Anna Liberovsky enters her first season as a volunteer assistant coach with the UCLA women's rowing program. Liberovsky works primarily with the program's walk-on student-athletes.
Liberovsky spent five seasons as a student-athlete with the USC women's rowing program. A walk-on athlete at USC, Liberovsky made the transition to coxing in her final two seasons. She was a member of the first team in USC history to earn a team bid to the NCAA Women's Rowing Championships, where the Trojans placed 11th overall.
In her final season at USC, Liberovsky led the 4+ to a third-place finish at the Head of the American (behind two other USC crews). She also led her 4+ to a silver medal-winning finish at the Pacific Coast Rowing Championships. That spring, USC advanced to win its first-ever Pac-10 Championship, allowing the team to earn its second bid to the NCAA Championships where the Trojans finished fifth overall.
The summer prior to her senior season, Liberovsky competed with the Lions Rowing Club, a local rowing club in Los Angeles. Liberovsky won four medals at the USRowing Southwest Regional Championships and led two of her crews to Grand Final appearances at the USRowing Masters Nationals Championships. Liberovsky volunteered at the club's Learn to Row program during the racing season and has continued her involvement with the club since leaving USC.
In the summer of 2007, Liberovsky competed in the SW Regionals and volunteered with the Learn to Row program. Last fall, she competed mainly with the men's 4+ in the Head of the Marina, the Newport Autumn Rowing Festival and the Long Beach Christmas Regatta.
Liberovsky graduated from USC in 2007 with a Bachelor of Science in astronautical engineering and a minor in music. The Long Island, N.Y., native resides in Los Angeles and enjoys baking in her free time as well as following college football and the New York Yankees.