Former K-State letter winner Tasha Dickey will enter her second season as the K-State women's basketball director of video operations in the 2014-15 season.
Dickey's responsibilities will include: film exchange with opponents, cutting up film clips for the coaching staff and players, assisting the coaching staff in tracking down and editing film of recruits. She will also handle the K-State women's basketball equipment needs.
Dickey originally joined the K-State staff in 2012 as a graduate assistant and in the 2013-14 season she was moved up the ranks to serve as the team's director of video operations.
Dickey, who earned her graduate degree from K-State college student development, finished her playing career by helping K-State to a second round appearance in the 2012 NCAA Tournament which was her only appearance in the postseason as a player.
In her one season with the Wildcats, the product of Sandy, Utah, registered career-highs in numerous statistical categories including: points (9.9 ppg), rebounds (4.1 rpg), steals (53), three-point field goals made and attempted (43-of-151), free throws made and attempted (42-of-58), games played (34), games started (34) and minutes played (901).
Prior to coming to Manhattan, Dickey played four seasons at Arizona (2007-11) and graduated with a degree in religious studies and a minor in African American studies. While playing in Tucson, Dickey was named a 2008 Pac 10 All-Freshman honorable mention selection.
Dickey is the daughter of Charlie and Lisa Dickey. Her father is the offensive line coach for the Kansas State football team.