The OWIA/VIS athlete finished eighth, following a hotly contested semi-final, which saw Lockett finish fourth, with just 0.280 seconds separating the top four, meaning the star Australian skater progressed to the B-Final.
In the second 1500 metres event, Lockett was unlucky to miss the final, finishing sixth in a time of two minutes 29.458 seconds in her semi-final, therefore missing out on a place in the A and B Final.
Lockett finished 16th overall in the second event, giving her a ranking of fifth place in the World Cup standings for the 1500 metres distance.
Pierre Boda finished 22nd overall in round two of the 1500 metres, after just failing to get through in his repechage semi-final.
Boda missed out on a semi-final berth by just 0.160 seconds.
In his 1000 metre event, Boda made it to the repechage quarter finals, finishing with an overall placing of 26th.
Lockett will return to training and then travel as a member of the Australian Team at the World Junior Championships during February 27 to March 1 in Osaka, Japan, before going on to Russia for the World Championships on March 13-15.
IMAGE: Deanna Lockett in action in Germany © Anthony Barthell