Ryan Phillips 23
Ryan Phillips


Columbia, Mo.

High School:
Rock Bridge

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 190




Tigers Return Home to Face No. 22 Mississippi State

Tigers look for second consecutive SEC series win.


Mizzou Baseball Falls at Missouri State

In-state rivals force split in season series with win.


Mizzou-MO State Postgame Notes



Tigers Set To Wrap Up Season Series With Missouri State

Tigers and Bears meet at 6:35 p.m. in Springfield


Mizzou Continues SEC Play at No. 15 Kentucky

Wildcats are Mizzou's fourth ranked opponent in five SEC series.


Missouri Baseball vs. Milwaukee - March 14, 2014

Missouri Baseball vs. Milwaukee


Missouri Baseball vs Southern Mississippi - March 9, 2014

Missouri vs Southern Mississippi


Missouri Baseball vs. Truman State - March 13, 2013

Missouri vs. Truman State

• Had an 8.44 ERA in 10 appearances, spanning 10.2 innings.
• He struck out 10 batters against just two walks but allowed 18 hits and three doubles in his 10.2 innings.
• Seven of his 10 appearances were scoreless innings, but the three in which he gave up runs were big innings and inflated his ERA.

High School
• Compiled a 7-3 overall record with a 1.72 ERA and 55 strikeouts while hitting .394 with a homer and 12 RBI in his senior season at Rock Bridge High School under the instruction of head coach Justin Towe.
• In his career at Rock Bridge, Phillips went 28-7 with a 1.70 ERA and 213 strikeouts while batting .407 with four homers and 57 RBI.
• First team All-District selection in all four years of high school (2009-12) and was a first team All-State honoree in 2010, 2011 and 2012.
• 2010 MaxPreps All-American.
• Guided Rick Bridge to a District Championship in in 2009, 2010 and 2012 and Sectional Championships in both 2009 and 2010.
• Helped Rock Bridge finish fourth at State in 2009.
• Member of National Honors Society.
• Presidential Excellence Award recipient in 2009.

• Born Sept. 6, 1993, to mother LeeAnn Phillips in Columbia, Mo.
• Uncle, Lenny, played with Mickey Mantle in the minor leagues.
• Brother, Justin, is a Mizzou graduate (2011) and is pursuing a professional umpiring career.
• Is a die-hard St. Louis Cardinals fan.
• Is a very talented musician and can play the guitar, piano and drums.