Diane Flick, a former standout Husky volleyball player, continues on the UW staff for her fourth season as an assistant coach. This season, Flick will take over as the Huskies' recruiting coordinator. She's also in charge of deploying the defensive and serve receive schemes and heads the scouting and video efforts.
In 1994, Flick co-founded a juniors club and coaches the 18-year old first team. In 1997 and 1998, her team won the Evergreen Regionals after only three years of the club's existence.
Flick earned four varsity letters at Washington between 1989 and 1992. She was the Husky captain during the 1991 and 1992 seasons and finished her career with 2,624 assists, still third most in UW history. Her 893 career digs still rank her fourth on the Washington career list.
Flick was the first inductee into her high school's Hall of Fame, thanks to her exploits in volleyball and softball.
Diane graduated from the UW in 1993 with a degree in speech communications.