|Birth||2 April 1958|
Debbie Tisinger-Moore (born April 2, 1958) is an American professional racquetball player. She is an inductee of the USA Racquetball Hall of Fame. She is also a coach and Tournament Director.
Debbie Tisinger-Moore was born in Phoenix, Arizona. She was the Oldest of 7 children. She was High School Volleyball Star and Volleyball Captain College. Debbie started playing racquetball in 1980 after being introduced to the sport by her father at a young age.
Tisinger-Moore starting competing in racquetball during the 1980s.
During her career she was six times named Peggy Steding Athlete of the year. She won 25 U.S. Open Titles, 23 World senior Titles, 21 U.S. National Doubles titles and 12 U.S. National Singles Titles.
By 1995 Tisinger Moore was the director of Racquetball World at Canoga Park in Los Angeles. There she organized professional and amateur tournaments. She continued to play in the masters events, and earned 11 Women's Senior National Titles and 12 National Master Titles. In 1998 she was named US Racquetball Association Athlete of the Year.
By 2006 Tisinger-Moore was coaching racquetball at Simi Valley. In 2013, she was inducted into the USA Racquetball Hall of Fame.
In 2016 Tisinger-Moore was an assistant coach to her daughter Janel Tisinger, who won the Women's Doubles World Championship with Aimee Ruiz.