Personal: Born March 24, 1987, in Norfolk, Va....Daughter of Anne Ray and Donald DiScioscia...Majoring in Human Ecology-Child Development...Future plans include bowling professionally as well as attending graduate school...Hobbies outside of bowling include singing...Favorite movies are "Love & Basketball" and "Daddy's Little Girls."
High School/Club: Bowled in the Peninsula High School League and Sparetimes Youth League...High average for girls 2002-06...Four-time Peninsula All-Star Selection...Named 2005 Female Youth Bowler of the Year...Two-time gold medal finalist in Virginia Commonwealth games...Guided club team to first place finish at the 2000 City Tournament and a second place finish at the 2005 Virginia State High School League Tournament...Personal bests include, game (300), series (692), and average (205).
2005-2006: Saw limited action, appearing in just eight games...Tallied 1,354 pins and finished with a 166.5 average, including a season-high game and tournament series average of 188 and 177.5, respectively, at the MEAC North Round-Up.
2006-2007: Named the team's Most Improved Player...Totaled 2,542 pins in 13 games and finished with a 195.54 average, including a career-high game of 236 in the FDU Holiday Classic...Had a career-high tournament series average of 216.5 at the MEAC Championships.
2007-2008: Bowled 42 games and totaled 8,075 pins with a 192.26 average...Had a career-high game of 258 on Jan. 26 at the Bowie State Invitational...won first-ever MEAC Bowler of the Week award on Nov. 21.