Diane Miller is in her seventh season as an assistant coach with Colorado State's softball team.
Diane's contributions to the emergence of Colorado State's softball program on a national level include not only on-field coaching duties but many administrative duties as well.
Miller works as the team's hitting coach, as well as spending time helping with the Rams' catchers.
Administratively, Diane is Colorado State's recruiting coordinator, organizing the staff's efforts to attract student-athletes to Colorado State. She also works as the director of the Rams' softball camps.
Miller was a three-time All-American catcher at Missouri Southern State College and led her team to a national championship in 1992. In the fall of 2002, Diane was inducted into the Missouri Southern State College Hall of Fame along with every member of the championship team. In November, 2003 she was inducted into the Missouri Southern State University Hall of Fame as an individual athlete.
Diane earned her undergraduate degree from Missouri Southern, and later received her master's degree from the University of Nebraska-Omaha, where she served as the assistant softball coach under current Rams head coach Mary Yori, from 1993-95.