Megan Lueck enters her first season with Florida State Women’s Basketball as the team’s video coordinator. Her duties will include overseeing all scouting and practice video that are essential to gameday and practice preparation.
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.