FALL 2006: Represented the Green and Gold in each of the four slated events...Finished the semester third on the team with a 76.8 scoring average, improving from his previous scoring average 78.4, which was established in the spring ...Placed second on the team and 19th overall at the Cornell Invitational 77-74-76-227, which proved to be his best event of the fall, performance wise.
SPRING 2006: Again completed the semester third on the squad with a 78.4 scoring average after competing in all but one tournament...Placed first on the "B" squad and 11th overall at the Iona Invitational 78-77-155...Displayed an impressive showing at the 2006 JetBlue MAAC Championships, where he captured a second place finish overall 76-75-74-225...Ended the spring campaign finishing third on the team at the NCAA Tournament Central Regional 78-75-85-238.
FALL 2005: Appeared in two events, including the Navy and Cornell Invitationals...Accumulated a 77.4 scoring average...Navy Invitational proved to be his best performance of the fall after carding a semester-low 74 during the first day of action.
SPRING 2005: Had a solid spring after appearing in every tournament on the semester billing...Kicked off the spring with an impressive showing at the Bethune-Cookman Invitational, where he finished first on the team and 11th overall with a single-round 76...Finished the 2005 JetBlue MAAC Championships in second place overall behind teammate Bryan Bigley 71-69-76-216.
FALL 2004: Featured in three invitationals on the semester, including Cornell, St. Bonaventure and Lehigh...Tied for 19th overall and appeared atop the Saints' roster at the St. Bonaventure Invitational (75-77-152), which proved to be his best showing of the fall season.
SPRING 2004: Played in just one regular season event at the Ft. Lauderdale Classic, where he notched a 12th place finish alongside then teammate Brad Myatt with a combined score of 156...Finished tied for 24th overall at the 2004 JetBlue MAAC Championships 82-81-77-240.
BEFORE SIENA: Lettered four years of varsity golf and varsity basketball, including three years of varsity soccer at Gateway Regional...All-Western Massachusetts golf participant in each of his four years at Gateway...Led Gateway Regional to a League Championship his sophomore year...Selected by the Hampshire Gazette as a Five-Star Golfer during his junior and senior campaigns and was named Golfer of the Year his senior year...Led his AAU Basketball team to a League Championship his sophomore year...All-Western Massachusetts participant in basketball his senior year...All-Western Massachusetts player in soccer his senior year...Representative of Gateway's soccer squad that captured a league championship and the Western Massachusetts Championship his senior year.
PERSONAL: Born February 26, 1985...The son of Allen and Robin Parker...Has a younger sister Emily...A marketing and management major.
WRONOWSKI ON PARKER: "Throughout Allen's progression here at Siena, I have seen him learn to trust and believe in himself and his game. Entering his final spring semester, I expect Allen to have taken what he has learned and transcend it onto the golf course."