Mattera is in her third season as the head coach of the Cornerstone women’s basketball program. During her first season she helped lead the Golden Eagles to a 19-12 overall record while being ranked number seven in NAIA Division II in Defensive Rebounds per Game (30.226). Prior to her debut as Cornerstone’s coach, Mattera had an eight-year career in professional basketball, including five years in the WNBA.
After graduating from Grand Rapids Baptist Academy (now Northpointe Christian High School), Katie Feenstra starred at Liberty University for four years - earning All-American honors and setting school records for blocks and field goal percentage. She led the Flames to the Sweet Sixteen of the 2005 NCAA Women's Basketball tournament before being selected in the first round of the the 2005 WNBA draft. She made the WNBA All-Rookie team and played with four WNBA teams including the Detroit Shock in 2007. Most recently, she completed her pro career in China..
Feenstra is married to Todd Mattera and they have a son Liam born in April, 2014.
Katie Feenstra's collegiate and professional playing record
- 2011-12 : playing with Zhejiang (China Pro League)
- 2010-11 : played with Henan Yuguang (China Pro League)
- 2009-10 : played with Henan Yuguang (China Pro League)
- 2009 : played with San Antonio (WNBA)
- 2008 : played with Atlanta (WNBA) - Stats : 14 mpg + 3.9 rpg + 6.7 ppg
- 2007 : played with Detroit (WNBA) - Stats : 13.1 mpg + 4.9 rpg + 5.2 ppg
- 2006 : played with San Antonio (WNBA) - Stats : 18.7 mpg + 6.2 rpg + 7.8 ppg
- 2005 : played with San Antonio (WNBA) - Stats : 19.8 mpg + 5.2 rpg + 8.8 ppg
Liberty University (2005)
Stats : 17.8 ppg + 10.5 rpg + 25.8 mpg
AP All-American Honorable Mention (2004)
Kodak/WBCA All-America Region II Team (2004)
Big South Women's Athlete of the Year (2004)
Big South Player of the Year (2005, 2004, 2003)
All-Big South First Team (2005, 2004, 2003)
Big South All-Rookie Team (2002)
Big South Tournament MVP (2004)
Big South All-Tournament Team (2004, 2003, 2002)
All-time Liberty and Big South leader in career blocks (246) and field goal percentage (.624)