At Michigan... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award winner (2007, 2010) ... Michigan's Field Goal Award (2007) ... All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention (media) (2008, 2010) ... Michigan's Top Rebounder Award (2008-10).
Senior (2009-10)... Earned fourth varsity letter ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement Award ...Top Rebounder Award... Played and started in all 35 games... Became U-M's 20th 1,000 point scorer with 16 points against Purdue (Feb. 28)... Concludes her career with 1090 career points, which ranks No. 18 on U-M's all-time scoring list.... Ends her U-M career with 707 rebounds which ranks No. 9 all-time at U-M... Phillips is one of 16 players to be ranked in the Top 25 in both scoring and rebounding... Set a new career-high with 22 points in U-M's win over Toledo (March 21) in the Women's National Invitation Tournament...Her 22 points is the third most points scored by a Wolverine in WNIT action... Tied her career-high with 13 rebounds on two occasions... posted double-figure rebounds a team-best seven times on the season... Ranks second place all-time on Michigan's blocked shots list with 176....Set a new career-high in assists with five helpers against Syracuse (March 28) in the quarterfinals of the WNIT... Led the team in double-doubles with three on the season... Scored in double figures in 20 games, including five of Michigan's last eight games of the season... Concluded the Big Ten season ranked No. 10 in field goal percentage .433 (109-252), tied for fourth in blocked shots (1.87/game) and eighth in rebounding average (6.5/game)... Tallied multiple three point field goals in six games and hit multiple three pointers in three consecutive games for the first time in her career... Set a new career-high in minutes played with 39 minutes against Penn State (Jan. 31)... Posted 236 rebounds, which is 10th best on U-M's single-season list.
Junior (2008-09)... Earned third varsity letter ... Played in all 30 games with seven starts ... Averaged 18.9 minutes per game ... Averaged 5.9 points per game (176 total) and a team-best 5.2 rebounds (155 total) per game ... Second on the team in blocks with 28 (0.89 per game) ... Scored in double figures in six games, including a season-high 16 points against Iowa (Jan. 26) ... Tallied a season-high six blocks in the season-opener at Kentucky (Nov. 15) ... Posted a season-high 11 rebounds against Purdue (Feb. 26) .... Lone Wolverine to post double figure rebounds on the season with 10 against North Carolina State (Dec. 5) and 11 at Purdue (Feb. 26) ...Recorded Michigan's lone double-double of the season with 10 points and 11 rebounds against Purdue (Feb. 26) ... Was 5-of-5 from the floor against Penn State (Feb. 9) ... Led the team in rebounding in nine games ... Posted her 100th career block; became one of six Wolverines with 100-plus career blocks ... Ranks fourth all-time with 114 blocks ... Showed some range with a five three-point field goals throughout the season ... Tied her career-high with eight field goals against Iowa (Jan. 26) ... Played a season-best 35 minutes against Texas A&M (Nov. 20) ... Finished the year ranked 19th in the Big Ten in rebounding, averaging 5.2 rebounds per game ... Concluded the year ranked 13th in blocked shots, averaging 1.03 per game.
Sophomore (2007-08)... Earned second varsity letter ... All-Big Ten Conference honorable mention (media) ... received Michigan's Top Rebounder Award ... played in all 33 games and made 26 starts ... averaged 22.0 minutes per game ... averaged team-highs of 10.3 points (341 total), 5.8 rebounds (190 total) and 1.39 blocks (46 total) ... finished the year ranked fourth in the Big Ten in blocks, eighth in field goal percentage (.468), 13th in defensive rebounds (4.21 rpg), 18th in rebounding and 21st in scoring ... led the team in scoring five times ... scored in double figures 16 times ... led or shared the team lead in blocks 22 times and rebounding 15 times ... recorded at least one block in 24 games and had multi-block efforts in 13 contests ... matched a career high with 21 points against Iowa State at Vanderbilt Thanksgiving Tournament (Nov. 23) ... posted her first career double-double against Iowa (Dec. 30), finishing with 12 points and a career-best 13 rebounds ... the 13-rebound effort marked a season high for a Wolverine ... recorded back-to-back double-doubles, finishing with 18 points and 11 rebounds at Penn State (Jan. 20) before posting 16 points and 10 rebounds against Indiana (Jan. 24) ... one of two Michigan players to post a double-double in 2007-08 ... dished out a career-best four assists against Iowa ... collected a career-high three steals at Cincinnati (Nov. 13) ... posted a season-best five blocks against Ohio (Dec. 21), which also marked a season high for a U-M player ... knocked down a season-best one three-pointer 14 times ... matched a career high with six free throws made (6-of-11) at Wisconsin (Jan. 17) ... played a career-best tying 34 minutes at Michigan State (Jan. 31).
