2013 (Junior) Led the team in blocking for the second year in a row in the 29 matches she participated in ... competed in 106 sets and started 24 matches ... finished the season with 113.0 blocks and 1.07 blocks per set, which was good for No. 10 in the Big 12 ... notched her season-high and tied her career-high in blocks when she put up 10.0 at UIC on Sept. 5 ... led the team in blocking 14 times recorded 5.0 blocks 11 times ... led the team in kills once ... put down a season-high nine kills twice in the five-set match against Iowa State, she had nine kills and no errors for a .474 hitting percentage ... also dug up a season-high five digs in the match against the Cyclones ... had a season-high hitting percentage of .500 at Baylor after recording five kills and no errors on 10 attempts ... served up 15 total service aces for the season ... recorded 52 digs ... finished the season with 200.0 points ... went 8-0-16 against George Mason, to go along with five total blocks and a service ace for a season-high point total of 13.0 ... named to the Spartan Spiketacular All-Tournament Team after recording 13 kills and only one error, along with 10.0 blocks in only two matches of the tournament.
2012 (Sophomore) Established herself as TCU's main blocker at the net, appearing in 29 matches and starting 24 ... closed the year ranked fifth in the Big 12 at 1.21 blocks per set ... that figure is the third-best mark all-time for a single season at TCU ... led the Frogs in blocks 19 times during the season and had more than one block in 27 matches ... had three matches in double-digits for kills ... set her first career high of the season with eight blocks in the season opener against Northern Colorado and helped the Frogs score seven-straight points on her serve ... racked up seven kills against Belmont and SMU ... set her career high in kills (12) and attacks (26) against Iona on Sept. 8 ... turned in one of the strongest performances of her career against No. 3 USC with 11 kills and seven blocks ... set a career high with 10 blocks against Prairie View A&M, tying a TCU record for most blocks in a three-set match ... named to the All-Tournament Team of the TCU Molten Invitational after notching 24 kills and 22 blocks on the weekend ... had career highs of eight digs and three assists at West Virginia, while picking up five kills ... put down eight kills on a game-high 23 attacks against Texas Tech ... posted a game-high five blocks at Texas to go along with four kills ... had eight kills on 20 attacks against Oklahoma ... had nine kills and six digs against Kansas State, while racking up a .692 attack percentage ... led the Frogs in blocks at Baylor with eight to go along with six kills and five digs while setting a career high with three aces ... totaled 10 kills on 19 total attacks at Kansas, as well as six blocks ... had six digs and six blocks against Iowa State ... led the team with nine kills and three blocks against Texas ... put down nine kills on 17 swings at Texas Tech ... had a strong close to the season with seven kills on 11 attacks to go along with three blocks against West Virginia.
2011 (Freshman) Played in 23 matches and made one start... lone start of the season came on Sept. 9 against Loyola... totaled 31 kills in 44 sets played... posted an attack percentage of .321, committing just six attack errors in 78 swings... also racked up 21 blocks (two solo, 19 assists)... led TCU in kills on one occasion (vs. Grambling State on Aug. 27)... also paced the team five times in blocks... set her career highs in kills (6) and blocks (4) in her collegiate debut against Grambling State... also served up her lone ace of the season against the Tigers... had three kills on seven swings against Loyola... had an outstanding outing against UNLV on Oct. 8... recorded three kills, two blocks and a career-high nine digs... collected a pair of blocks in matches at Colorado State (Oct. 15) and at San Diego State (Nov. 5).
High School Was a four-year star at Edmond Memorial High School... helped lead her team to a back-to-back Oklahoma 6A State Championships as a junior and senior... following both championships, Burleson was tabbed as an all-state performer... has also excelled at the club level... helped team placed third at the Junior Olympics in 2009... earned All-American honors and was named to the Junior Olympic all-tournament team... was also a member of the 2009 Oklahoma Region High Performance championship squad.
Personal Full name is Mattie Anne Burleson ... daughter of Doug and Amy Burleson ... has two sisters, Lily and Gracie ... majoring in communications ... hobbies include reading, scary movies, playing and watching all sports, listening to music and dancing.