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Duncan Phillips
Position: Middle Distance
Height: 6'0"
Year: Senior
Hometown: College Station, Texas
High School: A&M Consolidated HS
Experience: 3 Letters
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Duncan Phillips
Courtesy: Arkansas
Release: 09/10/2005

FIVE-TIME ALL-AMERICAN
2009 SEC CHAMPION
2009 AND 2011 ALL-SEC
2008 SEC ALL-FRESHMAN TEAM
WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS QUALIFIER
USA JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS QUALIFIER
NATIONAL QUALIFIER
REGIONAL QUALIFIER
SEC SPRING ACADEMIC HONOR ROLL
USTFCCCA ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

2011: Indoor: Phillips opened the season with a runner-up finish in the 600 meters at the Arkansas Invitational. He picked up victories in the 1,000 meters (2:22.30) and distance-medley relay (10:03.37) at the Arkansas-Texas Dual. At the Razorback Invitational, Phillips ran the anchor leg of the DMR that clocked a collective time of 9:30.85, an NCAA automatic-qualifying performance. In his only 800-meter race of the indoor season, he ran to a win in 1:48.47 at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational. The following weekend, he posted an NCAA auto time with a personal-best 3:58.82 in the mile at the UW Husky Open. Phillips earned Second-Team All-SEC honors with his runner-up performance in the mile at the SEC Championships. He also helped Arkansas to a third-place finish in the distance-medley relay. At the NCAA Championships, Phillips picked up Second-Team All-America accolades with a 10th-place effort in the mile and 11th-place outing with the distance-medley relay. Outdoor: Phillips won at 3,000 meters during the Texas Triangular to begin his outdoor campaign. At the Texas Relays, he was part of two second-place teams with the 4x800-meter (7:20.20) and sprint-medley relays (3:16.83). Phillips ran to a lifetime best 3:39.87 and a fourth-place finish at 1,500 meters during the Mt. SAC Relays. His performance marked a near-five second improvement over his previous best. At Penn Relays, Phillips was part of three top-four relay marks including second-place finishes with the 4xMile and distance-medley relays while the 4x800-meter relay crossed in fourth place. To begin the championship season, Phillips collected runner-up finishes in the 800 meters (1:50.61) and 1,500 meters (3:49.09) to add 16 points to Arkansas' SEC-title team total. His performance at the conference meet earned him Second-Team All-SEC honors. He went on to compete at the NCAA West Preliminary where he finished seventh in 3:44.84 at 1,500 meters to earn a berth into the national meet. At the NCAA Championships, Phillips closed out the year with a 17th-place finish in the semifinal round of the 1,500 meters. In addition to his credentials on the track, he was recognized for his work in classroom with selections to the SEC Spring Academic Honor Roll and USTFCCCA All-Academic Team.

2010: Indoor: Phillips redshirted during the indoor season. Outdoor: He returned to the track with a 10th-place showing in the 1,500 meters at the Stanford Invitational. At Texas Relays, he ran second leg for the second-place 4x800-meter relay team that finished the race in a time of 7:30.49. He was eighth at the Arkansas-Texas dual meet in the 1,500 meters. At the SEC Championships, he advanced with an eighth-place finish in the prelims. In the finals, Phillips crossed in sixth place in a time of 3:52.32 to score points for the team.

2009: Indoor: Phillips anchored the distance medley relay to a win and an NCAA provisional-qualifying time of 9:44.66 at the Razorback Invitational. He ran a personal-best and provisional-qualifying 800-meter time of 1:49.92 at the Tyson Invitational. At the SEC Championships, Phillips earned a runner-up finish in the mile (4:01.30) and anchored the DMR to victory (9:47.31). He earned two All-SEC honors for his efforts and won his first SEC title. He punched his ticket to the NCAA Championships with a personal-best mile time of 4:00.02 at the Arkansas Last Chance. Earning an at-large bid to the NCAA Championships in the mile, he also ran the lead leg of the DMR. Running three races in two days, he clocked a mile prelim time of 4:02.84 and a final time of 4:08.73 to finish 11th. The DMR earned a runner-up finish with a time of 9:30.31. The clocking ranks No. 7 on Arkansas' all-time list. He earned All-America honors in both events. Outdoor: He redshirted the season.

2008: Indoor: Phillips had a stellar showing at the New Balance Collegiate Invitational where he finished fifth in the 800 meters with a 1:50.65 and ran the lead leg of the DMR, with a 2:56.4 split, that clocked a provisional-qualifying time of 9:40.64 to finish second. At the Tyson Invitational, he ran the lead leg of the DMR that finished third with a provisional-qualifying time of 9:39.63. He competed in the mile at the SEC Championships and finished eighth with a time of 4:09.62. Outdoor: Phillips clocked a regional-qualifying time of 3:44.59 in the 1,500 meters at the John McDonnell Invitational. He clocked an 800-meter regional-qualifying time of 1:49.65 at the Arkansas Twilight. Deciding to focus on the 1,500 meters, he finished seventh in the event at the SEC Championships with a time of 3:49.08. At the NCAA Mideast Regional Championships, he finished 21st with a time of 4:00.34. He rebounded with a seventh-place finish in the 1,500 meters at the USA Junior National Championships (3:55.35). His finish at USA Juniors qualified him for Team USA at the World Junior Championships in Poland. He finished fifth in his prelim heat with a time of 3:55.80.

AT A&M CONSOLIDATED HS: Phillips was a Texas state champion in the 1,600 meters and in cross country. He held prep bests of 1:50.6 in the 800 meters, 4:09 in the mile and 9:16 in the 3,200 meters. His 800-meter time was the second-best high school time run by a Texan in 2007.

PERSONAL: Born June 7, 1989 he is the son of Kenny Phillips and Lisa Black. He is enrolled in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences and is majoring in history.


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