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Andy Mattingly
Andy Mattingly


Spokane, Wash.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-4 / 255




SENIOR (2009):
Earned a varsity letter after appearing in all 12 of WSU's games...registered 70 tackles (45 solo), the third most on the team...made four tackles for loss...intercepted one pass, broke up two passes, and hurried the quarterback once...forced and recovered two fumbles on the season...had season-best 11 tackles against Arizona...recorded eight tackles (one for loss), and forced and recovered a fumble against Notre Dame...interception came against Arizona State, where he also made six tackles...named to the Phil Steel Preseason All-Pacific 10 Conference Fourth Team.
JUNIOR (2008): Earned a varsity letter after appearing in 11 of WSU's 13 games...made three starts...played both defensive end and outside linebacker...registered 44 tackles on the season (21 solo), ranking seventh on the team...four tackles-for-loss and one sack...also forced a fumble and recorded one interception...posted a season-high 11 tackles at Oregon State...also had six tackles against USC and at Hawaii...lone sack of the season came against Portland State.
SOPHOMORE (2007): Earned a varsity letter after playing in each of WSU's 12 games...started seven games...received his first career start against Arizona State at the will linebacker position and started the remainder of the season at defensive end in the Cougars' 3-4 alignment...named All-Pacific-10 Conference honorable mention...garnered and Phil Steele All-Pac-10 Second Team accolades...received WSU's Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week nomination for his performances against Arizona State and Washington...was the Cougars' second-leading tackler with 91 stops on the season (43 solo)...led the Cougars in both tackles-for-loss (11.0) and sacks (eight)...intercepted his first career pass against Washington in the Apple Cup...also had four pass break-ups, four forced fumbles and a fumble recovery...ranked tied for seventh in the conference and tied for 32nd nationally in sacks (0.67 per game)...ranked 14th in the Pac-10 in tackles...also finished tied for 17th in the conference in tackles-for-loss (0.92 per game)...recorded a career-high 13 tackles in back-to-back weeks against Arizona State and Oregon...also racked up double-digit tackles against California (11) and Stanford (10)...five TFLs against Arizona State tied what was then a school record...mark currently ranks second on the all-time single-game list...the 31 yards lost on the TFLs against the Sun Devils rank fifth in a single-game all-time at WSU...four sacks against ASU rank tied for second on the all-time single-game list...the 29 yards lost on the sacks against ASU ranks eighth all-time on the WSU single-game list...followed the performance with four TFLs against Oregon, tied for seventh-most all-time in a single game...the 28 yards lost on the TFLs against the Ducks rank tied for ninth all-time in a single game...forced two fumbles against Oregon and one each against UCLA and Washington...had three pass break-ups against Washington.
FRESHMAN (2006): Earned a varsity letter after playing in 11 of WSU's 12 games...missed the Oregon State game with a concussion suffered against USC...received the team's weekly Gamebreaker Award following his performance against Idaho...registered nine tackles on the season (three solo)...had a season-high four tackles against Arizona State...recovered a fumble against Baylor...saw action at linebacker but primarily contributed on WSU's punt return, kickoff return and kickoff special teams units.

Earned three varsity letters each in football, basketball and baseball...captained Sean Carty's football team and the baseball team senior year...three-year starter as a defensive back and two years as a receiver...JUNIOR year named first-team All-Greater Spokane League and team's defensive player of the year...recorded 90 tackles with two interceptions as team posted a 5-5 record...grabbed 30 catches for 401 yards and four scores as a wide a SENIOR repeated as All-GSL First Team selection...first-team all-state...finished career with 231 tackles (161 solo) and nine interceptions...all three totals rank second all-time at Mead...offensively had 41 receptions for 631 yards and six touchdowns...PrepStar All-American...named to Seattle Times Blue Chip list and All-State Team, Tacoma News Tribune "Western 100" and "Northwest Nugget", Associated Press and Washington Preps All-State Teams...ranked by as the 16th-best safety in the finished 12-1.

Andrew John Mattingly...born in Bozeman, Mont...parents Sam and Carolyn of nine children...two brothers Chris and Dan...six sisters Kelley, Thresea, Sarcha, Joey, Laura and Anna...likes to fish...criminal justice major.

2006	11/0	10	3	7	0/0	0/0	0/0
2007	12/7	91	43	48	11.0/-73	8.0/-62	1/1
2008	11/3	44	21	23	4.0/-10	1.0/-6	1/0
CAREER	34/10	145	67	78	15.0/-83	9.0/-68	2/1

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