Anastasia Abramyan
Ht
6'
0"
Class
Senior (Covid Year)
Hometown
Yaroslavl, 
Roster Years
2017-2022


Personal

  • Major: Business Management
  • Daughter of Oleg and Irina Abramyan
  • Has one younger sister
  • Coached by Aleksey Karpukhin

Before BYU

  • Member of the National Team under 14 (2012-13)
  • Third place in doubles at 2017 National Championships
  • Awarded Master of Sports in Russia (2017)
  • Winner of multiple ITA and ITF Junior tournaments

Stats

Year Singles Doubles
2017-18 16-13 18-10
2018-19 13-18 11-18
2019-20 4-5 1-5
2020-21 12-8 9-8
Career: 45-44 39-41

 

 

 

BYU Hall of Fame

Freshman Year 2017-2018

  • Reached the finals of the main doubles draw at the Jack Kramer Invitational
  • Reached the quarterfinals of the main doubles draw at the ITA Regionals
  • Reached the quarterfinals of the main Blue doubles draw at the Cal Fall Invitational
  • Advanced to the Round of 16 in singles at the ITA Regionals
  • WCC All-WCC Singles Team Honorable Mention
  • WCC All-WCC Double Team Honorable Mention
  • WCC Singles Player of the Week April 23-29
  • WCC Double Team of the Week with teammate Mayci Jones  March 26-30 and April 23-30.
  • Competed in No. 1 doubles with teammate Jones, ranked No. 38 nationally
  • Beat No. 27th-ranked Mariia Kozyreva and Hind Abdelouahid of Saint Mary's 6-1 and then once again in the first round of the WCC Championships 6-3 with teammate Jones
  • 18-10 overall doubles record for the year
  • Competed in No. 2 singles
  • 16-13 overall singles record for the year
Sophmore Year 2018-2019

  • Made it to the round of eight in singles at the ITA Regionals
  • Upset No. 84 Adrijana Lekaj of Pepperdine, 6-0, 7-5, in a No. 2 singles match 
Junior Year 2019-2020

  • Advanced to the quarterfinals of ITA Gold Doubles with doubles partner Helen Jiao
  • 4-5 overall record in singles 
  • 1-5 overall record in doubles 
  • Season cut short due to COVID-19 pandemic
Senior Year 2020-2021

  • Went 12-8 in singles matches 
  • Went 9-8 in doubles matches 
  • Upset No. 86 Michaela Bayerlova in singles play to clinch BYU's fourth point over Washington State
  • Upset No. 36 Taylor Melville and Hada Chang of Denver in a 6-2 doubles win on the road
  • Named to All-WCC Singles Second Team
  • Named to All-WCC Doubles Second Team
Graduate Year

Redshirt Year

Medical Redshirt Year

Senior 2021-2022