Mike Mattia returns to the Hoyas' coaching staff for his fourth season. He will oversee Georgetown's secondary for the first time after overseeing the tight ends the past two straight campaigns. Mattia will continue to coordinate GU's video distribution as well. Mattia oversaw GU's defensive ends in 2001. He joined the Hoya coaching ranks after spending one season at Ursinus College in Collegeville, Pennsylvania. He was the quarterbacks and receivers coach as well as the video coordinator for the Division III program.
Mattia spent his playing days on the Hilltop, graduating in 2001 with a degree in English. He played wide receiver for Georgetown between 1997-2000. He finished his career with 59 catches for 726 yards and three touchdowns. Mattia also saw time on the special teams, holding kicks and returning punts. He played alongside assistant coach Rob Belli. Mattia was a part of two MAAC Champion teams in his four-year span. In his senior season Mattia was presented with the Jeremiah Minihan Coaches Award, given to the player who made an outstanding contribution to the team.
He currently lives in Washington, DC.