HONORS/AWARDS: Patriot League Academic Honor Roll (2014) ... AAA Athlete of the Week (twice)
2014-15 (JUNIOR): Played in all 31 games and earned starting duties in 30 … averaged 6.2 points, 4.7 rebounds and 28.2 minutes per contest … rebounding average was the second-highest on the team … converted 54 three-pointers to rank seventh in team single-season history … finished fourth in the Patriot League with 1.7 three-pointers per game … made first career start in the season opener at Quinnipiac (11/14) … finished with at least 10 points in three games, doing so for the first time with 10 points against Air Force (11/25) … scored a career-high 25 points at Central Connecticut State (12/13) … shot 8-of-12 overall and 7-of-8 from three-point range to establish career standards in both categories opposite the Blue Devils … played in all 40 minutes versus Loyola (1/3) … posted career highs of nine rebounds in games at Lehigh (1/7), vs. Navy (1/10) and vs. Lehigh (2/4) … dished out a career-high four assists at Holy Cross (2/11) … tallied two points and three rebounds during 19 minutes in the WNIT first round contest at St. John’s (3/19).
2013-14 (SOPHOMORE): Played in 31 of 33 games ... averaged 4.8 points per game and 2.2 rebounds per game ... team's leading scorer off the bench (4.8 ppg) ... ranked third on the team in three-pointers (35) ... third in the Patriot League in three-point percentage (41.7) ... five double-digit scoring games ... totaled season highs of 13 points and three assists against Manhattan (11/20) ... went 5-for-7 from the floor vs. the Jaspers ... hit a season-best four three-pointers in contests versus Navy (2/8) and Boston University (2/26) ... finished 4-of-5 from three-point range against the Midshipmen and 4-of-4 opposite the Terriers ... season standard of 30 minutes in a Patriot League Quarterfinal win over Boston University (3/6) ... shot 3-of-4 from the field and 2-of-3 from long range to finish with eight points during 25 minutes against Maryland in the NCAA Tournament (3/23) ... earned a selection as the AAA Athlete of the Week.
2012-13 (FRESHMAN): Came off the bench 20 times, second-most by a plebe ... saw time in the first five games of the year ... first collegiate action came in season opener at Wagner (11/9) ... played seven minutes and snagged two rebounds against St. Francis (N.Y.) on 11/12 ... saw time against FDU (11/15), Penn (11/18), Weber State (11/21) and Rider (12/7) ... recorded first career steal against the Broncs ... credited with two rebounds and an assist against Bryan (12/30) ... first collegiate points came at Lafayette (1/16) ... made a three-pointer in lone field goal attempt on the night ... finished with three points, three rebounds and two assists, all season highs ... grabbed a rebound against Navy (1/20) ... played 14 minutes in rare win at Lehigh (2/2) ... snagged three rebounds against the Mountain Hawks ... back-to-back scoring games at Holy Cross (2/27) and in regular-season finale against Lehigh (3/2) ... two points against the Crusaders and three against the Mountain Hawks ... played two minutes in Patriot League Tournament loss to Colgate (3/7) ... took the court for 12 minutes, totaling two points and two rebounds in Army's WNIT loss at Fordham (3/21).
BACKGROUND: Prominent member of the Oregon 6A state championship team (2011) at Jesuit High School ... averaged 9.3 points per game as a senior in 2011-12 ... chipped in 3.7 rebounds and 2.9 assists per contest ... first-team all-metro as a junior ... named to the all-metro second team as a senior ... also earned second-team honors on the lacrosse field ...played for the Clutch Players AAU program under head coach Jason Fawcett ... member of the National Honor Society ... named to the honor roll every year.
PERSONAL: Jean Marie Parker ... born in Portland, Ore. ... parents are Joe and Laura Parker ... two brothers, Jack and Tim, and two sisters, Connie and Laura ... brother Tim serves in the Army ... enjoys swimming, hiking and being outdoors during her free time ... certified lifeguard ... swam competitively for three years ... company D-1 ... Systems Engineering major.