Diana won the WNBA championship with the Phoenix Mercury, in 2007.
Diana is currently dating local television star Ari Louis.
Diana has a shoe named after her, the Nike Shox DT.
Diana's mother is from Argentina.
Diana's father is a former professional football (soccer) goalkeeper.
Diana was selected to the 2002 NCAA Mideast Region All-Tournament Team in her 2001-2002 season.
Diana was named the 2001 Kodak All-American and AP Second Team All-American in her 2001-2002 season.
Diana was named Big East Preseason Rookie of the Year in her 2000-2001 season.
Diana scored in double figures on 16 occasionsin her 2000-2001 season.
Diana was tied for fourth on the UConn all-time freshmen assists list with 109 on the season, placed fifth in all-time freshmen blocks (29) and was No. 6 in points for a freshman with 361, snagged 39 steals and 106 rebounds in her 2000-2001 season.
Diana led team in free throw percentage (.878), shooting 36-for-41 from the line in her 2000-2001 season.
Diana was selected to the BIG EAST All-Rookie Team in her 2000-2001 season.
Diana was named the 2001 BIG EAST Championship Most Outstanding Player and the first rookie to ever earn the honor in her 2000-2001 season.
Diana was named Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA East Region in her 2000-2001 season.
Diana led all players in the WBCA High School All-America game with seven assists on her way to being named White team MVP.
Diana was named L.A. Times "Our Times" Player of the Year.
Diana was named ESPN's Scholastic Sports America Player of the Year.
Diana was named Rivals.com Female Athlete of the Year.
Diana was named Full Court Press First Team All-American.
Diana was Cal-Hi Magazine Player of the Year for two consecutive seasons.
Diana was named Gatorade's California Player of the Year for two consecutive seasons.
Diana was named Slam Magazine First Team All-American.
Diana was named Two-time Parade Magazine All-American.
Diana is one of five players to have scored more than 3,000 points during her high school career.
Scored 50 or more points on four occasions in her high school career.
Diana was selected to represent the West for the 2005 All-Star game on July 9, 2005 becoming the fifth Mercury player to be selected to the All-Star game.
Diana's Season-Highs: Points – 31 (8/27 at Seattle); Rebounds – 9 (8/5 vs. Houston); Assists – 8 (four times).
Diana was named to the All-WNBA Second Team in 2005.
Diana became the second player in franchise history to score over 1,000 career points in her first two seasons.
Diana became just the fifth player in Mercury history to score over 1,000 career points.
Diana is 6 ft.
Diana helped win a gold medal as a member of the 2000 USA Basketball Women's Junior World Championship Qualifying team.
Diana was selected to represent the United States with the US Women's National Basketball team at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece on May 12, 2004.
Diana broke league records for points in a season (741 vs. Minnesota on August 8) and in a game (47 vs. Houston on August 10).
Diana plays in Europe during the offseason.
Diana is of Italian and Argentinian decent.
Diana won the WNBA Rookie of the Year in 2004.
Diana won the NCAA Basketball Tournament
Most Outstanding Player in 2003 and 2004.
Diana competed in the 2005 All-Star Challenge with Shawn Marion and Dan Majerle.
Diana scored 3,047 career points at Don Lugo High School in Chino, CA.
Diana's major was Sociology at UConn.
Diana won the 2003 & 2004 Naismith College Player of the Year awards.
Diana: That was a back to back right.. back to back.. I was just makin' sure..okay alright I'm good.. I'm happy." - (After UConn wins '03 Championship}
Diana: Playing with guys is funner.
Diana: If there ain't basketball in heaven, then I ain't going.
Diana: A nap, a beer.. I don't know what I need.
Diana: Don't mistake activity for achievement.
Diana: Theres a point in the game where you've got to just bear down and make shots.
Diana: (when invited to the White House)It is an honor to be invited to the White House. I'm glad I can be part of this year's event, celebrating the importance of literacy for young people and adults.
Diana: Up 50 or up 10 or two, we play the same way. The minute you change the way you play, the minute you get worse as a player. You don't get too many games in the Olympics. You have to take advantage of all of them.
Diana: I really don't care about scoring as long as we win, ... That's all that gets us going is winning. It doesn't matter how many points you score. If you have a 'W,' you did your job.