Kellie Phillips
Kellie  Phillips


Scottsdale, Ariz.

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Williams Scores Twice to Lift Boilermakers Past Ohio State

Hairston ties Purdue's all-time assists record with sixth career multi-assist game.


Fifty-Nine Purdue Student-Athletes Earn Fall Academic All-Big Ten Recognition

Cross Country (21) & Football (20) lead the way with the most honorees.


Purdue Recognized For Classroom Excellence By the NSCAA

Boilermakers honored with Team Academic Award.


Boilers Blanked at No. 12 Penn State but Remain Alive in Big Ten Tourney Chase

Purdue keeps high-scoring Nittany Lions off the scoreboard in the first half.


Boilers Head To Happy Valley Needing a Positive Result to Extend Season

Purdue enters weekend with tiebreakers on its side, but most likely still needs a win.


Purdue in Red, White & Blue vs. Ohio State

Purdue sports red, white & blue uniforms as it hosts Ohio State at the Varsity Soccer Complex.

Photo Gallery Thru 2011

SENIOR / 2011
Academic All-Big Ten
• Phillips played in all 20 games, one of nine Boilers to do so, and started every game but the Indiana State win
• Finished the season as the team leader with eight goals, scoring all eight in Big Ten play
• Became the first player in program history to lead the team in goals while scoring all in conference play
• Closed her career with 20 goals and 20 assists, becoming just the second player in program history to join the 20-20 club
• Tied a program record with a goal in five straight games from Oct. 9 through Oct. 23
• Recorded just the third hat trick in program history, tying a single-game record for goals, in the blowout win against Indiana
• Also scored Purdue's first goal in the wins against Northwestern, Ohio State and Minnesota
• Accounted for the game-winner in the IU victory and also scored against Michigan and Wisconsin
• Impacted 40 goals in her career, good for fourth best in program history
• Assisted on goals by Kaitlyn Blacha at Missouri and Chinyelu Asher against Indiana
• Starting streak of 46 consecutive games, the longest active streak on the team, ended when she came off the bench against Indiana State
• Scored 13 of her 20 career goals in Big Ten play
• Purdue was 12-4-2 when she scored during her career
• Ranked third in the Big Ten with her eight goals in conference play
Purdue All-Time Rankings: second in assists, fifth in games started, sixth in points, and seventh in goals and game-winning goals

JUNIOR / 2010
• Started all 20 games, one of seven Purdue players to do so
• Will enter her senior season having started 38 consecutive games dating back to 2009
• Led the team with six goals and six assists
• With 18 career assists, ranks fourth in Purdue history
• Recorded an assist in each of the final four games of the season, matching her own program record
• Also tallied a point in six of the final eight games of the year
• Accounted for the game-winning goal in victories against Morehead State and Colorado
• Also scored against St. Bonaventure, Illinois, Indiana and Iowa
• Tallied a goal and an assist against Morehead, SBU, Colorado and Iowa
• Assisted on goals by Marta Lynch (vs. Morehead State), Katie Leinert (at Colorado and at Michigan), Jessica Warren (vs. Ohio State), Kaitlyn Blacha (vs. Penn State) and Liz Secue (at Iowa)
• Went the distance against Penn State.

Academic All-Big Ten
• Tied for second on team with four assists and with 20 shots on goal
• Tied for team lead with two game-winning assists
• Ranked fourth on team with 41 shots taken
• Produced 26th instance in program history of assist in consecutive games with helpers vs. Ball State and
vs. No. 3 Stanford
• Assist vs. Cardinalscame ongame winner
• Also produced game-winning helper in 2-1 victory at Butler
• Scored game-tying goal on PK in 80th minute of 1-1draw vs. Wisconsin-Milwaukee
• Added another PK goal in 5-2 win vs. Loyola-Chicago
• Assisted game-tying goal in 1-1 draw vs. Michigan State
• Unleashed season-high eight shots vs. Spartans in season-high 110 minutes played
• Placed season-high three shots on goal in 1-0 win vs. Valparaiso and in 3-0 win vs. Evansville

• Led team with eight assists
• Assist total is freshman record and third-highest single-season tally in school history
• Broke school record by recording assist in four straight games
• Four-game point streak is fifth-longest in school history
• Scored game-winning goal in 2-1 victory at Iowa
• First collegiate point came on goal in 5-1 win vs. Eastern Illinois
• Also recorded assist against Panthers for season-high three-point game
• Had one assist at Oregon, vs. Illinois State and at Louisville
• Other assists came vs. Rhode Island, vs. Colorado College, vs. Michigan and vs. Ohio State
• Posted a goal while putting all three shots taken on goal in 3-0 win vs. Morehead State
• Ranked third on team in shots (46) and shots on goal (17)

• Graduated with honors
• Played first two seasons at Red Mountain High School in Mesa, Ariz.
• 2005 and 2006 All-Region
• Helped take Red Mountain to state semifinals both seasons
• Played for five different club teams
• Won 2007 Arizona State Championship with Sereno
• Won 2006 Arizona U17 state title with Southbank Ladybugs
• Part of 2005 and 2006 Arizona ODP Pool
• Competed in Region IV ODP Championships
• Also earned two letters in cross country and track & field at Red Mountain

Biographical Information

Major: Organization Communication

Parents: Bill & Christine Phillips

Brothers: Trevor & Michael



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