Tatiana Boldyreva enters her fourth season in the USC program... in 2007, rowed exclusively from the No. 4 seat with the Varsity Eight in one of the most successful seasons in program history... her boat won the coveted Jessop-Whittier Cup at the 2007 San Diego Crew Classic (only the second time in USC history) and was also crowned the Pac-10 Champion after convincingly winning the Grand Final... contributed to bringing the Trojans their first Pac-10 Conference team championship and secured the second team bid to the NCAA Championships in school history... her Varsity Eight remained undefeated until the final race of the season... in 2006, she was named to the 2006 CRCA All-West Region First Team, 2006 CRCA Pocock All-America Second Team and the 2006 Pac-10 All-Conference Team... held the stroke position in the Varsity Eight boat, leading the crew to victories over Clemson, Michigan, Ohio State and UCLA... guided the Varsity Eight to a second place finish at the San Diego Crew Classic, and a third place finish in the Pac-10 Championship Grand Final, earning an at-large berth in the NCAA Championships... in 2005, rowed with the Varsity Eight at the No. 5 and No. 6 seats on the way to a team NCAA Championship berth, placing first in all but one race including a first place finish at Pac-10 prelims and a third place finish in the Pac-10 Grand Final... rowed to a tenth place finish overall at the NCAA Championships in the No. 6 seat... a member of the eleventh place NCAA squad, the first USC women's crew in history to receive a team bid to the NCAA Championships.
Boldyreva competed at both the 2004 Munich Regatta and the 2003 Hamburg Regatta.
Tatiana Boldyreva was born in Lipetsk, Russia... a 2003 graduate of Middle School No. 2 in Lipetsk, Russia... majoring in International Relations.