The George Washington University: Baseball

Michael Parker
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Michael Parker

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Newton, MA

High School:
Newton South

Height / Weight:
5-10 / 180

Position:
INF

Birthdate:
02/28/1985

Experience:
3V

Bats/Throws:
R/R



AT GW: Will be everyday starter at shortstop.

2006: Only player on the team to start all 59 games ... set school record for assists in a season with 200 ... led the Colonials with 229 at-bats (t-4th A-10), 42 runs scored and 28 walks ... tied for the team lead with 17 doubles (t-6th A-10) ... 96 total bases were good for second on the team ... was caught stealing just once and his 13 successful attempts were second-best on the team ... tied for second with 62 hits ... third on the club with a .419 SLG% and a .776 OPS ... fourth on the team with a .271 batting average and a .357 OBP ... hit .370 against left-handed pitching ... recorded 17 multi-hit games ... recorded nine total bases at Temple (4/21/06) with 3 H, 2 HR, 3 R, 2 RBI and 2 BB ... played in 27 games for the Mankato Moon Dogs (Mankato, MN) of the Northwoods League ... made two starts for the Wareham Gatemen (Wareham, MA) of the Cape Cod Baseball League and recorded two RBI.

2005: Batted .375 in conference games while hitting .307 overall in 55 games ... started 50 games at either shortstop or second base ... was tied for second on team with 16 stolen bases ... batted .252 in 38 games for the Mill City All-Americans (Lowell, MA) of the New England Collegiate Baseball Summer League.

2004: Played in 17 games, starting six at shortstop ... batted 24 times. HIGH SCHOOL: Played for P.J. O'Toole ... named two-time Dual-County League All-Star ... 2001 U16 Australia Goodwill Series MVP ... Bill Hammil Award winner ... batted .415 with a .576 on-base percentage senior year ... earned a 3.8 GPA.

PERSONAL: Born February 28, 1985, in Newton, MA ... son of Bruce and Jacqueline Parker ... has two siblings, Kenny (36) and Debby (16) ... economics major.

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