Diandra Asbaty

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  • Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • Home Center: Diversey River Bowl
  • Age: 43
  • Hand: right
  • Joined: 2015
  • Career Wins: 2


 

Career Stats

Year Events Cashes MPA CRA Wins Avg Earnings
Total 51 27 13 1 2 206.41 $52,802
2023 8 4 0 0 0 206.78 $6,052
2022 4 2 1 0 1 203.85 $7,225
2021 6 3 1 0 0 208.59 $4,450
2019 6 4 1 0 0 201.52 $6,225
2018 5 2 2 0 0 203.83 $4,100
2017 6 5 3 1 0 207.39 $11,300
2016 7 2 2 0 0 200.98 $5,700
2015 9 5 3 0 0 199.54 $7,750
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Titles

PWBA Major Titles (1)

  •  2012 - USBC Queens, Arlington, Texas

PWBA Standard Titles (1)

  • 2022 - PBA/PWBA Striking Against Breast Cancer Mixed Doubles (with EJ Tackett), Houston

Other Professional Titles

  • 2010 PBA Women's Series Mixed Doubles Championship (with Brian Voss)
  • 2007 PBA Women's Series Great Lakes Classic

Awards

  • 2006 and 2007 World Bowling Writers Female Player of the Year
  • 2006 Malaysian Open winner
  • 2000, 2003 and 2007 USOC Athlete of the Year for Bowling
  • Inducted into the World Bowling Writers Hall of Fame in December 2005
  • 1999 and 2006 Team USA Trials winner
  • Member of 1999 and 2001 Intercollegiate Team Championships winner (Nebraska)
  • 1999-2000 and 2000-2001 NCBCA first-team All-American (Nebraska)
  • 1999-2000 NCBCA Most Valuable Player (Nebraska)
  • 1998-1999 NCBCA honorable mention All-American (Nebraska)
  • 1998 Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow

Other Achievements

National Team Accolades (United States)
Years on Team USA (15): 1999-2013
Years on Junior Team USA (2): 2001-2002

  • Runner-up at 2012 QubicaAMF World Cup
  • One gold medal (team) at 2012 PABCON Women's Championships
  • One gold medal (team) and one silver medal (singles) at 2009 PABCON Women’s Championships
  • Two gold medals (trios, team) and one bronze (Masters) at 2008 PABCON Women’s Championships
  • One gold medal (Masters) and one silver medal (team) at 2007 World Women's Championships
  • One gold medal (doubles) at 2007 Pan American Games
  • 2004 and 2007 World Ranking Masters champion
  • 2006 QubicaAMF World Cup champion
  • One silver medal (team) at 2005 World Women’s Championships
  • Three gold medals (doubles, team, Masters), one silver medal (all-events) and one bronze medal (singles) at 2005 American Zone Championships
  • Silver medal at 2004 World Tenpin Team Cup
  • One gold medal (Masters), two silver medals (doubles, all-events) and one bronze medal (trios) at 2003 World Women's 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, team, all-events, national all-events) and one bronze medal (doubles) at 2002 Tournament of the Americas
  • Three gold medals (team, all-events, Masters), one silver medal (singles) and one bronze medal (trios) at 2001 American Zone Championships
  • Gold medal at 2000 World Tenpin Team Cup
  • One gold medal (Masters), two silver medals (singles, doubles) and one bronze medal (all-events) at 2000 World Youth Championships
  • Four gold medals (singles, doubles, team, all-events) and one silver medal (Masters) at 2000 American Zone Youth Championships
  • Five gold medals (singles, doubles, team, all-events, national all-events) and one silver medal (mixed doubles) at 2000 Tournament of the Americas
  • Two bronze medals (trios, team) at 1999 World Women's Championships
  • Three gold medals (team, all-events, national all-events) and two silver medals (singles, mixed doubles) at 1999 Tournament of the Americas

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