Coach Mathieson will be entering his 12th year as head coach and 13th year as Athletic Director for MVHS. Previously he was the Athletic Director at Meridian High School in Bellingham, Washington (2006), and he spent two years coaching quarterbacks as an assistant football coach at Western Washington University (2004-2006); he also served as the teams Academic Coordinator. Coach Mathieson was the Head coach at Ferndale High School in 2003, directing the Golden Eagles to a 9-2 record, a Northwest League title and a quarterfinal round appearance in the Class 3A State Playoffs. The team received the John R. Trotto Team Sportsmanship Award and Adam was named Washington State Football Coaches Association District 1 and Northwest League Coach of the Year. Prior to being named Head Coach at Ferndale, he was an assistant coach at FHS for four years. He also assisted in track and field for four seasons at Ferndale and spent one year as an assistant at Squalicum High School in Bellingham. Overall, Coach Mathieson, the winningest coach in Mtn. View history, has been a Head Football coach for 12 seasons, compiling an 85-41 overall record (51-15 League Record), five league championships, nine post season berths, three top 5 state finishes, 7 coach of the year awards, including the prestigious 2015 United States Marine Corps and Glazier Football Clinics Semper Fi Coaches award, and two separate team sportsmanship awards. He completed his Masters degree in education (guidance and counseling) from City University in 2004; received bachelor's degree in history from Western Washington University in 1999 and obtained teaching certificate in 2000. The former high school quarterback was also a three year letter winner in the Viking football program as a defensive back (1994-1997). He is married to the former Jenny Erickson and they have 3 children, Avery (12), Aylia (9) and Grayson (4).
2018: GSHL 3A Coach of the Year; Cascadia Preps 3A State Coach of the Year
2017: GSHL 3A Coach of the Year; WSSAAA District IV State Athletic Director of the Year
2016: GSHL 3A Coach of the Year; WSFCA District IV State Coach of the Year
2015: United States Marine Corps and Glazier Football Clinics Semper Fi Coach of the Year Award
2013: GSHL 3A Coach of the Year
2011: SW Washington National Football Foundation Gary Boggs Coach of the Year Award
2003: NWC Coach of the Year; WSFCA District I State Coach of the Year