||Wake Forest University
Fall 2008 (Senior)
Earned program’s first-ever national title with the doubles championship win at the ITA’s National Indoors competition in Charlottesville Va. Parr and partner Steven Forman defeated Southern California’s Robert Farah and Steven Johnson with a 7-6 (3), 7-6(5) match win to take the title ... Finished with a 7-2 doubles record with Steven Forman ... Advanced to ITA Regional Tournament finals in singles (Chapel Hill, N.C.) ... Finished 7-3 in singles.
Named All-ACC ... Posted a team-best singles record of 19-9 ... Won against opponents from No. 42 William and Mary, No. 34 Virginia Commonwealth, No. 27 Texas Christian, No. 13 North Carolina, No. 53 Maryland, No. 54 Clemson, No. 49 Georgia Tech, No. 27 Miami, and No. 35 Auburn ... Recorded two victories against ranked opponents (No. 65 David North from No. 49 Georgia Tech and No. 118 Nicolas Delgado from Virginia Tech) ... Was ranked as high as No. 44 nationally ... Won 12 singles matches in straight sets ... Finished the spring with a conference record of 7-4 ... In doubles play with fellow Deac Steven Forman, reached a national rank of No. 7 ... Notched two huge doubles wins against No. 6 Nick Cavaday and Jay Weinacker of No. 42 NC State and No. 4 Taylor Fogleman and Chris Kearney of #13 North Carolina... Reached the Round of 8 in NCAA Doubles Play ... Fall 2007: Went 7-3 in singles during the fall season...went 5-4 in doubles... opened the season with three back-to-back wins at Georgia’s Southern Intercollegiates... defeated Virginia’s Sanam Singh in straight sets at the ITA Mideast Regional.
ACC player of the Week Feb. 5 ... Handed South Carolina their first defeat of the season in doubles with Charles Sartor winning 8-4 on February 14 at South Carolina ... Defeated defending national champions #8 Pepperdine in both his singles and doubles matches on February 25 at home ... Extended a seven game doubles winning streak with Charles Sartor at UNLV on March 12 ... Ranked 74th and earned his eighth straight singles victory against #21 NC State on March 21, the longest active winning streak on the team at the time ... Clinched the win over ACC rival #35 Virginia Tech winning 7-6, 7-6 on March 23 at home ... Extended his personal winning streak to nine with an upset win over 22nd-ranked Treat Huey, 6-4, 4-6, 6-1, against #3 Virginia on March 25 at home ... While ranked 52nd he upset 48th ranked Duke player Kiril Dimitrov, 7-6, 7-5 in Durham, NC on April 4 ... Won his 20th doubles match this season at the number two position with Charles Sartor at #48 Georgia Tech on April 7 ... Easily defeated Charlotte opponents in NCAA opening round doubles match-up with a 8-2 with partner Steve Foreman ... Coach Zinn said Parr gave the Deacons stability in the #2 position with consistent wins ... Recorded a 9-2 record in singles during the fall and went 7-3 in doubles ... Opened the season with a singles flight championship win at the UVa Fall Invitational by defeating four opponents ... Advanced to the quarterfinals of the ITA Mideast Regional Championships by taking down two seeded opponents with teammate Charles Sartor ... Defeated No. 4 Chang/Sucupira of Florida State 8-6 and Arnold/Rodrigues of Duke 8-6 to advance to the quarterfinals where they lost to ACC opponent No. 12 seed Gvelsiani/North of Georgia Tech 8-6.
Completed a successful rookie season with a 24-12 mark in singles ... Notched a 5-7 mark at the No. 3 singles spot and a perfect 4-0 at the No. 4 position ... Reached the round of 16 at the ITA Mideast Regionals by defeating ACC opponents from Clemson and UNC in straight sets ... Notched a 4-7 ACC record with wins over BC, Maryland, Virginia Tech, and NC State ... Went 24-15 in doubles ... Took 3 out of 4 doubles matches at the Cincinnati Collegiate Classic in late September with teammate Mariusz Adamski ... Reached the A-1 semifinals in the USC Invitational with Adamski ... Advanced to the semifinal round of the ITA Mideast Regionals with Adamski, but was defeated by the No. 46 ranked doubles pair of Joey Atas and Jonathan Stokke on October 23, 8-3.
A highly-ranked prep player ... A left-hander ... Took fourth place in the National Open Indoor Championships in December 2005 in Flushing, N.Y. ... Ranked third nationally in the USTA in the B16 division in 2004 ... Ranked as the top player for the last two years in the Eastern Region ... The 2004 singles champion at the USTA National Open in Allenwood, N.J. ... Finished third at the National Clay Court Championships in Rockville, Md., in 2003, and was a quarterfinalist at the National Hard Court Championships in Kalamazoo, Mich ... Owns five singles Eastern Region Tournament titles ... While playing for the Jayhawks of Jericho High School in New York, he was the 2004 New York State Singles Champion, 2004 Nassau County Singles Champion, 2003 New York State Doubles Champion and the 2002 Nassau County Doubles Champion.