A senior infielder on Suffolk University’s baseball team, he earned first-team Great Northeast Athletic Conference honors after batting .403 with a .512 on-base percentage and 31 RBIs for the 33-11 NCAA Division 3 tourney-bound Rams.
In 12 starts for the 45-6 Franklin Pierce baseball tgeam, the Malden Catholic graduate has compiled a 10-0 record with a 1.49 ERA, striking out 68 in 78.1 innings. The 6-foot-2 sophomore righthander was a first-team Northeast-10 pick.
A junior midfielder on the women’s lacrosse team at Skidmore College, she was named a first-team all-Liberty League for the third straight season after pacing the 10-8 Thoroughbreds in goals (57), points (70), and shots (93). A regional first-team Division 3 All-American, Phillips has 151 career goals, four shy of the school record.
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