#95 Casey Phillips
Pos: GK
Height: 6-2
Weight: 180
Year: JR
Major: Computer & Information Sciences
Parents: Kevin & Kathleen
Birthday: July 13
Hometown: Granada Hills, CA
High School: Heritage Christian
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2016: With an outstanding sophomore campaign under his belt, the junior keeper is a proven commodity between the pipes and looking to build on that as he seeks to hold on to his starting job…has all the physical tools to keep improving as an excellent goalie…possesses a solid air game and has good range around the goal…developing into a solid shot-blocker…very vocal, he communicates well with teammates.

2015:  After waging an intense, early-season competition for playing time, the sophomore keeper took over for an injured Kyle Cunningham and crafted an outstanding year between the pipes…posted career-highs for matches played (17, 14 starts), saves (61, third in the GSAC), shutouts (3), wins (9), and goals-against average (1.06, third in the GSAC)…claimed his first victory of the season in a 2-1 win over Carroll of Montana on 8/20/15…recorded back-to-back shutouts against Arizona Christian (6-0) on 10/1/15 and William Jessup (4-0) two days later en route to GSAC Defensive Player of the Week accolades…notched a season-high 12 saves vs. No. 3 Vanguard in a 2-1 victory on 10/10/15…blanked William Jessup again (3-0) on 10/17/15.

2014:  Made six starts between the pipes during his first collegiate campaign, going 3-3…notched his initial win vs. Menlo on 9/15/14…had a season-high eight saves vs. Embry Riddle (AZ) on 9/5/14.

2013:  Redshirted

Heritage Christian HS: A four-year varsity starter for the Warriors and Coach Kevin Phillips…during his first two seasons, he played exclusively between the pipes and then mixed in some time at forward his final two years…notched a career total of 526 saves, including a personal-high 150 in the 2011 campaign…that same season, he recorded a career-high seven shutouts, part of 18 blankings during his prep career…a year later, he produced at the other end of the field, too, tallying 19 points on eight goals and three assists…earned All-Olympic League honors his final two years and was voted league MVP in 2013.