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Parker Lawley
Height: 6'3"
Year: Senior
Hometown: Fargo, N.D.
High School: Fargo South H.S.
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2014-15 (Senior)

Compiled a 14-8 singles record and a 15-7 doubles record during the dual season ... went 4-2 at singles and 3-3 at doubles in Summit League play ... tied Lovro Curcija for the team lead in Summit League singles wins ... led the team in doubles wins (15) ... named to the All-Summit League team ... became the first Jackrabbit to be an All-Summit League honoree three times.

2013-14 (Junior)

Recorded an 11-9 overall singles record, with eight wins coming at No. 2 and three at No. 1 ... went 2-3 in Summit League action ... boasted a team-best 13-10 doubles record, going 3-2 in Summit League play ... recorded SDSU’s lone point against IPFW in the Summit League Championships, beating Jonathan Raa 6-2, 6-1 ... named to the All-Summit League and Academic All-League teams ... named to the Academic Honor Roll, Commissioner's List of Academic Excellence and a Distinguished Scholar.

2012-13 (Sophomore)

Was one of three SDSU players with double-digit wins in both singles and doubles ... led the team in singles wins with 14 spread out over three positions ... went undefeated in Summit League play with a 4-0 record ... placed third on team in doubles wins with 11 ... went 9-4 with Andrea Boglic at first singles ... scored Summit League Player of the Week honors twice (March 5, April 23) ... named to the All-Summit League and Academic All-League teams ... won the first set of his match at the Summit League Championships (match was unfinished).

2011-12 (Freshman)

Tallied the second-most singles wins on the team with 11 ... went 10-7 at third singles and 1-0 at first singles ... recorded a 2-2 singles record in Summit League action ... posted a 10-10 doubles record, going 10-9 at first doubles with James Thorp ... recorded a 3-2 record in Summit League doubles play ... was one of two players on the team with super-.500 records in both singles and doubles ... named the Summit League Player of the Week (March 13) ... helped the team qualify for its first ever Summit League Championships ... was the only Jackrabbit to win a set in singles play at the conference tournament against top-seeded UMKC (6-3, 0-6, unfinished).

Before SDSU

Five all-conference honors ... four all-state honors ... team captain (2010-11) ... North Dakota’s Tennis Senior Athlete of the Year (Mr. Tennis) ... two-time Eastern Conference singles champion ... 2010 state singles champion.