Mary Mattson is in her second season as an assistant coach with the University of Michigan women's golf program.
Prior to joining the Michigan staff, Mattson played professionally in Europe for three years, spending time on the Ladies European Tour Access Series (2010-12), the Swedish Nordea Tour (Oct. 2010 to May 2011) and the Ladies European Tour (2012).
Before her professional career, Mattson spent a year at Georgetown as an assistant and then interim head coach during the 2010-11 season, helping the Hoyas to a third place finish at the 2011 Big East Championships.
Mattson had a standout four-year collegiate career at Campbell University and helped the Camels to two NCAA Regional appearances in 2007 and 2010. She is one of just 17 golfers in Atlantic Sun history to be named all-conference four straight seasons as she earned three first team honors (2008, '09, '10) and second team honors (2007).
She was a two-time Atlantic Sun All-Tournament (2009, '10) selection after helping Campbell to the Atlantic Sun title in 2007, runner-up finishes in 2008 and 2009 and a third place finish in 2010. She was also a member of the Atlantic Sun All-Freshman Team (2007), a four-time Atlantic Sun All-Academic (2007, '08, '09, '10) selection and was named Campbell University's Outstanding Female Athlete in 2009-10.
She won three individual tournaments -- Shoot Out at the Legends-Indiana (2006), UNCG Invitational (2010) and the Fighting Camel Classic (2010) during her career and helped Campbell to 10 team titles. She earned her bachelor's degree in communications studies while minoring in Spanish.
A native of Ijamsville, Md., Mattson was a standout scholastic golfer, as well as basketball player, at Urbana High School where she finished as the medalist runner-up in the 2006 Maryland State 3A Championship.
She continues to be an active player of the LPGA Symetra Tour as well as a private golf instructor.
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