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Anna  Pomyatinskaya
Anna Pomyatinskaya


Sochi, Russia

High School:
Moscow's HS #38


@Herd_Tennis Heads to ITA Atlantic Regional

The Herd had finalists in the singles and doubles brackets at the 2016 regional


@Herd_Tennis Earns ITA Academic Awards

Six players named scholar athletes, team earns academic award


@Herd_Tennis Inks Two for 2017-18

The Herd Adds Anna Smith and Ana Marhuenda


Five @Herd_Tennis Members Earn All-Conference Accolades

The Herd earned one first team honor, three second team honors and two third team honors


@Herd_Tennis Comeback Attempt Falls Short Against WKU

The Herd finishes the season with a 14-10 record

Herd Tennis 20 Questions with Anna Pomyatinskaya

AS A SENIOR (2017)
Finished her career by ranking in the top 25 in Marshall history for singles wins (63), doubles wins (62) and overall wins (125) … Named to the All-Conference USA Singles Third Team … Also named to the All-Conference USA Doubles Second Team with partner Derya Turhan … Compiled a singles record of 13-10 during dual match play, splitting time primarily at the Nos. 4 and 5 spots … Won her only match at No. 3, defeating Nina Dillwald of West Virginia State in straight sets (7-5, 6-1) … Went 8-7 at the No. 4 position … Went 4-3 at the No. 5 position … Won her opening match in the Conference USA tournament against Lois Wagenvoort of UTEP in straight sets (6-2, 6-1) … won the deciding point against Penn State, defeating Samantha Smith in three sets (1-6, 6-2, 6-1) … Won five matches against Power Five conference opponents (Wisconsin, Minnesota, Louisville, Penn State and Maryland) … Won four of her final six matches to end her Herd career … Went 13-7 in doubles play, playing primariy with Derya Turhan at the No. 1 position … Won both of her doubles matches in the regular season against Conference USA opponents … Spent five weeks in the national polls for doubles, reaching as high as No. 58 … Defeated two ranked opponent, then No. 51 Caroline Daxhelet and Elena Cerezo-Codina of Virginia Tech and then-No. 65 Lindsey Hodge and Wendy Zhang of then-No.37 Rice … Was the runner-up of the doubles bracket at the ITA Atlantic Regional … Named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll

AS A JUNIOR (2016)
Named to the 2016 All-Conference USA singles third team … was selected to the 2016 All-Conference USA Doubles First Team with Derya Turhan … collected a 10-10 singles record, including a win over No. 68 Old Dominion … played the Nos. 2, 3, 4 and 5 spots … at No. 2, went 1-1 … at No. 3, went 4-4 … at No. 4, went 4-1 … at No. 5, went 1-3 … had a 10-10 doubles record, playing primarily with Derya Turhan at the No. 1 spot and Maddie Silver at the No. 2 spot … recipient of the Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal … named to the Conference USA Commissioner’s Honor Roll


Was named to the 2015 All-Conference USA singles first team...Was named to the 2015 All-Conference USA doubles second team with Derya Turhan...Collected a 19-6 record...Played all spots except No. 6...Had 35 singles wins in two years...Went 12-12 in doubles play with Derya Turhan including five wins against ranked teams...Was named to Conference USA Honor Roll...

AS A FRESHMAN (Spring 2014)
Was named to the 2014 All-Conference USA singles third team and the doubles third team ... Had the most wins among the Marshall singles lineup and the highest winning percentage as well off of her 16-6 record ... In the No. 4 spot, she posted a mark of 14-6, while going 2-0 in the No. 5 position ... The freshman collected singles wins over the likes of No. 38 Utah and No. 58 Louisville ... Finished the spring 14-4 on the doubles courts and posted a 14-2 mark with Karli Timko for the best Marshall doubles pair ... The duo won their last 12 doubles contests of the season.

Attended IMG Academy in Florida...has one younger brother... majoring in International Managemen