Diana Loomis enters her 16th season as Director of Operations for K-State Volleyball and Tennis. In her role, Loomis is responsible for all areas of operation of the program including managing the budget and financial issues, coordinating all team travel, overseeing projects and special events, organizing Wildcat Volleyball Camps and managing day-to-day administrative issues. Prior to K-State Athletics, Loomis spent nine years as an Office Supervisor and Office Manager in the Department of Animal Sciences & Industry.
"Diana is an integral part of our day-to-day operations. She takes care of everything, and allows our coaches to spend their time on volleyball," Fritz said. "She has been my right hand for several years and has tremendous management skills and loyalty to me and to K-State volleyball. She is an invaluable member of our staff and an important part of our success."
In addition to her responsibilities with K-State Athletics, she serves as the Vice President for the U.S. Twirling Association. Loomis, who has served on the board of directors since 2008, is a Master Level Judge for both national and international competitions.
A native of Clay Center, KS, Loomis is a graduate of Clay Center Community High School and attended Emporia State and Kansas State before graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Management & Ethics from Manhattan Christian College in 2003. She resides in Manhattan with her two sons Ryan and Kyle.