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23 Anastasia Goncharova
Height: 6-0
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Moscow, Russia
High School: The Newport School
Position: G

AS A JUNIOR (2003-04): Played in all 28 games, starting in 27 of those contests…finished the regular season as the team's top points scorer, averaging 10.4 ppg…made 70 three-point baskets and ranked among the conference's best in three-point percentage (3rd at .329) and three-point baskets made (2nd at 2.50 pg)at the end of the season...her 2.50 three-point field goals per game average ranked 30th in the country…scored season-highs of 18 points on two occasions, netting 18 against Stony Brook (1-7-04) and against No. 14 North Carolina (11-29-03)…in the game vs. UNC she hit all of her baskets from outside the arc, netting a season-high six treys…made five three-point baskets against Albany (3-6-04) to score 17 points…hit double digits on 18 occasions…averaged 2.6 rpg and played 40 minutes in six contests.

AS A SOPHOMORE (2002-03): Started four contests and averaged 4.4 points per game in her initial season with the Retrievers...went 29-for-116 (.250) from three-point range...reached double-figures in scoring in four of the Retrievers’ first-five contests of the season, but only reached the mark once again (12 points vs. FDU, 2/10)...scored a season-high 19 points, going 7-for-16 from the field, in the season-opener against Towson (11/23)...scored 11 points and handed out a career-high five assists against Morgan State (11/26)...tallied 12 points and was 4-for-8 from three-point land against Navy (12/4)...recorded 13 points and grabbed four rebounds at Loyola (12/10).

2001-02: Sat out the season after transferring from American University following her freshman season.

AT AMERICAN UNIVERSITY (2000-01): Averaged 2.8 points and 0.9 rebounds at American her freshman year of college…scored a season-high 11 points against Rhode Island...converted on all three field goal attempts, including two three-point field goals against William & Mary.

HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 13.1 ppg, 4.1 rpg and 3.1 apg at The Newport School as a senior...placed first in the 2000 Canada Tournament in Toronto, Canada...named an All-Star at the Keystone Camp in 1998...a member of team Trinta in Russia...averaged 15.4 ppg, 4.9 rpg, and 3.7 apg for Trinta...Trinta won championships in 1997 and 1998...placed first in the Frankfurt, Germany Tournament in 1997...named MVP of Camp Reebok in Norcia, Italy in 1995.

PERSONAL: Full name is Anastasia Yurevna Goncharova…daughter of Yuri and Lubov Goncharova...mom and dad were members of the Russian National Basketball teams...born February 16, 1982.