Birth Date: April 22, 1982
Birth Place: Armenia, Colombia
Residence: Austin, Texas
Education: Wichita State University, 2006. BA. in International Business
Native Language: Spanish
Years Bowling: 22
Highest Certified Game: 300
Highest Series: 805
- 2nd place at the EBT 3rd Track open. Germany 2012
- 2nd place EBT European masters. 2012
- 1st place European women’s masters 2012, 2011
- 1st place EBT Brunswick Euro challenge. France 2011
- Bronze medal at WTBA women’s world championships 2011. Team event.
- Silver and bronze medals at PABCOM 2010 and 2009. masters event.
- 4th place at the women’s US open 2010.
- South American Games champion 2010.
- Two time world champion at the WTBA women’s world championship 2009. All events and masters. Only woman to ever have won the all events and masters titles at the world championships.
- EBT Vienna open doubles champion 2009
- Bolivarianos games champion 2009
- Exemp player PBA women’s series tour 2007-2008, 2008-2009, 2009-2010
- National Team Colombia appearances (1997- 2006. 2009 - current)
- Junior Team Colombia appearances (1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000)
- Wichita State Bowling Team appearances (2003, 2004, 2005)
- 2nd at Women’s Challenge 2006
- Panama Invitational Tournament Champion 2006
- World-Ranking Masters Champion 2005
- Member of the Collegiate National Champion Team 2005 (Wichita State)
- 1st at the American Zone Ranking 2004
- Colombian National Champion 2002, 2004, 2005
- Bronze medalist in the 2003 World Ranking Masters
- 2nd at the American Zone Ranking 2003
- Silver and Bronze medalist in the 1999 and 2003 FIQ World Championship
- Silver and Bronze medalist in the 1999 and 2003 Pan-American Games
- Gold and Silver medalist in the FIQ American Zone Championship 2001
- Named Best World Amateur Bowler of the Year in 2000
- Silver medalist in the 2000 AMF World Cup.
- Bronze, Silver, and Gold medalist in South and Central American Games.
- 2010 Inducted to the Hall of Fame
- 2009 Bowler of Year Award
- 2009 Colombian Athlete of the Year
- 2008 Colombian National Games Champion
- 2007 Colombian National Runner-up, All Events
- Collegiate 1st Team All-American 2005
- Academic All-American 2003, 2004, 2005
- 2000 World Amateur Player of the Year
- Woman of the Year 2000 in Quindio-Colombia
- Best Athlete of the Year in Quindio- Colombia
- Named The Future Athlete of the Year in Colombia