Erin Phillips is an athlete who was born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia in 19/05/1985 and is now 38 years old. Erin Phillips has a net worth of $3 Million.
What is Erin Phillips Net Worth?
Erin Phillips's net worth is 3 Million.
How old is Erin Phillips?
Erin Phillips is 38 years old.
What is Erin Phillips Birthday?
Erin Phillips's birthday is 19/05/1985.
What is Erin Phillips Zodiac Sign?
Erin Phillips's zodiac sign is Taurus.
What is Erin Phillips's Real Birth Name?
Erin Phillips's real birth name is Erin Victoria Phillips.
Where is Erin Phillips's Birthplace?
Erin Phillips's birthplace is Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
How Tall is Erin Phillips?
Erin Phillips height is 5'8'' (172.72 cm).
What is Erin Phillips Nationality?
Erin Phillips nationality is Australia.
What are Erin Phillips's Professions?
Erin Phillips's professions are Australian Rules footballer, Former Professional Basketball Player, Radio host.
Who is Erin Phillips's Spouse(s)?
Tracy Gahan (m. 2014)
Who is Erin Phillips?
Erin Victoria Phillips OAM (born 19 May 1985) is an Australian rules footballer for the Port Adelaide Football Club in the AFL Women’s (AFLW) competition, a radio host, and a former professional basketball player. She played nine seasons in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) for five different teams and is a two-time WNBA champion. She also represented Australia on the women’s national basketball team, winning a gold medal at the 2006 FIBA World Championship for Women and serving as a co-vice captain at the 2016 Summer Olympics. Additionally, Phillips has played five seasons in the AFLW with the Adelaide Football Club, in which she is a three-time premiership player and two-time league best and fairest.
Phillips’s father Greg played professional Australian rules football for Port Adelaide, where he was an eight-time premiership player and earned an induction into the Australian Football Hall of Fame. Phillips played only Australian rules football until age 13, switching to basketball because of the lack of professional opportunities for female footballers at the time. She made her debut in the Women’s National Basketball League (WNBL) for the Adelaide Lightning, her hometown team, at the age of 17 and was named to the All-WNBL Team three times by the age of 22, finally winning a WNBL championship in 2008 in her last year with the team. Phillips was drafted into the WNBA in 2005 by the Connecticut Sun. With the Indiana Fever, she established herself as a starter and won her first WNBA title in 2012. She won another WNBA title two years later with the Phoenix Mercury. During her basketball career, Phillips played both point guard and shooting guard, excelling at three-pointers and employing a physical style of play. Following her retirement from the WNBA, she was also an assistant coach for the Dallas Wings, the last team she played for in the league.
With the launch of the AFLW in 2017, Phillips began her football career at age 31 as a co-captain of Adelaide. Despite not having played competitive football in nearly 18 years, she quickly emerged as the league’s best player and one of its biggest stars. She won the AFLW best and fairest award by a wide margin in both 2017 and 2019, as well as the AFLW Grand Final best on ground as a member of Adelaide’s premiership teams in both years. Phillips plays as a midfielder and is also one of the leading goal scorers in the competition.