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Will Parker
Will  Parker

Hometown:
Suffolk, Va.

High School:
Lakeland

Height / Weight:
6- / 170

Position:
P

2000: Virginia's surprise story of the season after playing his way from team trainer to a spot on the team's roster ... Made 19 appearances and six starts ... Named ACC Pitcher of the Week (3/13) ... Recorded his first career start and posted his fourth victory as a pitcher (4-0) in Virginia's 12-4 victory over Eastern Michigan (3/12) after he allowed only one run on four hits and struckout six batters ... Made his career pitching debut for Virginia against Bucknell (2/26) when he threw 0.2 innings and struckout a batter en route to gathering his first career win in UVa's 5-4 victory over the Bison ... Recorded his second career start as a pitcher against N.C. State (3/19) after allowing only one run on four hits with four strikeouts through 6.2 innings in Virginia's 3-1 victory in Raleigh, N.C. ... Posted his second win of the season in as many appearances when he came in as a relief pitcher (1.0 inning) to help seal a 4-3 victory over George Mason (3/2) ... Recorded his third win of the season after he entered the game against VCU (3/6) and pitched 3.1 innings and struckout four batters while allowing zero runs on two hits ... Started the North Carolina game (4/22) and pitched 4.1 innings and struckout four batter ...

Personal & Prep: Lettered in golf, wrestling and baseball at Lakeland ... an All-District selection and team MVP in baseball ... member of Palomino League (17-18) National Championship team in 1996 ... salutatorian at Lakeland ... graduated with honors from UVa with B.S. in sports medicine ... son of William and Debbie Parker.

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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.

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