Prior to arriving in Tallahassee, Lueck spent the 2015-16 season as the video coordinator for Vanderbilt’s women’s basketball team. Just like her duties with FSU, Lueck was part of a group that spent numerous hours cutting, editing and breaking down film for the benefit of the coaches and student-athletes in preparing for each and every opponent.
Lueck has proven to be a multi-faceted member of a women’s basketball program. She spent 1 ½ seasons at Mercer University as a graduate assistant and had a variety of roles. In addition to managing all film and video operations, she also directed basketball camps, assisted with in-office recruiting, oversaw the team managers and helped with the team marketing and social media efforts.
Lueck co-founded The Coaching Assist in her time at Mercer. The connective resource tool bridges a gap between aspiring coaches and current coaches through engaging interviews that offer advice and guidance into pursuing the profession.
She spent her playing career with Minnesota Duluth from 2010-14, emerging as a four-year letterwinner for the Bulldogs. Lueck was a team captain for her alma mater and a three-time NSIC All-Academic Team member.
While at Minnesota Duluth, Lueck graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Secondary Education. She received her Master’s Degree in Educational Leadership from Mercer.
Lueck is a native of Winona, Minn., having starred at Winona High School where she is the program’s all-time leading scorer. She set nine individual school records in her high school career, being named a three-time All-Big 9 selection.