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SENIOR YEAR (2010-11)
Led the Tribe at the Georgetown Intercollegiate, placing ninth with a total of 213 (E) ... Tied for 16th at the Joe Agee Invitational with a score of 148 (+6) ... Earned his first top-20 finish of the season, tying for 19th at the Maryland Intercollegiate with a total of 217 (+4) ... Placed in a tie for 23rd at the Marshall Invitational with a three-round score of 212 (-1) ... Tied for 58th at the ODU Intercollegiate with a total of 225 (+9) ...

JUNIOR YEAR (2009-2010)
Named Second-Team All-CAA ... Over the course of the season, totaled two runner-ups, three top-fives, five top-10s, and three top-20 finishes … Stroke average of 74.16 ranks third all-time amongst juniors at the College … Earned a runner-up finish at the Joe Agee Invitational with a score of 142 (E) … Also notched a runner-up finish at the Frank Landrey Invitational after carding a 214 (-2) … Tied for fourth with a score of 142 (E) at the C&F Bank Intercollegiate … Scored a 147 (+5) to tie for ninth at the Georgetown Invitational … Tied for 10th while shooting a 145 (+1) at the Wexford Plantation Intercollegiate … Finished the CAA Championship tied for 23rd with a score of 229 (+19) … Carded a total of 226 (+10) to place 30th at The Adams Cup … Placed in a tie for 39th with a score of 153 (+9) at the UNCW Intercollegiate … Tied for 42nd with a total of 231 (+15) at the Fireline Towson Invitational … Finished in a tie for 46th with a total of 225 (+12) at the Maryland Intercollegiate …

Tied for 10th at the CAA tournament with a score of 222 (+6), his fourth top- 10 finish of the season ... Carded a personal-best 70 (-1) in the final round of the Big Five Invitational to finish in 11th place ... Matched his personal best of 70 on the second day of the Towson Invitational on the way to finishing in a tie for 23rd place ... Tied for 16th at The Landfall Tradition ... Placed in a tie for 45th at the Raines Development Intercollegiate ... Finished in a tie for 50th at the Georgetown Intercollegiate and in a tie for 39th at the Hartford Invitational ...Tied for 70th at the Rice Intercollegiate ... Shot a 33 (-2) on the last nine holes of the first day of the First Market Bank Intercollegiate on his way to finishing in a tie for 89th place ... Season average of 76.33 ranks seventh all-time in school history among sophomore seasons …

Advanced to sectional qualifying for the 2008 U.S. Open after tying for third at the local qualifying tournament at the TPC of Boston ... Shot a 229 in his first CAA Championship, finishing in a tie for 36th ... Earned his first top-five finish at the First Market Bank Intercollegiate, shooting 72-71 (+1) to tie for fifth ... Made his collegiate debut at the Belmont Shootout in October, clos¬ing the tournament with a round of 77 (+5) ... Played in every tournament of the spring, hitting in the 70s in six of twelve rounds ... Shot 74-73 at the Marshall Invitational, tying for second on the team ... Season average of 77.00 ranks him seventh among freshmen all-time at the College …

Three-year letterwinner for coach William Prendiville ... Captained the team his senior year ... Helped the team to state titles in 2005 and 2006, finish¬ing among the top seven individuals each time ... Conference All-Star each of his last three years ... Massachusetts Super Team All-Star as a senior ... Averaged 73 strokes per round in high school, with a career-best round of 65 ... 52-4 in dual-meet competition over his final three years ... Named a third-team All-American on the Future Collegiate World Tour in 2006 ... Finished among the top-30 at the FCWT national championships that year ... Member of the New England Ryder Cup team ... AP Scholar with Distinc¬tion ... National Honor Society ... Three-year member of the Culinary Club …

Son of Stephen and Karen Parker ... Uncle, Mickey Hawkes, played on the PGA Tour ... Favorite City is Quito, Ecuador ... Craziest ambition is to win the U.S. Open.

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