The Vikings beat Alaska Anchorage 78-73 in the quarterfinal game of the GNAC Tournament in Lacey.
1 of 2 players to start all 31 games, averaged 31.5 minutes per game (total of 975).
Averaged 17.9 points (ranked 5th in the GNAC) and 4.8 rebounds (ranked 26th in GNAC) per game and total of 14 blocks, 10 steals and 36 assists.
Shot .465 from the field (ranked 19th in GNAC), .384 from 3-point range (ranked 16th in GNAC) and .785 for free throws (ranked 13th in GNAC).
Ranked 1st in GNAC with 78 3-pointers made (2.5 per game).
Named to 1st team All-GNAC.
Named GNAC Player of the Week (Jan. 4-10).
Season high in points (39, 8th most in WWU history) came against Alaska on 1/7/16.
Total of 3 30+ point performances.
Enters season with 819 career points on 43.3 percent 3-point accuracy (136-of-314).
Second-team GNAC all-star as sophomore after being GNAC Preseason all-star.
MVP of WWU Chuck Randall Classic and twice named GNAC Player of the Week.
Chuck Randall Coaches award winner.
Only Viking to start all 31 games, averaging team-leading 15.6 points per game.
Shot 43.4 percent (79-of-182) from 3-point range and 50.7 percent (178-of-351) from floor.
Ranked third in GNAC in 3-point makes per game at 2.5 and sixth in scoring.
Scored double-figure points in team-high 25 games.
Had career highs of 31 points vs. Simon Fraser on Feb. 26 and 15 rebounds vs. Multnomah OR on Nov. 25.
Also had 30 points vs. Thompson Rivers BC on 12/15/14, hitting 7-of-13 3-pointers.
Made at least one 3-pointer in 26 of 31 contests.
2013-14 (Redshirt Freshman):
Played in all 28 games, making 16 starts, as redshirt freshman in 2013-14.
Averaged 11.9 points, shooting 48.2 percent (122-of-252) from the field and 43.2 percent (57-of-132) from 3-point range.
Scored double-figure points 16 times.
Posted season highs of 25 points vs. Northwest Nazarene on 2/20/14 and 10 rebounds at Montana State Billings on 2/13/14.
Made 3-pointer in 24 games.
Hit five 3-pointers in three contests, one time in just six shots from beyond the arc against Alaska Fairbanks on 3/6/14.
HIGH SCHOOL: Received all-Bay Area and Bay Shore Athletic League honorable mention as senior at Salesian High School ... Helped Pride to 34-2 record, Bay Shore Athletic League, North Coast Section, Northern Region and California Interscholastic Federation Division IV state championships ... Averaged 11.0 points, 6.0 rebounds and 2.0 blocked shots ... Had 22 points and 10 rebounds vs. nationally ranked Trinity High School KY ... Granite Bay HS Grizzly All-tournament ... As junior, played on 26-12 team that won league, sectional and regional titles and reached state title contest ... Started and lettered two years ... Attended Division I McClymonds High School as freshman and sophomore ... Started as sophomore and earned two letters ... As freshman, member of Warriors team that took Oakland Athletic League and Northern Region crowns and reached state championship game.
PERSONAL: Major is behavioral psychology.
NorCalPreps.com May 28, 2012 Parker off to Evergreen State by Kevin McCarthy Sometimes college sports seems like a mutual mercenary endeavor. You have a player who really doesn't want to be in school or is a short-termer before attempting to go pro somewhere and an athletic program happy to accommodate for as long as the relationship is beneficial on the field, court, diamond, track or pool. Jeffrey Parker of Salesian High and Lakeshow basketball, is the antithesis of the former, a true student-athlete, a winner plus an individual who will be bringing so much more to his basketball program and college choice. Come September, Parker is headed to Western Washington University (WWU), the current defending national D-2 champions who finished 31-5 this past season while enjoying the seventh D-2 tournament appearance in the past nine years. WWU is the third largest university in Washington and a member of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. A little scrutiny and you'll quickly notice there's this champion/championship thing that follows Parker around. He's headed to one while having just finished earning one with Salesian, this after the Pride also reached the title game when he was a junior. He also participated in a championship contest while at McClymonds High as an underclassmen. Call it a coincidence but that's usually means a one time occasion. Three appearances and it's definitely not simply by chance. So what led the 6-foot-6 Parker to go with his choice? "The coaches were great (Brad Jackson has headed the program for 27 years), I loved the campus (located on Bellingham Bay) and the environment, and the up-and-down playing style made it easy to see that I could play there," Parker explained. What he will carry to the court is "a lot of explosiveness and dunks. I like to get my teammates involved and my goal is to be the player the coaches want me to be." He averaged 11 points, six rebounds and two blocked shots a game last season as a team player, demonstrating the ability to attack the rim as well as three-point shooting ability beyond the arc. Parker prides himself on working to get better, displaying the character ethic that each day brings opportunity to be seized. He trains with Glenn Graham to advance his basketball skills and with Anthony Eggleton for physical development and wanted to thank both for aiding him in his achievement. \ Here Lakeshow's Joe Fuca on his player: "Jeffrey came into our program last year and he was uncomfortable with the physicality it took to play at the next level. But he was a premier shooter and a good defender. After two to three weeks of heavy workouts, you could begin to see the change. He became a really tough player who can take defenders off the dribble and also shoot the jumper. Jeffrey has matured so much in one year that it is frightening. He can play three positions on defense and offense and he is a legit D-1 player who is going to the best D-2 team in the country." But Parker's basketball participation is just a portion of his life. He plans to become a cardiologist so it's off to medical school once his time at Western Washington is completed. His major in Bellingham will be in behavioral neuro-science psychology "because I like studying the mind." Asked how his friends would describe him, Parker said, "as a kind and polite guy, very respectful. I take my religion very seriously because my Mom and Dad brought me up to do that." To a query regarding who he wished to thank, Parker said, "God first, my family, Coach Fuca who really helped in my development and all my coaches at Salesian and McClymonds, especially Brandon Brooks and Elijah Thomas."