Bill Mattingly was named men's and women's golf coach at Butler University in 2007. Since coming to Butler, Mattingly has helped the Butler golf programs win 36 tournaments, including four conference tournament titles. The women's golf program has won 26 events and has made three trips to the NCAA regional.
In 2012-13, Mattingly guided Butler's women's squad to a championship in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC), the Bulldogs' first year in the conference. Butler earned a third consecutive trip to the NCAA Regional.
The 2011-12 year, Butler's last as a member of the Horizon League, was one of BU's finest campaigns. The women's golf team won five tournaments, including three in a row at during one stretch. The Butler women then advanced to the NCAA Regional for the second time in school history. BU's men's squad won two events and finished second in another.
In 2010-11, Mattingly guided Butler's women's golf team to its first Horizon League championship and its first appearance in the NCAA Division I Women's Golf Championship. He was named Horizon League Women's Golf Coach of the Year that season.
During his tenure, Mattingly has had a golfer (Michele Nash) named Horizon League Player of the Year twice and BIG EAST Player of the Year (Jenna Peters) once. He's coached Butler's Most Outstanding Female Athlete four times.
Mattingly's student-athletes also thrive in the classroom. Fourteen Bulldogs have earned Golf Coaches Association of America All-Scholar recognition. The Butler men's golf squad had the department's highest team GPA in both semesters of the 2009-10 school year.
Mattingly, a life member of the Indiana Professional Golfers Association, coached at local high school powerhouse Cathedral for 18 years. He guided Cathedral teams to 32 invitational titles and six state championship appearances. He was named Ball State Alumni Coach of the Year for both boys and girls golf in 2006.
Mattingly, a varsity golf letterwinner at Ball State (1971-72), has been actively involved in golf in the Indianapolis area for more than three decades. He served as head professional at Thatcher Golf Course in Indianapolis from 1981 to 1984 and at South Grove Golf Course from 1985 to 1992. He was owner of Supreme Golf and Driving Range in Carmel from 1993 to 2003.
An accomplished player, the Butler head coach won the Indiana Assistant's Championship in 1979, and he was Indiana PGA Champion in 1983. He's an eight-time qualifier for the National Club Professional Championship.
Mattingly earned a B. S. degree in marketing from Ball State in 1976. He and his wife, Maureen Sullivan, have four sons, William, Daniel, Charles and Peter.