2018-19: Started all 31 games in her first season as a Roo... Earned selections to the All-WAC First Team, Defensive Team and Newcomer Team for her play in 2018-19.... Garnered a spot on the 2019 WAC Tournament Team in the games against Utah Valley and New Mexico State... Notched the second and third triple doubles ever in UMKC history during the regular season... One of seven players in Division I to record multiple triple doubles (2)... Broke a personal best and UMKC conference tournament record with 37 points in the overtime loss to New Mexico State back on Mar. 15th. Finished in the top five in a single season for points per game (19.8, third all-time), total assists (186, second all-time), total steals (99, fourth all-time), total points (614, third all-time) and free throws made (174, third all-time) in UMKC history... Nominated for two WAC Player of the Week awards during the 2018-19 campaign.... Led the WAC in points (19.8), steals (3.2) and assists per game (6.1) during the 2018-19 year... Logged nine double-doubles during the season... Currently sits fifth all-time in career free throw percentage (.817) in Roos history.... Dished out a career-high 12 assists back on Nov. 29th in the win over Peru State... Recorded a career-high 10 steals in the win over Seattle U back on Feb. 21st. Scored in double figures in 29 of the 31 games this year... Produced 18 games of 20 points or more on the year
2017-18: Started in all 31 games for Butler Community College ... Led the team in scoring at 14.5 points per game on 40.7% field goal shooting and 30.6% three-point shooting ... Added team-bests of 6.3 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 3.8 steals per game on the season ... Led Butler to a 21-10 record and NJCAA Division I Region VI Quarterfinal appearance ... Earned NJCAA Division I Third Team All-American honors.
2016-17: Played in all 31 games, making 30 starts for UT Arlington ... Averaged 26.1 minutes per game, third-most on the team, for the Mavericks as a true freshman ... Averaged 4.9 points, 2.4 rebounds, 2.3 steals (second on team) and a team-leading 3.8 assists per game (117 total assists).
High School: Standout guard for Wichita South High School ... Led team to four consecutive Class 6A State Championships ... 2015-16 All-State selection.
Personal: Daughter of Brian and Samantha Mattingly and Charisse Urban, sister to Melissa, Tara, Lily and Bryson.