Diandra Asbaty

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Diandra Hyman Asbaty (born August 2, 1980 in Oak Lawn, Illinois) is a bowler currently representing Team USA and was United States Amateur Champion in 1999 and 2006. She is also an official youth bowling spokesperson for the United States Bowling Congress (USBC). She recently competed in the 2009-10 PBA Women's Series, which is sponsored by the United States Bowling Congress (USBC). She won the 2012 USBC Queens bowling tournament.

Biography[edit]

Diandra lives in Chicago, IL, with her husband, John, son Madden and daughter Jersey. She graduated from the University of Nebraska with a bachelor's degree in journalism. Diandra owns two PBA Women’s Series titles, a USBC Queens title, and over 60 international medals.[1]

Accomplishments[edit]

International[edit]

  • 2012 Australian Masters champion[2]
  • Bowling World Cup champion 2006 AMF World Cup
  • 2004 and 2007 World Ranking Masters champion
  • Silver medal at 2004 WTBA World Tenpin Team Cup
  • Gold, bronze and two silver medals at 2003 FIQ World Championships
  • Bronze medal at 2003 FIQ World Tenpin Team Cup
  • Four gold medals and one bronze at 2002 Tournament of the Americas
  • 4th at 2002 British Open
  • 4th at 2002 World Ranking Masters
  • Four gold medals and one silver at 2001 Tournament of the Americas
  • 2001 Junior World Team Challenge champion
  • Gold medal at 2000 FIQ World Tenpin Team Cup
  • One gold medal, two silver and one bronze at 2000 Junior World Championships
  • Four gold medals at 1999 Tournament of the Americas
  • Two gold medals at 1997 FIQ American Zone Youth Championships

National[edit]

  • Winner at 2012 USBC Queens
  • 7th at 2005 USA Bowling National Amateur Championships
  • 10th at 2004 USA Bowling National Amateur Championships
  • 8th at 2003 USA Bowling National Amateur Championships
  • 5th at 2001 USA Bowling National Amateur Championships
  • 7th at 2000 USA Bowling National Amateur Championships
  • 1999 and 2006 U.S. Amateur champion
  • 7th at 1998 USA Bowling National Amateur Championships
  • 2nd at 2000 USA Junior Gold Bowling National Championships
  • 6th at 2001 USA Junior Gold Bowling National Championships
  • Member of 1999 and 2001 Intercollegiate Bowling Championships winner (Nebraska)

State/Local[edit]

1998 Indiana Junior Queens champion (Muncie, Indiana)

1998 Indiana State Female Youth Bowler of the Year

Professional[edit]

In the media[edit]

Diandra was the laneside reporter for ESPN's broadcasts of the PBA Team Challenge in July, 2008.

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Our Athletes". Storm Bowling Company. Retrieved 9 February 2012. 
  2. ^ Vint, Bill. "Belmonte Rallies to Defeat Rash for AMF Australian Masters Title." Article at www.pba.com on October 27, 2012. [1]