western Athletic Conference Tournament.  ≤2012 Results≥ The Spartans took a turn for the worst after the 2011 season, going 22-29 in the 2012 season. This would also be the last year for head Coach Sam Piraro who would be replaced by Dave Nakama. ≤2013 Result≥ The Spartans had a very rough season under the new head coach Dave Nakama. They would post a terrible 17-41 record by the time all was said and done. ≤2014 Results≥ The Spartans would only win a total of two more games then they had the previous season when the 2014 season came to a close. Their final record was 19-38.