Cowgirls finish the season 15-6 overall
Zhelyazkova earns third set tiebreaker for victory
Wyoming reaches semifinals tomorrow
Cowgirls on a school record eight-match winning streak
Cowgirls on a school record seven-match winning streak
SENIOR (2014-15): Finished the fall with a 3-4 mark in doubles action with three different playing partners. Played in three singles matches. Recorded a 12-8 record during the spring in singles play to finish 13-13 overall. Went 3-2 in league play and won her last five matches in a row. In doubles action, she went 12-16 for the season including an 8-9 mark with Magdalena Stencel. Finished tied for sixth all-time in doubles wins with 55 and tied for seventh in singles wins with 64.
JUNIOR (2013-14): She finished the fall with a 4-4 record in singles play, which included a four-match winning streak. Qualified for the ITA Mountain Regional Tournament and won her first two matches. In doubles play, she also went 4-4 with two different playing partners. During the spring, she went 4-6 in dual action playing at the number two and three positions while finishing 10-11 overall for the year. In doubles action, she was 5-3 with Veronica Popovici and went 9-11 overall. Suffered a knee injury against Cal State Fullerton that kept her out the remainder of the spring season.
SOPHOMORE (2012-13): Had a solid fall as she went 10-4, which included winning seven of her first eight matches. Had a six-match winning streak during that time. Finished with a 3-1 mark at the ITA Mountain Regional Tournament. She and Silviya Zhelyazkova wrapped up the fall with a 6-3 record, which included a four-match win streak. They would go 4-1 and reach the round of eight at the ITA Mountain Regional Tournament. Recorded her second straight 20-plus win season with a 21-15 overall record after going 11-11 during the spring in singles play. She went 5-3 in league matches while playing at the fifth position. In doubles action, she finished the year 19-11 overall while going 13-8 in the spring with partner Zhelyazkova. They would record a 5-2 mark in Mountain West matches.
FRESHMAN (2011-12): Played in 14 matches during the fall going 6-8 in singles action. She earned her first collegiate victory over Emily Carbone of Arkansas (9/23/11). Had a three-match winning streak. In doubles play, she recorded a 3-6 mark with three playing partners. During the spring, she went 14-6 to finish with a 20-14 record playing at the number five position. In league play, she had a 5-2 record with victories over UNLV, Boise State, New Mexico, Colorado State and Air Force. Parizher won 9 of 11 matches to begin the spring. She went 14-17 for the year in doubles play with four different playing partners. She and Silviya Zhelyazkova recorded a 10-9 overall record and a 5-2 mark in Mountain West play at the number three position.
HIGH SCHOOL: A letterwinner in tennis while attending Chaminade College Prep. During her junior year, she helped her team to a Mission League Championship and was named the tennis MVP. Parizher was ranked 37th in the state of California, 40th in the Southwest Region and 163rd nationally. She was ranked a four-star recruit by Tennisrecruiting.net. She was coached by Vazhgen Zaghian.
PERSONAL: Born January 5, 1993 in Los Angeles, Calif. Parizher is the daughter of Alexander and Alisa Parizher, and has a sister Jacqueline. She is majoring in psychology.