|High School:||Chelan HS|
2014 Sand Season
After beginning the season by going 0-6 with Kendall LaVine at No. 5, Dietrich went 3-3 over the final six matches of the season with Lexie Skalbeck at No. 5…that included victories against Cal Poly, Cal and San Jose State…the wins over Cal and Cal Poly came on the same day, including a 9-21, 21-13, 15-7 victory against the Bears, and 21-18, 6-21, 19-17 vs. the Mustangs.
2013 Indoor Season
Appeared in 29 matches, including 25 starts as a true freshman…started 19 of the final 20 matches of the season…finished the season with 1.40 kills, 0.40 digs and 0.80 blocks per set while hitting .247…posted season highs in both kills (10) and blocks (8) while hitting .444 in a home victory over Portland State…hit a season-best .538 with nine kills in a home win against Weber State…also had eight kills, seven blocks and a .312 hitting percentage at home vs. Eastern Washington…named the Big Sky Conference Player of the Week on Oct. 28 after helping the team to home wins over Portland State and Eastern Washington…became the first Hornet freshman to garner Big Sky Player of the Week honors since 2010, and just the second Hornet freshman in the last 13 years…hit better than .300 on 14 occasions.
A 2013 graduate of Chelan High School in Chelan, Wash…a three-sport star, she was a four-year varsity starter for the Mountain Goats in volleyball, basketball and softball…in volleyball, she helped lead Chelan to four consecutive 1A Caribou Trail League championships (2009-12), three straight district titles (2009-11) and a state championship in 2010…a first team all-state selection and the league player of the year during both her junior and senior seasons…nominated as the 2012 North Central Washington Female Athlete of the Year…in 2010, she was a first team all-conference selection and named the team’s most improved player…also received all-league honors in both basketball and softball during her junior season with those sports.
A child development major…parents are Darrin and Shari…played club ball for Columbia Juniors of Kennewick, Wash.