Freshman (2006-07)... Earned first varsity letter ... U-M Athletic Academic Achievement award winner ... received Michigan's Field Goal Award ... played in 29 games and made 21 starts ... averaged 18.9 minutes per game ... averaged team-highs of 8.0 points (231 total) and 1.28 blocks (37 total) ... finished the year ranked ninth in the Big Ten Conference (third among freshmen) in blocks ... led the team in scoring four times ... scored in double figures eight times ... led or shared the team lead in blocks 14 times ... recorded at least one block in 18 games and had multi-block efforts in seven contests ... finished with team-best shooting numbers of 47 percent (86-of-185) from the field and 40 percent (6-of-15) from three-point range ... ranked second on the team in rebounds at 4.3 rpg (126 total) ... led or shared the team lead in rebounds six times ... led Michigan freshmen in games played and started, minutes per game, points, rebounds and blocks ... scored a career-high 21 points in a career-best 34 minutes at Miami (Ohio) (Dec. 6) ... grabbed a career-high nine rebounds in two games: at Central Michigan (Nov. 28) and at Purdue (Dec. 28) ... collected a career-best seven blocks at Central Michigan, which was a season high for a Wolverine and the fifth-highest single-game total in program history ... dished out a career-high three assists against Detroit (Nov. 20) ... collected a career-best two steals three times ... knocked down a career-high three three-pointers (3-of-3) against Indiana (Jan. 28) ... made a career-best six free throws (6-of-8) at Central Michigan.
Prep... Attended Aden Bowman Collegiate High School (2006), coached by Wendy Benson ... honor roll student ... three-year varsity letterwinner ... guided team to a 31-1 record as a senior ... led team to an undefeated 32-0 record and a provincial championship as a junior ... Key Statistics... averaged a league-high 19.2 points per game as a senior ... Honors and Rankings... runner-up for Canada's Miss Basketball award as a senior ... named Canada's Top Female Post for 2005-06 ... 2006 All Canada Basketball Weekend Rumble in the T.Dot All-Star Game participant ... selected as city and team MVP as a junior ... named MVP in a combined seven tournaments in final two seasons ... first-team all-star selection as a senior ... given high school's Outstanding Athlete Award ... Other Sports... also lettered in volleyball (named team MVP as a senior) and track and field (earned gold medal in shot put as a sophomore).
National/International... Two-year member of Canada's Junior National Team (2005-06) ... led team to silver medal at 2006 FIBA Americas Under-18 World Championship Qualification Tournament in Colorado Springs, Colo., averaging 5.8 points and 4.3 rebounds in four games ... competed in 2005 FIBA Under-19 World Championship in Tunisia, averaging 8.7 points, a team-high 7.4 rebounds and 1.1 blocks in seven games ... alternate on Canada's 2004 Junior National Team ... four-year member of Team Saskatchewan (2001-05) ... led team to fifth-place finish at 2005 Canada Summer Games.
Personal... Krista Lynn Phillips was born May 18, 1988 ... daughter of John and Janet Phillips... played with former Wolverine junior Stephany Skrba on Canada's Junior National Team in 2005 ... enrolled in the School of Kinesiology ... undeclared major.
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