|Diane Flick is a member of the USA Volleyball Coaching Accreditation Program Coaching Cadre and was inducted in the USA Volleyball Puget Sound Region Hall of Fame in 2011. Image Courtesy of wwuvikings.com|
The Sound Premier Volleyball Team announced today that Western Washington University Head Coach Diane Flick will join their coaching staff as an assistant to Head Coach Bill Neville for the 2013 season. Flick is the winningest coach in WWU history and served as an assistant to Neville at the University of Washington for four seasons. Flick joins Western Oregon University Head Coach Brad Saindon in assisting the team through their 2013 Premier Volleyball League Campaign.
During her 13 seasons as Head at WWU Flick has averaged more than 20 wins per season, been selected as the Great Northwest Athletic Conference Coach of the Year six times and led her team to the NCAA Division 2 National Championship Match in 2007. She played collegiately at the University of Washington and graduated from Mountain View High School in Vancouver, Washington.
“Diane Flick is one of the best coaching talents in the Puget Sound Region,” said USA Volleyball Puget Sound Region Commissioner John Bryant.
“It’s a great thing for the Puget Sound Region to have Diane working with our efforts to establish a professional program in the area,” he continued.
The Sound Premier Volleyball Team tryouts will take place on February 3 at Nevillisms in Bellevue, Washington. The team’s first exhibition match will be February 22 at Sunrise Courts in Puyallup.