Anastasiia Vasiukhina
Anastasiia  Vasiukhina
Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Moscow, Russia

High School:
Moscow School #1338

Last College:
Washington State

Height:
5-11

Birthdate:
09/06/1996

2016-17: Wrapped up the season with an overall record of 8-19, broken down to 7-14 in dual play and 3-4 in conference play … went 5-6 at the No. 5 slot … had a three-game winning streak from Feb. 22-26 … helped Miami secure its win over Western Michigan University after defeating Denise Azcui (2-6, 6-4, 6-2) … teamed up with Shteyn to go 3-8 at second position in doubles.

2015-16:
Finished season with 10-8 mark, including eight exhibition victories ... posted regular season wins at No. 5 and No. 6 positions ... posted 16-18 doubles record, including 10-7 mark in regular season and 4-0 MAC record ... tallied nine victories at No. 1 position ... paired with Nelli Ponomareva to win MAC Doubles Team of the Week on January 27, March 29 and April 7 ... pair earned 12 victories, including nine at No. 1 position and 4-0 MAC record ... reached Round of 32 at ITA Ohio Valley Regional Championship with Anzhelika Shapovalova ... reached consolation final of Virginia Tech Hokie Fall Invitational with Emily Struble ... named to Academic All-MAC Team and awarded MAC Distinguished Scholar-Athlete Laurel

PRIOR TO MIAMI: Posted a 5-10 singles record and a 11-4 doubles mark during the 2014 fall season at Washington State...advanced to the singles second round at USTA/ITA Northwest Regional Championship...advanced to the Gray doubles quarterfinals at the Cougar Classic with Lize Leenknecht...teamed with Maria Biryukova, the pair won all five doubles matches in the No. 2 doubles flight at the WSU Invitational ...captured multiple Russian national-level tournament titles ... attended the CSKA Moscow Tennis Club and was ranked among the top 100 players in Russia with wins over top-50 ranked ITF players

PERSONAL: Born on Sept. 6, 1996 in Moscow, Russia ... daughter of Yury Vasyukhin and Tatiana Dashkova ... majoring in bioengineering (biomedical track)