Anastasia Pozdniakova

    Anastasia Pozdniakova
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    Oct. 29, 2007

    2007-08 SEASON
    She is training to compete at the 2008 Olympic Games for her native Russia.

    2006-07 SEASON
    Claimed first place in the 1-meter competition with 303.80 points during the first tri-meet against Northern Colorado and at New Mexico State... Won the 1-meter springboard event with 300.55 points during the second day of the tri-meet against Northern Colorado and at New Mexico State... Swept both diving events against No. 8 SMU and against No. 25 Oregon State in a tri-meet... Earned 323.73 points on the 1-meter board and 316.58 points in the 3-meter competition and was the only diver to crack 300 points in either event... Honored as the C-USA Diver of the Week following that performance... Finished first in the 3-meter diving with 377.85 points during the first day of the Phill Hansel Duals Weekend... Captured first place on the 3-meter springboard with 383.10 points during the finals of the Texas Diving Invitational... Scored 316.70 points on the 1-meter springboard to win by nearly 40 points during the Texas Diving Invitational... Finished first on the 3-meter springboard with 316.45 points during the Hawai'i Diving Invitational... Captured first place on the 3-meter springboard with 382.00 points to set a CRWC Natatorium record during the first half of a quad meet against North Texas, Florida International and New Mexico State... Finished first on the 1-meter springboard with 325.15 points during the second half of that meet... Swept both diving events against No. 5 Texas A&M... Won the 3-meter competition with 358.13 points and claimed top honors on the 1-meter springboard with 301.87 points... Was the only diver to crack 300 points in either event against the Aggies... Swept both diving events against Miami (Fla.)... Tallied 350.48 points on the 3-meter springboard and 299.32 points on the 1-meter board against the Hurricanes... Scored 366.75 points to win the 3-meter diving championship by more than 75 points during the second day of the Conference USA Championship... Finished with 337.30 points to win the 1-meter championship during the C-USA Championship... Finished third in the platform... Joined teammate Ginni van Katwijk as the only divers to finish in the Top Three of all three diving events at the C-USA meet... Captured championships on both the 1- and 3-meter springboards during the NCAA Zone D meet... Scored 740.30 points on the 3-meter board and 614.25 points in the 1-meter competition to earn her first berth to the NCAA Championships... Earned All-America accolades in both the 1- and 3-meter springboard events during the NCAA Championships... Scored 407.10 points to finish as the NCAA national runner-up on the 3-meter springboard... Posted 338.40 points on the 1-meter springboard to finish fifth at the NCAA Championships... Enjoyed a busy but successful summer season... Won the 1-meter competition at the FINA Diving Grand Prix in Fort Lauderdale, Fla... Also finished 15th on the 3-meter board at that meet... Placed 11th on the 3-meter board at the FINA Diving World Championships in Melbourne, Australia.

     

     

    2005-06 SEASON
    Claimed fourth place on the 1-meter board and ninth on the 3-meter board at the 2006 European Diving Championships in Budapest, Hungary... Placed ninth on the 1- and 3-meter boards during the 2006 FINA Diving World Cup in Changshu, China... Finished ninth and sixth on the 3- and 1-meter springboard events, respectively, during the NCAA Zone D meet... Joined Tania Cagnotto as the only divers to finish among the Top Three individual leaders in all three diving events at the C-USA Championship... Earned the silver medal with 319.60 points on the 3-meter springboard during the C-USA Championship... Finished second on the 1-meter springboard during the C-USA Championship with 309.75 points to help lead the Cougars to a sweep of the Top Three places... Captured third place on the platform during the C-USA Championship with 247.50 points... Finished second on the 3-meter board with 302.10 points during her first collegiate meet against C-USA rival Rice and host Texas... Earned a second-place finish on the 1-meter with 313.25 points and added a similar finish with 341.55 points on the 3-meter board against North Texas... Earned the first win of her collegiate career with 319.73 points on the 1-meter springboard against Arkansas.... Posted 296.85 points on the 1-meter springboard to win at Texas A&M... Placed second in both diving events during a tri-meet against SMU, Wyoming and host North Texas... Claimed first place on the 1-meter springboard with 311.75 points at the Texas Invitational... Finished second in the 3-meter competition with 292.55 points at the Texas Invitational... Won the 1-meter event at the Georgia Diving Invitational and Shootout with 281.65 points... Named the C-USA Diver of the Week for that effort.

    2004-05 SEASON
    Sat out the entire season with a redshirt... Competed at the 2005 FINA Diving World Championships in Montreal... Placed 13th on the 1-meter board and 11th in 3-meter synchronized diving.

    HIGH SCHOOL
    Finished fourth on the 1-meter board during the 2004 European Championships in Madrid, Spain... Earned a 12th-place finish on the platform during the FINA Junior Diving World Championships in Aachen, Germany, in 2002.

    PERSONAL
    Full name is Anastasia Urevna Pozdniakova... Born on Dec. 11, 1985, in Elektrostal, Russia... Daughter of Tatiana and Uriy Pozdniakova... Studio arts-interior design major.

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