|Hometown:||Lake Forest Park, Wash.|
|High School:||Shorecrest HS '06|
2009: After spending her first two years on the Eastern Washington campus without taking part in the soccer program, Dimak joined the club in 2009. Despite her time off, Dimak made an immediate impact on the squad, as she was named to the All-Big Sky honorable mention team. She started all 16 games in which she played in 2009, tallying 1,128:39 minutes between the pipes. She finished the season with 62 total saves and four shutouts. Her four shutouts tie for second on EWU’s all-time single season records list and fourth for a career. Of Dimak’s 62 saves in 2009, perhaps none other was more impressive than the penalty kick save against Weber State that gave Eastern its first-ever victory over the Wildcats in Ogden, Utah. Dimak dove to her right on a crisp shot by WSU’s Jessica Baddley, shoving the ball just wide of the post to solidify the 1-0 victory for the Eagles. Dimak matched her season-high 10 saves in that contest and was named the Big Sky Conference Player of the Week for her efforts in Ogden. She also recorded double-digit saves (10) against Gonzaga (Sept. 6). Dimak earned her second BSC Defensive Player of the Week nod after stopping both of Montana’s shots on goal in the final regular-season BSC game, which helped clinch a tournament berth for the Eagles.
High School: She finished her Shorecrest High School career in the fall of 2005 with first team All-WesCo South honors. Dimak also earned honorable mention All-State accolades at the 3A level following her senior campaign. She also played for the Emerald City Football Club (ECFC) for three years and helped the U-17 team reach the state quarterfinals.
Personal: Daughter of Brian and Mary Dimak. Majoring in exercise science.