Diandra Asbaty
Diandra Asbaty    
Career Wins


Events Cashes Average CRA Points Ranking


Home Center: Diversey River Bowl
Joined: 2015
Country: USA
Sponsors: Storm, Turbo, High 5 Gear
Birthdate: August 2, 1980

Resides in Chicago with husband, John, and two children, Madden and Jersey. Bowled collegiately at Nebraska and helped the Cornhuskers to the 1999 and 2001 Intercollegiate Team Championships. Named 1999-2000 NCBCA Most Valuable Player and was a two-time NCBCA All-American. Owns and operates the "Elite Youth Tour," a monthly scholarship tour which gives youth bowlers an opportunity to compete and earn scholarship money. 

PWBA 2019
Events     Cashes    Rd. of 12      CRA      Titles        Avg.       
     6                4                1               0            0          201.52

PWBA titles
Major (1): 2012 USBC Queens, Arlington, Texas

Other professional titles
- 2010 PBA Women’s Series Mixed Doubles Championship (with Brian Voss)
- 2007 PBA Women’s Series Great Lakes Classic

Team USA/Junior Team USA

Years on Team USA (15): 1999-2013
Years on Junior Team USA (2): 2001-02

- Runner-up at 2012 QubicaAMF World Cup
- One gold medal (team) at 2012 Pan American Bowling Confederation Women's Championships

- One gold medal (team) and one silver medal (singles) at 2009 Pan American Bowling Confederation Women’s Championships
- Two gold medals (team, trios) and one bronze (Masters) at 2008 Pan American Bowling Confederation Women’s Championships
- Gold (Masters) and silver (team) medals at 2007 Women’s World Championships
- Gold medal (doubles) at 2007 Pan American Games
- 2004 and 2007 World Ranking Masters champion
- 2006 QubicaAMF World Cup champion
- Silver medal (team) at 2005 Women’s World Championships
- Three gold medals (Masters, team, doubles), one silver (all-events) and one bronze (singles) at 2005 American Zone Championships
- Silver medal at 2004 World Tenpin Team Cup
- Gold medal (Masters), two silver (doubles, all-events) and one bronze (trios) at 2003 World Championships (Set the women’s three-game World Championships record with 778, and set women’s and men’s six-game record with 1,496)
- Bronze medal at 2003 World Tenpin Team Cup
- Four gold medals (singles, all-events, team, national all-events) and one bronze (doubles) at 2002 Tournament of the Americas
- Three gold medals (team, Masters, all-events), one silver (singles) and one bronze (trios) at 2001 American Zone Championships
- Gold medal at 2000 World Tenpin Team Cup
- Gold medal (Masters), two silver (singles, doubles) and bronze (all-events) at 2000 World Youth Championships
- Four gold medals (singles, doubles, team, all-events) and one silver (Masters) at 2000 American Zone Youth Championships
- Five gold medals (singles, doubles, team, all-events, national all-events) and one silver (mixed doubles) at 2000 Tournament of the Americas
- Two bronze medals (trios, team) at 1999 World Championships
- Three gold (team, all-events, national all-events) and two silver medals (singles, mixed doubles) at 1999 Tournament of the Americas

- 2006 and 2007 World Bowling Writers Female Player of the Year
- 2000, 2003 and 2007 USOC Athlete of the Year for Bowling
- 2006 Malaysian Open winner

- 1999 and 2006 Team USA Trials winner
- Inducted into the World Bowling Writers Hall of Fame in December 2005

- Member of 1999 and 2001 Intercollegiate Team Championships winner (Nebraska)
- Two-time NCBCA First-Team All-American (Nebraska)
- 1999-2000 NCBCA Most Valuable Player (Nebraska)
- 1998 Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow