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Phil Royer
Position: Distance
Year: Senior
Hometown: Portsmouth, R.I.
High School: St. George
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Junior (2011-2012): Royer was the 4th Dartmouth runner at Pre-Nationals, finishing 86th overall.

Sophomore (2010-11): Royer had an extremely strong sophomore year for the Big Green ... in track and field, he placed second in the 3,000 meters at Indoor Heps, which earned him second team All-Ivy and finished fourth in the 5,000 meters  ... placed fourth in the 3,000 meter steeplechase at Outdoor Heps ... qualified for the NCAA East Regional in the steeplechase ... in cross country, he placed in the top five for Dartmouth five times ... took 10th at the cross country heps, which earned him second team All-Ivy ... placed 19th at the NCAA Northeast Regional ... earned the individual USTFCCCA Division I All-Academic status ... garnered USTFCCCA all-region honors.

Before Dartmouth: Royer is a graduate from St. George's School in Newport, R.I. ... while at St. George's, he was a four-year letterwinner in track, a three-year letterwinner in squash and a two-year letterwinner in soccer ... served as a captain for the track team his junior and senior years and the squash team his senior year ... was a three-time New England Prep Division III 3000m and Newport County Champion, and a two-time New England Prep Division III 1500m and Newport County Champion ... in his junior year, Royer was named to the Boston Globe All-Scholastic Team, as well as being named ISL MVP, All-County, and All-NE for track both his junior and senior years ... was a member of the National Honor Society at St. George's. 

Personal: Philip Royer is the son of James and Marinn Royer and has one sister ... is studying Engineering at Dartmouth.

2012-2013 Highs Indoor Outdoor
3000m 8:07.23 (Terrier - 1/26/13)  
5000m   14:09.94 (Prin-Ellis - 4/19/13)
10000m   29:59.47 (Heps - 5/3/13)

 

2010-11 Highs
3000m 8:06.96 Heps - 2-27-11
5000m 14:07.48 Terrier - 1-29-11
Steeplechase 8:59.75 IC4A - 5-13-11
2009-2010 Highs    
3000 m 8:17.87 IC4A 3/7/10
Steeplechase 9:05.19 Heptagonals 5/8-9/10
Personal Bests    
1500 m 3:52.09  
3K Steeplechase 9:01.12  
Why Dartmouth?
I chose Dartmouth because of the excellent undergraduate engineering program, the wide assortment of liberal arts options, and the strong cross country and track programs.
How long have you been running cross country and what got you interested in cross country?
Because of my interest in soccer, I never joined the cross country team in high school, but I did compete in the 1500m and 3000m on the track for all four years. I have always enjoyed distance running, especially on trails, so cross country was a natural step for me. 
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