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Angela Algee

Dr. Phillips High School Swimming and Diving has long been a powerhouse program in the state of Florida and that reputation was built on phenomenal athletes that accepted nothing less than championships. No athlete in our program embodied that image more than Angela Algee.Angela Algee

She came to DP as a sophomore in 2010 and immediately set a standard of excellence for the next three years; capturing five State Championships, two State Runners-Up, six Regional titles, eight District Championships and was a Metro West Conference Champion 11 times. Algee was dominant in every event she competed, evidenced by State Championships in five different events: 200 Individual Medley, 200 Medley Relay, 100 Butterfly, 50 Freestyle and the 200 Freestyle Relay. 

Over the course of her three-year career at DP, Angela Algee was named the Orlando Sentinel's Athlete of the Week three times, earned All-Metro Conference and All-Central Florida honors each year, and finished her tenure earning All-American honors in four events during her senior year. That performance netted Algee two coveted awards at year's end: the Brighthouse Sports Network Swimmer of the Year as well as the Orlando Sentinel's Central Florida Swimmer of the Year. Algee parlayed her success into a scholarship to the University of Miami where she was one of their top swimmers all four years and earned Olympic Trial cuts as a junior (2015).

As of 2017, Angela Algee continues to own school records in three events (100 fly (54.31), 200 IM (2:02.51) and 200 Free Relay) and is second all-time in the 50 free by one one-hundredth of a second (23.54). Always a smile on her face but when the whistle blew to get on the block, Angela Algee was all business and as tough a competitor as we have ever had across any sport. She will be inducted into the Dr. Phillips Athletic Hall of Fame in May, 2018.

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