|High School:||South Lake|
|Parisi's Career Statistics|
Brooks Wallace Watch List for nation’s top shortstop ... team MVP and Offensive Player of the Year ... first-team All-New England and All-Ivy League at shortstop ... second in the conference with 17 doubles ... led the league with 115 assists in the field ... did not commit an error during Ivy play in 81 chances ... led the team with .321 batting average, 26 runs scored and 15 multi-hit games, as well as a .356 average in Ivy play ... 17 doubles tied for fifth all-time at Dartmouth ... 12 doubles in conference were one shy of the league record ... hit safely in each of first five games, including all three at 14th-ranked Texax A&M ... first of four three-hit games came at Pepperdine ... went a perfect 4-for-4 versus UT Arlington ... collected three hits and drove in the eventual game-winning run in the sixth inning of a 5-4 triumph over Columbia ... rapped out three hits with two doubles, the second being a two-out, two-run two-bagger in the ninth that gave the Big Green the lead in a 4-3 win at Penn ... scored three runs in an 8-5 win over Cornell ... went 2-for-2 with a triple, walk and two runs in a 3-1 triumph over Princeton the next day ... tied a Dartmouth record that had not been matched since World War II with four doubles in a 22-10 win at Yale ... also had three runs and drove in three in the slugfest ... earned DartmouthSports.com Male Athlete of the Week for his performance at Yale ... reached base five times in the series finale against Brown with three hits including a double and two walks, plus stole his only base of the year in the 8-7 win ... belted his only home run of the season in the opening game of the Ivy Leauge Championship Series, a 7-6 Big Green win.
All-Ivy League Second Team at shortstop ... started 38 of the 39 games at short, the other at second base ... fourth on the team with 10 multi-hit games ... fourth in the league with 114 assists ... began season with a single and a double in four trips to the plate at #30 FIU ... went 4-for-12 with two runs and two RBIs in the three-game series against Nebraska Omaha, including the first Big Green four-bagger of the season ... hit safely in each of the three contests at 18th-ranked Kansas, going 4-for-14 with a double, walk and an RBI ... reached base three times in the 5-4 win at Cornell ... posted a modest six-game hit streak beginning with that game, during which he hit .348 (8-for-23) ... also began a 19-game errorless streak on April 1 that spanned 88 chances in the field ... scored the winning run from first on a double in the bottom of the 10th as he singled and walked twice in the 3-2 win over Columbia ... blasted a solo homer in the second game of the twinbill against the Lions ... stroked a walk-off single off the fence in left field to cap a four-run ninth and beat Holy Cross, 8-7 ... produced four singles and a walk in 11 at-bats in the series victory over Yale ... ripped a game-tying single in the eighth of an eventual extra-inning defeat at Brown ... in the second game versus Harvard, collected a season-high three hits, the last of which was a walk-off, two-run blast in the ninth of a 3-1 triumph.
First-team All-Ivy League and All-New England at second base ... tied for the league lead with 55 hits ... also ranked sixth with his .329 average and seventh with 72 total bases ... hit .329 in Ivy games as well ... second on team with 15 multi-hit games, including the only five-hit game of the season ... also tied for second on the squad with 12 doubles ... reached base safely in 36 of his 40 games on the field ... flawless fielding record in the 20 Ivy contests with 85 chances ... began the year by earning a spot on the Dairy Queen Classic All-Tournament Team at shortstop by going 4-for-10 at the plate and playing mistake-free in the field ... went 2-for-5 in each of his first four games ... reached base four times against Vassar with a single and three walks ... provided two singles, two runs and an RBI in an 11-8 victory over Bradley ... added two more hits and scored twice in a 7-4 win at Columbia to finish a doubleheader sweep of the Lions ... truly found his stroke against Boston College, falling a double shy of the cycle with his first collegiate home run ... was a perfect 5-for-5 in an 11-3 win over Brown as he ripped three doubles, scored two runs and drove in two more ... ended season on a 13-game hitting streak during which he hit .407 (22-for-54), beginning with a three-hit game against St. Anselm ... rapped out three hits and walked once in a 12-0 blanking of Quinnipiac ... hit .412 (7-for-17) with two doubles in the four-game sweep of Harvard ... collected three hits and four runs in the Ivy League Championship Series at Columbia ... went on to help Licking County defend its title in the Great Lakes League as an all-star shortstop once again with a .299 average for the Settlers.
Hit safely in nine of his 10 starts on the season ... started second game of the year at second base at 13th-ranked LSU ... went 2-for-3 with a walk, run and two RBIs in 12-4 triumph at Sacramento State as the starting third baseman ... ripped a two-out, two-run single at Cal Poly as the leadoff hitter ... reached base three times against Saint Anselm with a single and two walks, plus stole a base ... began game-winning, three-run rally with a walk and scored the tying run to open the seventh of a 4-2 win over Holy Cross ... banged out two singles and was hit by a pitch at Hartford in the 14-5 victory ... final hit of the year was an RBI triple in the 9-6 win at Boston College ... played summer ball with the Licking County Settlers in the Great Lakes League and helped them win the league as an all-star shortstop with a .309 average, five homers and 24 RBIs.
After earning a letter at East Ridge in Clermont as a freshman, transferred to South Lake where he picked up three more letters for coach Kerry Whetro ... served as captain in his last two years and was named the team MVP in each ... also South Lake Offensive Player of the Year and Lake County Student-Athlete of the Year as a senior ... played in the United States Specialty Sports Association 12U World Series in 2005 for the Clermont Lightning, earnning all-tournament honors at shortstop.
Son of Rick and Robin has one sister ... born June 19, 1993 in Danbury, Conn. ... father played baseball at Western Connecticut State, and his mother’s father reached the AA level in the Philadelphia Phillies organization ... quite the huntsman, loves the water, whether surfing, fishing or simply boating.