Alex Parker

2011 ALL-CONFERENCE (2nd Team)

2009 ALL-AMERICAN (Twice)

2012: Became first UAA Alpine skier to earn five All-America honors and just fourth overall after finishing 7th in the slalom at the NCAAs in March … helped the Seawolves to a 5th-place team finish at NCAAs … concluded collegiate career with seven top-10 finishes, including a season-high 2nd-place showing in the giant slalom at the Seawolf Invite, Feb. 9-11 … finished the season at No. 9 in the RMISA standings with a 371 points, leading the UAA women’s Alpine team … named to the 2012 Div. I All-Academic Ski Team … earned team’s Most Inspirational honor for second straight season.

Qualified for third straight NCAA Championships, recording a podium finish (3rd) in the giant slalom for All-America honors … became sixth Seawolf and second women’s Alpiner to earn at least four career All-America honors … finished 3rd in the slalom at the RMISA Championships … recorded five top-5 finishes throughout the season, while leading the Seawolves in a team-high seven races … earned season-best 2nd-place showing in the giant slalom at the Montana State Invite and a 2nd-place result in the slalom at the RMISA Alpine Qualifier … named to National Ski Coaches Association Academic All-America Team for the third straight season … completed season with 21st-place ranking in RMISA women’s Alpine standings with 295 points ... named team’s Most Inspirational at end-of-the-season banquet.

Led the UAA women’s Alpine team for the second consecutive season ... made second NCAA appearance, earning third career All-America honor and helping UAA to a 7th-place team finish ... finished 10th in the giant slalom and 29th in the slalom at the NCAAs ... registered 10 top-10 finishes throughout the season, including a season-best-tying 3rd place at the Utah Invite and the RMISA Championships in the GS ... received All-RMISA Second Team honors ... helped UAA to a program-best 2nd-place team finish at the conference championships ... led UAA with a 9th-place ranking in RMISA women’s Alpine standings with 396 points ... member of National Ski Coaches Association All-Academic Team for the second time.

Finished rookie season as one of the most decorated UAA freshmen ever ... posted six victories – the most for a UAA freshman and the most overall for a Seawolf since 2005 ... swept the Alpine events at the Seawolf Invite and Colorado Invite ... registered 11 top-10 finishes, including two runner-up results ... easily qualified for the NCAAs where she captured two All-America honors, placing 4th in giant slalom and 7th in slalom ... received RMISA All-Conference First Team honors and was selected as RMISA’s Women’s Alpine MVP after posting the most wins in conference ... helped the women’s Alpine team capture the West Regional title ... member of the National Ski Coaches Association All-Academic Team ... received MVP for UAA at end-of-year banquet and was nominated for UAA Athlete of the Year ... received RMISA Skier of the Week honors after sweeping the Seawolf Invite.

A member of the Canadian Alpine Olympic Development team in 2007-08 ... produced five podium results during the 2007-08 season, including a pair of runner-up efforts at a FIS race in Rossland, B.C. ... placed 6th in both the giant slalom and slalom events at the 2008 Canadian National Junior Championships ... finished 13th in the slalom and 16th in the GS at the 2008 Canadian National Championships ... recorded a victory in the GS at a FIS event in Panorama, B.C., in 2007 ... placed 11th in the Super-G at the 2007 Canadian National Championships ... skied for the Sunshine Ski Club.

PERSONAL: Born Sept. 27, 1989 ... psychology major.


2012                  GS    SL   
RMISA Qualifier       12th  14th   
Colorado Invite       7th   10th   
Denver Invite         6th   13th               
UAA Invite            4th   8th   
Seawolf Invite        2nd   23rd           
RMISA Championships   4th   11th       
NCAA Championships    17th  7th

2011                  GS    SL

Utah Invite           DNF   DNC
Montana State Invite  2nd   16th   
RMISA Qualifier       10th  2nd
New Mexico Invite     8th   19th
Denver Invite         5th   DQ
RMISA Championships   DNC   3rd   
NCAA Championships    3rd   DQ

2010                  GS    SL  
Utah Invite           3rd   9th   
Montana State Invite  7th   5th
RMISA Qualifier       12th  7th
New Mexico Invite     27th  29th
Nevada Invite         6th   10th
RMISA Championships   3rd   5th
NCAA Championships    10th  29th

2009                  GS    SL    
Seawolf Invite        1st   1st    
UAA Invite            39th  28th   
Colorado Invite       1st   1st   
RMISA Qualifier       1st   2nd  
Denver Invite         1st   2nd   
RMISA Championships   7th   19th 
NCAA Championships    4th   7th


Position: Alpine
Year: Senior
Hometown: Calgary, Alberta
Club: Sunshine Ski Club
Experience: 4 Letters
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