JUNIOR (2006): Peter Parise made 48 starts in the outfield for the Panthers in 2006...tallied a .314 batting average for 64 hits, including 13 doubles, three triples and four homeruns for 31 RBIs...recorded 80 putouts with only two errors and 10 stolen bases...also saw action on the mound, pitching six innings of relief with a 6.00 ERA...gave up nine hits, five runs, four earned runs and three walks, while striking out four...tallied first win on the mound in close 3-2, 10-inning game vs. Georgetown on May 19 to keep the Panthers' post-season hopes alive...finished the season with a 1-1 record while facing 27 batters...went 3-6 at the plate vs. Belmont, recording a single, double and first homerun of the season...tied career-high of four RBIs vs. Duquesne and then again vs. Ohio University...had back-to-back three-hit games vs. USF...had career-high five hits vs. Rutgers, including two singles, two doubles and a triple...earned 100th career RBI with a solo homerun vs. Connecticut...closed out the season with a six-game hitting streak...led the team with 19 multi-hit games...was named to the Big East Weekly Honor Roll on April 25 for efforts vs. USF...moved into a three-way tie for eighth place on the Panthers all-time career doubles list with 33...earned All-Big East Third Team Honors.
SOPHOMORE (2005): Peter Parise was the only Panther to start all 55 games, hitting .316 with 67 hits, including 11 doubles, a triple and two home runs with 40 RBIs...also made just one error in 66 chances in the outfield...had 21 multiple-hit games and 10 multiple-RBI games...hit .353 in the Panthers' four games at the Big East Championships, collecting six hits with two doubles...went 3-for-5 with two doubles in Pitt's tournament win over Boston College to advance to the title game...had four hits, including a double and a home run, in the season opener vs. Rider...had three hits and two RBIs vs. Coastal Carolina later that day for a seven-hit day...had four hits in the second game of a doubleheader sweep vs. Georgetown...also had four hits and scored two runs in the win over Boston College...in the three-game series vs. West Virginia, hit .545 (6-of-11) with five RBIs...tied a career best with four RBIs vs. Temple...drove in three runs on three separate occasions.
FRESHMAN (2004): Parise started all 52 games that he played in...finished second on the team with 204 at-bats and third with 46 runs scored...totaled 20 stolen bases in 22 attempts, which was third on the team and sixth in the Big East...had 17 multiple-hit games and nine multiple-RBI games...had a personal-best 10-game hitting streak that stretched from March 31-April 14...finished with a career-high four hits to go along with three runs and three RBIs against Temple...tallied three hits and a personal-best four RBIs in the Panthers' victory over Manhattan...had three hits, two runs and an RBI in the upset of nationally ranked Notre Dame...in the three-game series against New York Tech, batted .462 (6-for-13) with two doubles, one home run, three runs and three RBIs...finished with two hits, two runs and three RBIs in the series opener against Villanova...pounded three hits with two RBIs and two runs scored against Seton Hall...finished 3-for-3 with two doubles and a run scored against UConn...recorded three RBIs and three runs scored on two hits, including a two-run homer, in the 11-0 win over Akron...posted three hits, two stolen bases, one run and an RBI in the series finale against Boston College...had three hits (two doubles), three runs scored and one RBI against Iona...hit first career home run, a solo shot, at New Orleans.
HIGH SCHOOL: A three-year letterwinner, was named first team All-City, All-Bronx and All-Conference as a junior and senior...garnered Cardinal Spellman's Athlete of the Year honors as a senior...named New York City honorable mention as a sophomore...led team to a three-year mark of 48-18 and two city quarterfinals' appearances...established the school record with a .520 batting average as a senior.
PERSONAL: Born December 5, 1984...son of Peter and Elsie Parise...has two sisters...administration of justice major.
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