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Brad Phillips
Brad  Phillips


Herndon, Va.

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Dual Meet Wins
• 500 Free (NCSU), 1000 Free (NCSU), 1000 Free (UNC), 500 Free (UNC), 200 Free (Duke), 400m Free (Navy)

ACC Champion (2)
1,650 Free
500 Free

All-ACC (4)
1,650 Free
500 Free, 400 IM
2012: 1,650 Free

Virginia Career Bests
500 Free: 4:17.61 (7th all-time at UVa)
1000 Free: 9:05.64
1650 Free: 14:58.00 (8th all-time at UVa)
400 IM: 3:45.34 (4th all-time at UVa)

•ACC Champion in the 1,650 free in a career-best time of 14:58.00
• NCAA qualifier for the second consecutive season
• Also placed eighth in the 500 free and ninth in the 400 IM at ACCs
• Set a career-best in the 400 IM (3:45.34) and a season-best in the 500 free (4:21.25) at ACCs
• Finished fourth in the mile and eighth in the 500 free at the Ohio State Invite
• Picked up six dual-meet wins (2x 1000 free, 2x 500 free, 1x 400m free, 1x 200 free)

• Qualifier for NCAAs, finishing 21st in the 400-yard individual medley, 22nd in the 1,650-yard freestyle and 38th in the 500 free
• ACC Champion in the 500 free in a career-best time of 4:17.61
• Earned all-conference honors in the 400 IM with a third-place finish at ACCs
• Finished fourth in the 1,650 free at the conference meet
• Notched a career-best mark in the 1,650 free (14:58.21) at NCAAs
• Set a career-best mark in the 400 IM (3:46.72) at ACCs
• Finished seventh in the 400 IM, 14th in the 1,650 free and 15th in the 500 free at the Georgia Fall Invitational
• Picked up four dual-meet wins (2x - 1,000 free, 1x - 200 free, 1x - 500 free)
• Given the team's Unsung Hero award at the year-end banquet
• Recognized on the ACC Academic Honor Roll

• Earned All-ACC accolades with a second-place finish in the mile (15:06.95) at ACCs
• Also placed ninth in the 500 free (4:26.60) at the conference meet
• Set a career-best mile in 15:05.23 at the Georgia Fall Invite
• Notched season-best marks in the 500 free (4:22.55) and 400 IM (3:52.56) at the same meet
• Won the 1000 free against Duke and against Penn State and Indiana
• Victorious in the 500 free against NC State
• 2012 Olympic Trials qualifier in the 400 freestyle, 1500 freestyle and 400 IM


• Recorded three top-5 finishes at his first ACC Championships
• Placed fourth in both the 500 freestyle (4:19.85) and 400 IM (3:50.01) at the conference meet
• Also finished fifth in the 1650 freestyle (15:10.39) at ACCs
• Clocked a time of 9:07.86 in the 1000 freestyle against Penn State and Indiana (Nov. 20)
• Posted a mark of 15:07.10 in the 1650 freestyle at the Ohio State last chance meet (March 6)
• Selected to the All-ACC Academic Team

High School
• Three-time Virginia state champion
• Holds national high school record in the 400-meter freestyle
• Set Virginia state records in the 200 and 400-meter freestyle
• Named Washington Post All-Met three times
• Potomac Valley Swimming record holder in 500 and 1000 freestyle
• Three-time team MVP
• Served as team captain
• Member of the National Honor Society and DECA
• Three-time Potomac Valley Swimming Scholar Athlete
• Three-time USA Swimming Scholastic Scholar Athlete

• Son of Ronald and Linda Phillips
• Has a younger brother, Brian


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