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  Anastasia Kugakolova
School: Mississippi State University
Year: Senior
Home Town: St. Petersburg, Russia
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Height: 5-3
Birth Date: Sunday, July 08, 1984
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Major: Psychology
Singles Record: 64-51
Doubles Record: 55-52
Anastasia Kugakolova

Fall 2004
Had a 10-7 singles record and an 11-6 doubles record to end the fall schedule... Has not lost a tiebreaker this season (5-0)... Fell in the prequalifying round of 64 at the Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships... Dropped the championship match of the main draw of the Residence Inn North Wolfpack Invitational to teammate Zsuzsanna Fodor... Won the Draw B consolation finals match of the SEC Fall Coaches Classic... Played most of fall doubles with Fodor, 6-2, and Renée Joseph, 5-2... With partner Fodor, the duo defeated Ole Miss' preseason 15th-ranked tandem of Carlotti and Tomatis, 8-6, at the SEC Fall Coaches Classic... Advanced to the prequalifying round of 8 at the Riviera/ITA Women's All-American Championships with partner Fodor, defeating doubles teams from Pennsylvania, Fresno State and USC... Tandem fell in the championship match of the doubles main draw at the SEC Fall Coaches Classic, 9-7... Won the B Draw consolation finals match with Joseph at the Roberta Alison Fall Classic... Fell in the finals of the B draw at the Wilson/ITA South Regional Championships, teamed with Joseph, to South Alabama.

Finished the season with the team's top singles record, 16-12, a .571 winning percentage... Won seven of the nine tiebreakers she played in... Recorded a 6-16 doubles record for the season... Faced five ranked players in the spring, playing most of the season at the second position... Recorded five SEC victories, the most by any member of the team... Was 5-2 in the spring against teams in the South Region... Played most spring doubles matches at the first position... Teamed with Magdi Rekasi for the majority of the matches... Duo had a 6-14 overall record... Tandem recorded SEC wins against Kentucky, Arkansas, LSU and South Carolina... Faced three duos ranked in the top-30, two of which were in the top-five... Teamed with Justyna Switala and Yumi Ueda in one match each in dual action at the second position... Led the team with a 7-4 singles record... Was 2-1 in three-set matches and 4-1 in tiebreakers at the end of fall competition... Runner-up in the Flight A singles championship at the Roberta Alison Fall Classic... Fell in the semifinals of A singles consolation at the ITA Southern Regional after an impressive four-match run, defeating top regional athletes... One victory at the tournament came against Georgia State1s Anne Breiholtz in a 5-7, 7-6(2), 6-0, decision, her second match of the day... Was 1-5 with doubles partner Magdi Rekasi... Member of the 2004 ITA All-Academic Team.

Began competing for the Lady Bulldogs in the spring... Made an immediate impact, leading the squad with her 10-10 singles record and four SEC victories... Won her first five matches as a Lady Bulldog... Was 4-4 in the South Region... Ended the season 3-2 in three-setters and undefeated in tiebreakers... Competed 10 matches at No. 2 and nine matches at No. 3... Partnered with Rekasi the majority of the spring... Duo had a 5-8 dual action record, which ranked second on team... Recorded three straight SEC victories with Rekasi on court two... Dropped two matches to ranked teams in tiebreakers... Concluded the season 3-2 at home and 2-3 in the region.

Member of a combined National Team while in high school... Listed as one of the 50 strongest players by European rank (ETA) among girls under-14... Ranked in the top 10 in Russia by the National Association Ranking... Five-time champion of St. Petersburg... Won the championship of Russia.

Anastasia Kugakolova was born July 8, 1984... The daughter of Vladimir Kugakolov and Elena Kulikova... Has a sister, Daria Kulikova... Goes by the nickname "Nastja"... Majoring in psychology... Previously attended St. Petersburg State University.