Wyoming won all nine matches
Wyoming wins all nine matches
Cowgirls will resume play on Friday
Cowgirls win all nine matches
UW will be back in action on Saturday
SENIOR (2014-15): Finished the fall with a 3-4 mark in doubles action with three different playing partners. Played on three singles matches. Currently ranks tied for 11th in singles wins with 54 and 13th in doubles wins with 48.
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.