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Brooke Mattingly
Brooke Mattingly

Graduate Student

St. Henry, Ohio

High School:
St. Henry


Middle Blocker


Mattingly Earns AVCA Regional Honors

Mattingly named to All-Northeast


Volleyball Bows Out of NCAA

Seniors shine in finale


Volleyball Wins Three Major AAC Awards; Places Five on First Team

McClendon, Welch and Kordes win


Volleyball Sweeps Cincinnati; Moves to 16-0 in AAC

Cards shine on senior night


Volleyball Sweeps UCF to go 14-0 in AAC

Cards led by senior one-two punch of Mattingly and Juhl



Louisville Volleyball v Connecticut



Louisville Volleyball v Cincinnati



Louisville Volleyball v SMU



Louisville Volleyball v Houston



Louisville Volleyball v UCF

2012: Brooke made the USA Volleyball A2 team and helped lead her team to the gold medal in Dallas this past summer. She was named to the All-BIG EAST Second Team as well as to the Cardinal Classic and Louisville Invitational All-Tournament Teams. Fourth on the team with 209 kills (1.73/set), she was hird on the team with 85blocks (0.70/set) . She was also second on the team with a .337 hitting percentage amongst Cardinals with at least 100 swings. Posting a season high of 12 kills versus rival Notre Dame, she had posted a career high two solo blocks against Belmont and had six block assists against Syracuse, also a season high. Brooke graduated in May with a degree in art education and is currently enrolled in U of L's graduate program.

2011: Brooke earned a starting role with the Cardinals and started and played in every set in every match. She was named to the All-Tournament Team for the Crowne Plaza Cardinal Classic. Fifth on team with a .259 hitting percentage, she was third on the team with 240 kills (2.03/set). She was second on the team with 87 blocks (0.74/set). Season highlights included her performance at Georgia Tech, where she notched 12 kills, while hitting .455. Against Eastern Illinois, she set a career-high with six blocks and also had five kills on eight swings. As BIG EAST play unfolded, against West Virginia she finished with 10 kills added six blocks and had another 10 kills against Pittsburgh. Against Syracuse, she notched 14 kills while hitting .393 before she had set a new career-high with 15 kills while hitting .571 against Pittsburgh. Against Ball State, she contributed with four kills and two blocks and eight kills against Purdue in the NCAAs.

2010: Brooke played in three sets at Wright State, finishing with a kill, a service ace, and three digs. She recorded a kill and a block assist against #5 Illinois. She set a career-high with two aces against Rutgers. Earning the start at middle against Seton Hall, she recorded one kill and two block assists. She appeared against Connecticut and had one kill and one total block and also appeared against St. John's. She recorded four kills against Georgetown. With one kill against USF, she also notched three kills in three attempts to go along with two blocks at Syracuse.

2009: Brooke used a redshirt in 2009.

High School: Brooke Mattingly played for St. Henry High School for Lori Schwieterman and for Grand Lake Club where she was coached by Jeff Marbaugh. She helped lead St. Henry High School to the regional final as a senior in a Cinderella finish after starting the season 2-10. She earned first team All-Conference, First Team All-District 8 and was named to the District 8 All-Star match. She earned Second Team All-State kudos and played in the State All-Star match while earning All-Conference Academic honors. As a junior, Brooke was All-Conference Academic and honorable mention all-conference. Later that year, in club ball, she helped Grand Lake make it to the regionals.

Personal: She is the daughter of Robert and Mary Mattingly. Born December 10, 1990. Her major is art education.

Favorites: Athlete: LeBron James
Movies: The Guardian, Elf, Sweeney Todd
TV Shows: Rob and Big, Jon and Kate Plus 8
Musical groups: The Script, Kanye West
Food: Panera
Class: drawing
Book: Oh, the Places You'll Go
Team: Cleveland Cavaliers
Person she'd most like to meet: Will Ferrell
If she could have dinner with three people it would be: LeBron James, Ryan Reynolds, Teddy Roosevelt
Her advice for athletes: Champions are not born, they are made
She chose U of L because: She liked the great academics and athletics.

Career Highs
Kills: 15, vs Pittsburgh, Nov. 18, 2011
Attacks: 34, at Villanova, Nov. 11, 2011
Attack pct:  .571, vs Pittsburgh, Nov. 18, 2011 (15-3-21)
Assists: 1, 6 times
Serve aces: 2, Rutgers, Sep. 25, 2010
Digs: 4, on four occasions
Blocks: 6, on five occasions
Block solo: 2 vs. Belmont (Nov. 23, 2012)
Block assist: 6, WVU, Oct. 22, 2011 ; Eastern Illinois, Sep. 03, 2011; vs. Syracuse Oct. 19,2012

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