The Demon Deacons fell to the Tar Heels in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Championship
2014 NFHCA All-America First Team 2014 South Region Player of the Year 2014 All-South Region First Team 2014 ACC Offensive Player of the Year 2014 ACC Tournament MVP 2014 All-ACC First Team 2014 Preseason All-ACC 2013 NFHCA All-America Second Team 2013 All-South Region First Team 2013 All-ACC First Team 2013 Preseason All-ACC 2012 NFHCA All-America Third Team 2012 All-South Region First Team 2012 All-ACC 2011 All-ACC 2011 All-South Region First Team 2011 ACC Freshman of the Year
Concluded her fantastic career with the Demon Deacons during the ACC Championship season ... Named to the NFHCA All-American First Team ... The 14th player in ACC field hockey history to earn four career All-America honors ... Named South Region Player of the Year ... Earned a spot on the All-South Region First Team for the fourth time in her career ... Was named ACC Offensive Player of the Year for her outstanding goal scoring ability... Became the 12th player in the 32-year history of ACC field hockey to be a four-time All-ACC First Team honoree ... Was the 2014 ACC Field Hockey Championship Most Valuable Player ... Was named ACC Co-Player of the Week on Oct. 5 after scoring two goals, including the game-winning goal in overtime against No. 8 Boston College (Oct. 3) ... Finished first on the team in scoring with a team-high 16 goals and six assists for 38 total points ... Tallied four game-winning goals for the season against Davidson (Sept. 7), No. 8 Boston College (Oct. 3), and had two game-winners in the ACC Tournament against Louisville (Nov. 6) and Virginia (Nov. 7) ... Had three defensive saves for the season against No. 17 Michigan (Aug. 31), Richmond (Sept. 21), and No. 12 Albany (Nov. 15) in the NCAA Championships ... Scored her first goal of the season against No. 17 Iowa (Aug. 30) ... The first assist of the season came in a 5-4 overtime win at No. 9 Old Dominion (Sept. 5) ... Had three two-goal games on the season against Davidson (Sept. 7), Richmond (Sept. 21), and No. 8 Boston College (Oct. 3) ... Had two assists in a game against No. 3 Virginia (Oct. 12) ... Scored two goals and tallied two assists in the 2014 ACC Field Hockey Championships, which earned her MVP honors ... Had a goal and a defensive save against Albany (Nov. 15) in the NCAA Championships... Participated in the 2014 Victory Sports Tours/NFHCA Division I Senior Game.
Continued to earn accolades in her junior season ... Named to the NFHCA All-America Second Team, the All-South Region First Team and the All-ACC First Team ... Second on the team in scoring with nine goals and six assists ... Recorded two defensive saves including one against No. 13 Iowa (Sept. 7) and one against Liberty (Sept. 13) ... Tallied her first assist of the season in the win over No. 9 Michigan (Sept. 8) ... Registered two goals and an assist in the win over Davidson (Sept. 10) ... Followed it up with two goals against Liberty which included a converted penalty stroke ... Notched an assist against Maryland (Sept. 20) ... Put up a goal on a penalty stroke against American (Sept. 22) ... Had a goal in the win over Appalachian State (Oct. 1) ... Also recorded two assists against Radford (Oct. 16) and two goals against James Madison (Oct. 20) ... Had a goal against North Carolina (Nov. 7) in the quarterfinals of the ACC Tournament and an assist against UNC (Nov. 17) in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
Earned All-ACC accolades and Third Team All-American honors for the second consecutive season ... Played and started all 20 games for the Deacs ... Improved in every statistical category from her superb freshman season, netting five goals, nine assists and 19 points ... Led the team in assists and was second on the squad in total points ... Fired the second-most shots (45) on the team and the third-most shots on goal (23) ... Scored the game-winning goal to upset Michigan (Aug. 26) ... Also scored against North Carolina (Sep. 16) and Davidson (Oct. 9) before tallying goals in back-to-back contests against California (Oct. 21) and Boston College (Oct. 26) ... Had two games with a pair of assists against Duke (Sep. 8) and Davidson (Oct. 9) ... Also notched assists against Iowa (Aug. 25), Northwestern (Sep. 11), Appalachian State (Sep. 14), Ohio (Oct. 3) and in the ACC Quarterfinals against Boston College (Nov. 2).
2011 (Freshman) Racked up several postseason awards, including ACC Freshman of the Year as well as All-ACC, All-Region and All-American honors ... After missing the first game of the year due to freshman orientation, she started the final 18 contests ... Made her collegiate debut against Michigan on Aug. 28 and scored a goal ... Picked up her first career assist against Syracuse on Sept. 3 ... Tallied her first game-winner of the season when she scored in overtime against Louisville on Sept. 4 ... Had an assist at Ohio State on Sept. 16 ... Dished out another assist at Temple on Oct. 8 ... Recorded her first multi-goal game with two goals against Princeton on Oct. 9, including her second overtime game-winner of the season ... Also had assists against Liberty (Oct. 14) and Virginia (Oct. 22) ... Had her first multi-assist game with two in the first round of the ACC Tournament against Boston College (Nov. 3).
High School Played five seasons for Argyle Secondary School in North Vancouver under coach Jane Kozniuk ... Was named a First Team All-Star in each year from 2006-09 ... Also served as a team captain for three seasons ... Played for West Vancouver Adanacs under coach Paul Winstanley ... Led the Adanacs to the 2006 U14 Cup Gold Medal and the 2008 U19 Disney Gold Medal ... Earned the Paul Winstanley award in 2009 and was named the best U18 Player in the WVFHC Club out of the 2,000 members ... Played for the Mystx Club under Jeff Harding and guided the team to the U.S. Festival U16 Pool A Championship in 2007 and the U19 Pool A Championship in 2009 ... Played for Field Hockey BC under coach Krista Thompson ... During her time with Field Hockey BC she participated in the Provincial Field Hockey Program from 2006-2010 and won 2009 and 2010 Gold Medals for at the Canadian Senior National Championships ... Played for Canadian Senior National Women's Team under coach Louis Mendonca ... Became a 2010 World Cup Qualifier, and received the Young Player of the Tournament Award ... Has 39 International Caps ... Academic Achievements include honor roll in 2008 and 2009 ... Worked as a Junior Coach at West Vancouver Field Hockey Club from 2007-2009, and as a coach for Adanacs Skill Development Program from 2009-2011 ... Kozniuk also played eight years of Ice Hockey for Rep Ice Hockey, and also played for the BC Provincial Ice Hockey team in 2009 and 2010 ... Was a team captain for the BC Provincial team in 2010 ... Was selected to the U18 National Ice Hockey Squad.
Personal Full name is Anna Kozniuk ... Born August 12, 1992 ... Parents are Geoff and Jane Kozniuk ... Mother played field hockey at Dalhousie University, and sister, Emily, played field hockey at Boston College ... Has three siblings: Emily (21), Ethan (20), and Theo (16) ... Communication major.