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#11 Anna Yelizarova
Position: 2-Meter Defender
Height: 5'10"
Year: Senior
Hometown: LaSalle, Quebec
High School: Vanier College
Major: Computer Science

Career Accolades

  • 2016 All-MPSF Honorable Mention
  • 2015 ACWPC All-Academic - Excellent
  • 2015 MPSF All-Academic
  • 2014 MPSF All-Academic
  • 2013 ACWPC All-Academic - Excellent
  • 2013 MPSF All-Newcomer Team
  • MPSF/Kap7 Newcomer of the Week (Feb. 4, 2013)

As a Junior (2015)

  • ACWPC All-Academic - Excellent
  • MPSF All-Academic
  • Eighth on the team with 22 goals
  • 24th in the MPSF in goals per game (1.29)
  • Scored in 12 games, had seven multi-goal efforts and three hat tricks
  • Three-goal performances came against CSU Monterey Bay (1/17), UC Irvine (1/31) and UCLA (2/1)
  • Put home two goals in wins over Pacific (1/17), Arizona State (3/28), San Jose State (4/4) and CSU Bakersfield (4/12)
  • Missed the majority of the month of February due to injury

As a Sophomore (2014)

  • MPSF All-Academic
  • Fifth on the team with 38 goals
  • 20th in the MPSF in goals per game (1.46)
  • Had 11 multi-goal games, including six hat tricks
  • Three-goal performances came against UC Davis (2/1), UC Irvine (2/2), UCLA (2/2), Cal (2/23), UC San Diego (3/23) and San Diego State (3/24)

As a Freshman (2013)

  • ACWPC All-Academic - Excellent
  • MPSF All-Newcomer Team
  • MPSF/Kap7 Newcomer of the Week (Feb. 4)
  • Fourth on the team with 46 goals
  • 18th in the MPSF in goals per game (1.44)
  • Had 16 multi-goal games, including four hat tricks
  • Scored a season-high six goals in a win over Cal Baptist (1/26)
  • Put home five goals against San Jose State in the opener of the Stanford Invitational (2/2)
  • Posted a hat trick against UCLA in the championship of the Stanford Invitational (2/3)
  • Tallied seven goals over Stanford's 4-0 trip to Hawaii, including a hat trick against the Rainbow Wahine (3/30)

Water Polo Canada

  • Has seen action with both the Canadian Senior and Junior National Teams
  • Represented Canada at the 2016 Olympic Qualification Tournament in Gouda, Netherlands
  • Was part of Canada's silver medal-winning team at the 2011 Pan Am Games in Guadalajara, Mexico
  • Helped lead Canada to gold medals at the 2008 (Sao Paulo) and 2010 (Miami) Junior Pan Am Games
  • Was on Canada's fifth-place finisher at the 2009 FINA Junior World Championships in Khanty Manysysk, Russia

Prior to Stanford

  • A 2010 graduate of College de Montreal in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
  • Played club for Camo Water Polo
  • Helped lead Camo to national club championship titles in 2008 (U16), 2009-10 (senior) and 2010-11 (U22)
  • Was named MVP of the U16 tournaments from 2007-08 and in the U22 tournament in 2010


  • Born in Kiev, Ukraine
  • Parents are Viktor and Tetyana
  • Father was a cyclist and mother a swimmer for the Soviet Union
  • Grandfather was an Olympic cycling coach
  • Majoring in computer science