Cowboys Finished the Tournament in 12th place
Wyoming Is In 10th Place After Two Rounds
Cowboys shoot second-lowest score of final round with 284 (-4)
Eddie Stewart leads the Cowboys with a score of 145 (+1) after two rounds
Kamrin Allen won his first individual championship as he shot a 67 (-5) in the final round
2012-13 (Junior): Parish was one of three Cowboys to play in every event this season, while recording three top-finishes. His best event came at the Battle in the Tetons. Parish recorded two under-par rounds of 69 (-3) and 70 (-2) in the first two rounds before closing the tournament with a 76 (+4) to tie with teammate Kamrin Allen for third place with a score of 214 (-2). At that event he also helped the Pokes to a dominate victory and their first team title since the year 2000, while they also finished with the best three round tournament score in school history of 847 (-17). His second-best finish of the season came at the PING Cougar Classic finishing tied for 16th with a 54-hole total of one-over 217, that included tying a season-best round of 69 (-3). His other top-30 finish of the season came at the Mountain West Championship where he was the Pokes second-highest finisher in 28th place. He carded rounds of 75, 72 and 78 to finish with a final score of 225 (+15). At the Gene Miranda-Air Force Invitational, he finished in 54th place with a three-round score of 226 (+10).Parish finished the season with four rounds of par or better and the fifth-best stroke average on the team of 75.87.
2011-12 (Sophomore): Parish played in all 13 tournaments for the Cowboys in 2011-12 and carried the fourth-best stroke average on the team of 75.94. Parish began the season hot recording a top-10 finish at the Battle in the Tetons. He played the tournament close to par shooting a one-over 73 and two-over 74 in the first and second rounds, respectively. He closed the tournament with a two-under 70 to finish in a tie for eighth place with a final tally of 217 (+1). The Battle in the Tetons was his best finish of the season, but in the spring he recorded another top-25 finish at the BYU Cougar Classic. In Provo, Utah, Parish played three rounds within two strokes of par shooting a two-over 74 in the first two rounds and finished with a one-over 73 to tie for 21st place with a score of 221 (+5). Parish recorded two other top-40 finishes during the season. At the Colorado Invitational in the fall, Parish shot a career-best round of 69 (-3) in the second round, finishing the tournament in a tie for 36th place with a final score of 221 (+5). At the University of Arizona National Invitational Tournament in the spring, Parish tied for 35th with a final score of 225 (+9) after shooting rounds of 76 (+5), 73 (+2) and 76 (+5). Parish recorded three rounds of par or better during the season and a career-best round of 69 (-3). He also had an excellent summer of golf winning the Colorado Golf Association Public Links State Championship in June. He fired rounds of 67 (-4), 68 (-3) and 65 (-6) for a final tally of 200 (-13), which tied the second-best final score in CGA Public Links history.
2010-11 (Redshirt Freshman): Parish competed in his first event of his Cowboy career at the Air Force Falcon Invite. Parish won a tournament for prospective walk-ons during the fall of 2009 at Jacoby Golf Course in Laramie.
2009-10 (Freshman): Parish joined the Cowboy golf team prior to the 2010 spring semester.
High School: Parish lettered in golf all four years of his career at Laramie High School. He was an All-Conference performer from 2007-09. In 2009, he helped lead LHS to a conference championship by winning an individual conference championship. He was a member of the National Honor Society and was an honor roll student throughout high school.
Personal: Parish is one of two children of Pat and Tom Parish. His father, Tom, is a professor at the University of Wyoming in atmospheric science. Eric was born Feb. 2, 1991, in Laramie, Wyo. He is majoring in civil engineering.