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Anastasia Kostina
Anastasia Kostina


Nakhabino, Russia

High School:
Nakhabino High School



2004-05 NGCA All-American
2004-05 All-Pac-10 First Team
Golfweek Player of the Week, Oct. 23, 2004
2004-05 All-Pac-10 Academic Second Team
2004-05 NGCA All-American Scholar Team
2003-04 All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention


Senior (Fall 2005): Finished in the top-10 in all four tournaments...garnered her 15th career top-10 finish at the 24th annual Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational...shot a 66 to tie the course record during the second round of the Stanford Pepsi Intercollegiate...score marked her career low single round score and tying the Washington State record for single round score held by All-American Kim Welch.

Junior (2004-05): Earned NGCA All-American and All-Pac-10 First Team honors...also named to All-Pac-10 Academic Second Team and NGCA All-American Scholar Team...finished in the top 11 in nine tournaments, including nine top eight efforts...posted a 75.4 scoring average for the season...nine top 10 finishes tied for first on single-season list in that category...fired three sub-par rounds (68-68-69) en route to capturing first career tournament victory at Stanford Intercollegiate...three-round score of 5-under 205 at Stanford was the lowest three-round total in school history...named Golfweek Player of the Week, Oct. 23 for performance at Stanford...tied for sixth at Notre Dame Invitational...tied for eighth at NCAA Fall Preview...tied for third at Edean Ihlanfeldt Invitational...represented her home country of Russia at the Women's World Amateur Team Championships where she finished in eighth place...opened spring with three consecutive top four finishes including a runner-up finish at Miccosukee Women's Golf Championship...followed up that effort with a tie for third at Pinhirst Invitational.

Sophomore (2003-04): All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention selection...tied for sixth in her debut as a Cougar at the Northwest Invitational, Sept.15...finished in the top 25 in five of six tournaments played during the spring...tied for 15th at the NCAA West Regional...recorded a 54-hole total of 5-over 221...tied for 14th at Pac-10 Championships...two top 10 efforts in the spring: tied for fifth at Duck Invitational and tied for sixth at Peg Barnard Collegiate.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS IN RUSSIA: Member of the Russian Junior World Cup Team since 2000...featured in Russian Golf Digest as one of the country's premier players...recognized as "The Best Russian Golfer" in 2002 and 2004 by Russian Golf Digest...shot her personal best of 67 in the 2002 International BMW Golf Cup at the Moscow Country Club...placed in the top 12 the past four years at the European Ladies Team Championships... runner-up in the Russian Amateur Championships in 2000, 2002 and 2004 and placed third in 2001...placed third amongst women under 18 at the 2002 Ladies' British Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship.

PERSONAL: Anastasia Kostina...born June 25, 1985, at Moscow, Russia...began playing golf when she was nine... parents Alexander and Katerina...has an older sister, Maria, who also played golf for the Cougars...enjoys listening to music...majoring in psychology.

Career Statistics
2003-04	7	20	1525	76.3	72	3	6
2004-05	12	33	2488	75.4	68	9	10
Totals	19	53	4013	75.7	68	12	16

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