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Phillip Keddy
Phillip Keddy

Hometown:
Vernal, UT

High School:
Uintah

Height:
5-8

Weight:
184

Career -- three-time all-American (4th-2009, 6th-2008, 8th-2010)... four-time Big Ten placewinner (2nd-2010, 2nd-2009, 3rd-2008, 7th-2007) and NCAA qualifier... posted a 102-42 career record at 184 pounds... three-time Midlands placewinner (4th-2007, 2nd-2008, 4th-2009)... scored 256 team points in dual competition... was 24-7 at Carver-Hawkeye Arena... started 84 duals... was a member of three NCAA and Big Ten champion Iowa teams.

2009-10 -- all-American, placing eighth at 184 pounds at NCAA Championships... runner-up at Big Ten Championships... posted a 26-10 season record, going 17-4 in dual competition and 6-1 in Big Ten duals... scored 67 team points in dual competition... scored 10 major decisions, which ranked third on team... placed fourth at Midlands Championships... one of five Hawkeyes to earn team all-America award... letterwinner.

2008-09 -- all-American, placing fourth at 184 pounds at NCAA Championships... runner-up at Big Ten Championships... posted a 34-5 collegiate season record, going 35-5 overall... went 23-1 in dual competition and 7-1 in Big Ten duals... scored 94 team points in dual competition, which ranked second on the team... posted 14 and 13-match winning streaks during the season... placed second at Midlands Championships... led team with eight major decisions, ranked second in collegiate wins (34), collegiate winning percentage (.872), dual wins (23), third in dual winning percentage (.958) and fifth in pins (5)... posted the fourth-fastest pin on the team (1:10)... three of his five losses were to NCAA and Big Ten champion Jake Herbert of Northwestern... the other two were to Rider's Doug Umbehauer... won a 3-2 decision over Harvard's Louis Caputo at the NWCA All-Star Dual... earned team all-America award... letterwinner.

2007-08 -- all-American, placing sixth at 184 pounds at NCAA Championships... placed third at Big Ten Championships... collegiate season record was 28-11... went 16-5 in dual competition and 6-2 in Big Ten duals, scoring 62 team points in dual matches... posted a 2-0 record at 197... went 5-1 at Carver-Hawkeye Arena... placed fourth at Midlands Championships... won Kaufman-Brand Open title while competing unattached... his fastest fall of 1:07 ranked fourth on team... earned team all-American award... letterwinner... won 84 kg challenge tournament at FILA University Freestyle World Team Trials.

2006-07 -- placed seventh at Big Ten Championships... season record was 14-17 overall and 14-16 in collegiate matches at 184 pounds... went 8-10 in duals and 2-5 in Big Ten duals... scored 33 team points in dual competition... recorded one pin in 48 seconds, which was the third-fastest time on the team... placed second at Kaufman-Brand Open... also competed at Midlands Championships... posted a 3-5 mark at Carver-Hawkeye Arena... letterwinner.

2005-06 -- redshirted... posted a 4-2 record at 184 pounds while competing unattached... placed fifth at UNI Open.

High School -- two-time state and conference champion... career record was 146-28 with 84 pins... three-time all-state selection... two-time team captain and MVP... led team with most takedowns three seasons, most wins twice and most reversals once... 171-pound runner-up at 2005 Senior Nationals... three-time all-American... lettered three years in football, earning all-region honors twice... National Honor Society member... coach was Gregg Stensgard.

Personal -- born April 7, 1987... son of Clayton and Lanette Keddy... health and sports studies major.

Keddy's Career Stats

CollegiateDualBig 10 DualDual Pts.Big 10NCAA SV TB MD TF Pins Fastest
YearRecordRecordRecordScoredPlacePlaceW/LW/L W/L W/L W/L Pin
2006-0714-168-102-5337th--2/1 0/0 0/1 0/0 1/1 0:48
2007-0828-1116-56-2623rd6th 1/1 1/0 5/0 1/04/01:07
2008-0934-523-17-1942nd4th0/0 1/1 8/1 1/0 5/0 1:10
2009-1026-1017-476-1672nd8th0/1 0/1 10/0 2/0 2/0 1:24
Career102-4264-2021-92563/2 2/1 23/2 4/0 12/10:48
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