| Morganne Phillips
60M: 7.51 | 200M: 23.89 | 400M: 52.66
- First Team All-America - DMR (2013)
Outdoor - NCAA East Regional Championship Quarterfinalist ... Ran a leg in four of the six fastest 4x100-meter relay teams in school history ... Part of UK's seventh-place 4x400m relay team at the SEC Championships ... Ran a personal best 23.89 at the SEC Championships ... On three 4x100m relay-winning teams this season ... Personal-best 400-meter time of 52.66 came at the Kentuckiana Border Battle ... Won 200 meters in 23.78 (+2.8 wind) at the Heart of the Bluegrass Classic ... Ran 400-meter leg on UK's second-place DMR at the Penn Relays.
Indoor - All-American in the distance medley relay ... Ran the 400-meter leg of the Kentucky women's distance medley relay school-record performance 11:00.33 ... 400 meters PR of 54.37 came Notre Dame Alex Wilson Invitational Last Chance Meet ... Began season with Gladstein Field House-record time of 37.70 in the 300 meters on the campus of Indiana University at the Hoosier Open to brake previous mark of 37.93, which had stood since Feb. 7, 1987 ... Time also was the fastest in the nation at 300m (Dec. 2012).
Seven-time qualifier for National Junior Olympics with a third-place 400-meter performance in 2007, and a fourth-place finish in same event during 2009 as highlights ... Ranked No. 3 at 200 and 400m in nation for class of 2011 ... A Mile Split USA First Team Gold member at 200 and 400m in 2010 and 2011 ... Top-ranked in state with best times at 200 and 400m in 2010 and 2011 ... Nine-time state champion (2008-2010) ... Set Alabama High School record with 400m PR of 53.89 in 2009 ... All-Area, All-Region and Large School Jefferson County MVP (2006-2010) ... Undefeated in 400m finals since 7th grade ... Possessed best long jump mark in Alabama for 2008 ... All-State performer in basketball and volleyball, and Birmingham News Northeast Player of the Year in both sports for 2008.
Member of National Society of High School Scholars ... People to People Student Ambassador and Congressional Student Leadership Conference member ... volunteered extensively in community throughout high school.