JockBio Vital Stats
  • Phoenix Mercury
• Guard • #3
  • Height: 6' 0 "
• Weight: 172 • Born: 6/11/82
  • Diana scored 3,047 points in her career at Don Lugo High School.
  • Diana was named USA Basketball's Female Athlete of the Month in July of 2001.
  • When Diana led UConn to the national championship in 2003, the Huskies became the first team in history to win the NCAA title without a senior on the roster.
  • In 2004, Diana became just the fourth woman to win the Naisimith Award in back-to-back seasons. The others were Cheryl Miller (1984-86), Dawn Staley (1991-92) and Chamique Holdsclaw (1998-99).
  • Diana was named Most Outstanding Player of the Final Four in her last two college seasons.
  • Diana named to the NCAA's 25th Anniversary Team on Tuesday. Joining her on the squad were Cheryl Miller of the University of Southern California, Bridgette Gordon and Chamique Holdsclaw of the University of Tennessee, and Sheryl Swoopes of Texas Tech University. Pat Summitt was selected as the coach.
  • In her 2004 WNBA debut, Diana banked in a three-quarter court shot at the buzzer to end the first half.
  • Diana goes by the nickname “Dee.”
  • Diana was a Sociology major at UConn.
  • “Above the Rim” is Diana's favorite basketball movie. She also loves “Dazed and Confused."
  • As a kid, Diana was a big fan of the cartoon “Duck Tales.
  • One of Diana’s dreams is to play one-on-one against Magic Johnson.
  • Diana’s favorite cereal is Fruity Pebbles.
  • Diana’s is a big fan of “The Simpsons.” Her favorite character is Homer.





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