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Anastasia Erofeeva
  Anastasia Erofeeva

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Moscow, Russia

High School:
Moscow High School #11

Height:
5-7

Birthdate:
04/12/1992

Experience:
4L


05/01/2013

Vickers, Enrique Earn Spots In NCAA Women's Tennis Championship

Junior Samantha Vickers earns spot in singles bracket, while Vickers and sophomore Isaura Enrique will compete in the doubles tournament

05/23/2012

Erofeeva Ends Career With First NCAA Singles Appearance

No. 9 Lauren Embree defeats No. 49-ranked Golden Hurricane senior 6-0, 6-3

05/22/2012

Erofeeva Draws Florida's Embree In NCAA Singles First Round

Golden Hurricane senior will be fifth player in TU history to compete in singles championship

05/17/2012

Tulsa Golden Hurricane Sports Weekly Review

Issue #35

05/14/2012

Erofeeva, Vickers Earn ITA Regional Awards

Senior of the Year, Player to Watch honors go to Golden Hurricane

Year	Singles	Doubles
2008-09	31-6	20-15
2009-10	27-8	29-6
2010-11	24-13	32-4
2011-12	29-11	26-11
Totals	111-38	107-36

TULSA - A four-time letterwinner . . . left Tulsa with the most doubles wins and most combined wins in school history, and was also second in school history in career singles victories . . . finished her career with a 111-38 singles record and a 107-36 doubles mark . . . a six-time all-C-USA selection . . . earned a spot on the all-C-USA Singles First Team and the all-C-USA Doubles Second Team senior year . . . was the ITA Central Region Senior of the Year . . . competed at the 2012 NCAA Singles Championship . . . landed on the 2011 all-C-USA Singles Second Team and the all-C-USA Doubles Third Team . . . a member of the 2010 All-C-USA Singles Second Team . . . 2009 All-C-USA Singles Third Team selection . . . earned a career-high ITA singles rank of No. 49 April 30, 2012 . . . career-best doubles rank of No. 58 came March 2, 2010 . . . has been part of three Conference USA Championship teams during her career (2010-12) and three NCAA Second round squads (2010-12).

SENIOR (2011-12) - Played at the top of the lineup all year and boasted a 29-10 singles record with a 26-11 doubles mark . . . became the fifth player in school history to compete at the NCAA Singles Championship . . . tallied the second most singles wins and the most doubles wins on the team . . . achieved a career-high singles rank of No. 49 April 30 . . . defeated six ranked players, including No. 33 Courtney Collins of Memphis, No. 40 Joelle Kissell of N.C. State and No. 56 Edyta Cieplucha of SMU . . . had a 10-1 record in three-set matches . . . defeated two ranked doubles teams, including No. 23 Madeleine Geibert and Stefanie Weinstein of Nebraska . . . reached a season-best doubles rank of No. 60 March 13 . . . named the Conference USA Athlete of the Week a league high three times . . . reached the semifinals of the 2011 ITA Central Region Doubles Championship and the quarterfinals of the 2011 ITA Central Region Singles Championship.

JUNIOR (2010-11) - Posted a 24-13 singles mark and a 32-4 doubles record playing primarily from the No. 2 position . . . recorded the most doubles wins and the third-most singles victories on the team . . . named to the all-C-USA Singles Second Team and the all-C-USA Doubles Third Team . . . went 22-3 at No. 2 doubles with Ewa Szatkowska . . . compiled a 10-match win streak in doubles during the fall season and an 18-match win streak in doubles during the spring . . . defeated No. 107-ranked Mariam Kurdadze of Tulane in the fall . . . was 12-3 against doubles teams from ranked schools . . . teamed with Szatkowska to win two fall tournaments (A1 Doubles at the String `n Swing Memphis Collegiate Invitational and Gold Doubles at the Notre Dame Invitational) . . . advanced to the singles quarterfinals and the doubles Round of 16 at the ITA Central Regional.

SOPHOMORE (2009-10) - Compiled a 27-8 singles and 29-6 doubles record . . . recorded the most singles victories on the team . . . named to the all-C-USA Second Team . . . went 10-1 in No. 2 singles . . . posted a 27-5 doubles record with partner Ewa Szatkowska, including a 18-4 mark in the No. 2 position . . . the duo was ranked as high as No. 58 in the ITA National Doubles Rankings . . . advanced to the doubles semifinals at the Wilson/ITA Central Region Championships with Szatkowska, going 3-1 for the tournament . . . won the Blue 2 Singles flight title at the Memphis Invitational with a 3-0 record . . . won the South Doubles championship at the Razorback Classic with Szatkowska.

FRESHMAN (2008-09) - Posted a 31-6 singles record and a 20-15 doubles mark . . . the 31 singles wins are the third-most single-season victories in school history . . . was named third team all-C-USA . . . went 7-2 in No. 4 singles and 13-2 in the No. 5 position . . . posted a 12-match singles winning streak from Feb. 7 - March 18 . . . earned a 14-12 doubles record with partner Jie Zeng . . . won the Flight D singles title at the Razorback Invite compiling a 3-0 record . . . captured the Blue Singles title at the Air Force Invitational with a 3-0 mark . . . started the season with six consecutive singles victories before losing at the ITA Regionals . . . finished second in Blue Doubles at the Air Force Invitational going 3-1 with partner Alexandra Kichoutkin.

PRIOR TO TULSA - Compiled a 14-7 junior singles record . . . advanced to the semifinals at the 2007 International Junior Tournament in Mosrentgen, Russia . . . competed on the junior singles and doubles circuit of the International Tennis Federation (ITF) . . . earned a career-high juniors combined ranking of No. 403 by the ITF.

PERSONAL - Majoring in exercise and sports science . . . born April 12, 1992 . . . parents are Valery and Elena Erofeeva . . . has a younger brother, Daniel.