women’s cross country, women’s track & field
Active from 2004-2007 • Inducted in 2019
At the time of nomination, Amanda Phillips still holds the school records in cross country for the 5K (17:37:3) and 6K (21:13:7), as well as the track and field record in 1,500 meters (4:36:86). She was a three-time Northwest Conference Runner of the Week in 2007 and a member of the first-ever women’s cross country All-America Team in 2008. During her time as a cross country student-athlete, Phillips won the Bear Fete Invitational (2007), the Western Oregon Invitational (2007), the L&C Invitational (2007) and the Pacific Lutheran Open (2007). In track and field, Phillips won the 1,500 meters at the Pioneer Open in 2008.
Amanda is working in Hood River, Ore. as a health teacher and cross country coach with her partner and dog-child. She has been teaching and coaching for the past nine years. She also continues to compete at an elite level in the marathon. She is excited to compete next February in the 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials, but is also excited to push her physical limits beyond the trials for the next few years and to see where running can take her.
If you know of an individual or team who is eligible and deserves to be a member of the Lewis & Clark College Sports Hall of Fame, please visit the Pioneer Athletics Club page on the www.lcpioneers.com website to submit your nomination!