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Dariana Kozmina
Height: 5'9"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Kharkiv, Ukraine
High School: InterRegional Specialized

Spring 2009:  Finished the spring with a 10-5 singles mark at No. 3 and an 8-7 mark in doubles...Won five of her last six singles matches heading into the NCAA Tournament...Played primarily at No. 2 doubles with partner Kiara Powell..Named CAA Women’s Co-Doubles Team of the Week (Apr. 5) after helping the Panthers win two straight against nationally-ranked opponents, VCU and William & Mary...Earned All-CAA Second Team Singles accolades...Named to the Dean's List.

Fall 2008: Posted a 7-5 singles record during fall competition...Best showing was at the Thomasville Invitational where she advanced to the semifinals...Named to the A.D. Honor Roll and received the Commissioner’s Award for posting a 3.2 GPA in the fall.

Spring 2008: Posted the squad’s best singles record with a 15-5 mark...Won nine straight matches to end the regular season...Honored as CAA Doubles team of the Week on April 13 with partner Kiara Powell after winning six straight doubles matches to post a 9-7 mark.

Fall 2007: Finished the fall season with a 7-5 mark...Won four of five matches at the Thomasville Invitational and two of three at the Georgia Tech Fall Classic, including a match over Harvard...Partnered with Mateja Podgorsek in doubles...Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for the fall.

Spring 2007: Posted a 10-5 spring record and 9-3 mark in dual matches...Was undefeated against league opponents...Went 3-4 with Martina Nitkova in doubles matches...Partnered with Rachel Malina for the majority of the spring with a 4-6 record...Named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and the CAA Commissioner’s Academic Award.

Fall 2006: Opened her collegiate career with a singles title at Thomasville Invitational...Won her second title at the University of Tennessee-Chattanooga Invitational...Partnered with Martina Nitkova to get to the doubles finals at Thomasville and UTC Invitational posting a combined 6-2 record...Was 6-3 in doubles action and 11-1 in singles play.

2005: Competed collegiately in Europe.

Prep: Placed third in singles and second in doubles in the Championship of Ukraine ...Won the Open Championship of Odessa...Won 27 of 38 singles matches played in 2006.

Personal: Daughter of Yuriy and Lyudmyla Kozmina...Born on October 9, 1987 in Kharkiv, Ukraine...Enjoys dancing, singing, swimming, and reading detective novels... Favorite sports team is the Ukrainian soccer team...Would most like to meet and inspired by Roger Federer...Career goal is to become a professional tennis player...Chose Georgia State because it is a very good university and gives a lot of educational opportunities... major is marketing.

 

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