Anastasiya Shestakova
Anastasiya  Shestakova


Sevastopol, Crimea

Last College:
Vernadsky University



Mean Green Tennis Drops 6-1 Decision To Wichita State

North Texas Picks Up First Singles Win In Three Matches


Tennis Can’t Upset Kansas, Falls 5-0

North Texas Moves To 1-3 In Dual Season After Facing Jayhawks


North Texas Tennis Falters In 6-1 Loss To Kansas State

Mean Green Drops First Dual Away From Denton In Spring Season


Tennis Starts Spring With 6-1 Win Over Central Arkansas

North Texas Drops Only One Matchup In First Dual of 2016


Dual With Central Arkansas Marks Start Of Tennis Spring Season

North Texas Looks For Balance, Opening Day Win In Denton

• Has a 2-4 mark in spring singles action, with one win coming at the No. 2 spot
• Is 2-3 in spring doubles matches
• Compiled a 7-4 singles record and 3-6 doubles mark in fall play
• Won the Flight B singles championship at the Wild West Open Shootout II


• Named the team's Most Valuable Player and Player to Watch
• Selected as an All-Conference USA Second Team singles player
• Accumulated an 11-8 spring record, including 8-4 at the No. 2 spot
• Went undefeated 5-0 from March 7 to April 1
• Posted a 3-0 record in Conference USA play
• Team-best 10-7 doubles record with partner Alexis Thoma at the No. 2 spot
• Second-consecutive spring with double-digit singles wins
• Finished the fall season with a 6-6 singles record
• Compiled a 4-0 record in the first round of tournaments
• Went 2-1 at the Racquet Club Invitational, advancing to the third round
• Had a 2-2 performance at the Oklahoma Invitational

• Joined North Texas beginning in the spring season
• Selected as an All-Conference USA Second Team singles player
• Went 10-5 at the No. 2 singles position
• Posted a 3-0 record in Conference USA play
• Had a 1-1 record with partner Alexis Thoma at No. 2 doubles

High School/International Highlights
• Was part of the 2012 Ukrainian national team
• Qualified to compete at the European Cup
• Reached No. 871 in the ITF circuit rankings
• Was ranked No. 164 in the ITF junior rankings
• Ukrainian doubles champion in 2011

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