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  Matt Phillips
School: Loyola Marymount University
Year: Senior
Home Town: Lakewood, CO
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High School: Unknown
Height: 6-3
Birth Date: Monday, February 11, 1985
Dominant Hand: Right
Major: Undecided
Singles Record: 60-69
Doubles Record: 58-63

Briefly... Matt Phillips is in his senior season at LMU after three successful years for the Lions... enters season with a career record of 52-49 in singles and 45-44 in doubles...

At LMU... 2005-06... went 14-19 in singles and 12-18 in doubles as a junior... 2004-05... went 16-16 in singles, playing mostly at the No. 5 spot... finished 16-14 in doubles... victory over Logan West helped secure the 4-3 LMU win over Dartmouth... also defeated Ivor Lovrak of eighth-ranked Pepperdine, Nick Couts of Utah, and David Gopstein of Princeton... 2003-04... went 22-14 in singles and 17-15 in doubles as a freshman... defeated UCSB's Frick and Wetzig and Arizona's Mulane and Bromberg to advance to doubles main draw of ITA Region VIII South Championships... captured the Flight B doubles championship at the Bulldog Classic... secured doubles point against No. 71 Yale with 8-5 win... teamed with Mike Wojnarowicz to defeat USC's Daniel Landre and Jamil Al-Agba 8-4... secured third place WCC finish with singles win over Bobby Rasmussen of Santa Clara 6-4, 5-7, 6-4...

High School... a 2003 graduate of Mullen High School in Denver, Colo... was one of the best players in the Intermountain Section...was ranked second as a 16-year-old and was ranked second in the 18-year-old division... was a finalist at the Colorado State High School Championships in singles and was ranked as high as No. 20 nationally in doubles. ..

Personal... Matthew Joseph Phillips was born February 11, 1985, in Lakewood, Colo.... the son of Carol and Dennis Phillips... has been named to the Dean's List (above a 3.5 GPA) every semester at LMU... a business administration major with an emphasis in international business and minors in Spanish and Italian.