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 Cody Parker

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2016: OUTDOOR – Concluded collegiate career with third All-America honor in javelin at NCAA Championships … placed second at NCAAs with toss of 228-11 … named All-West Region in javelin … won first career GNAC title in javelin with toss of 214.3, helping Seawolves to team title … posted season-best toss of 234-7 at Nike Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays, March 30, ranking No. 1 headed into NCAA meet. 

2015: INDOOR – Did not compete. OUTDOOR – Qualified for third straight NCAA Championships in javelin, taking ninth with toss of 216-2 … named All-West Region and All-Conference in javelin after finishing second with season-best mark of 216-3 at GNAC Championships … helped Seawolves to second-place team result … also finished second in javelin at OSU High Performance meet with toss of 213-9 … named GNAC Athlete of the Week, May 4.

2014: INDOOR – Reshirted. OUTDOOR – Finished second in javelin at UNLV Invitational with a mark of 209-5, qualifying him provisionally for National meet. Shortly afterwards, had to sit out the rest of season due to an injury ... granted medical redshirt.

2013: OUTDOOR – Became third Seawolf to capture a NCAA title in track & field and first in javelin ... furnished second-best throw ever in Div. II at 255-10 at the National meet on May 25 in Pueblo, Colo., helping UAA to 16th-place team finish … qualified automatically for NCAAs with a mark of 234-4 at the Long Beach Invite – improving his own then-GNAC record … earned GNAC Athlete of the Week honors on April 22, before being awarded GNAC’s Male Athlete of the Year at end of season.

2012: Made NCAA debut in javelin, collecting All-America honors with third-place finish and league-record toss of 232-5 on May 26 … named All-Region and All-Conference … named GNAC’s Track & Field Freshman of the Year … automatically qualified for the NCAAs with toss of 215-4 at Long Beach State Invite on April 21.

BEFORE UAA: Canada’s No. 1 junior men’s javelin thrower – proclaimed by Athletics Canada – after furnishing silver medal at 2011 Pan American Jr. Championships ... produced personal-best toss of 241 feet, 1 inch at Pan Ams ... took gold medal at 2011 Western Canada Summer Games with mark of 208-10 (63.66 meters).

MAJOR: Geological sciences.



 

Position: Throws
Year: Senior
Hometown: Comox, B.C.
High School: Highland Secondary School
Experience: 2 Letters
Cody Photos:
UAA outside hitter Chrisalyn Johnson rips a kill off the Simon Fraser block during the No. 12 Seawolves' 25-19, 25-19, 25-14 sweep Saturday night.
Sweeping into 1st  MORE
Senior setter Morgan Hooe surpassed the 3,000 career assists plateau in Thursday's victory at No. 20 Western Washington.
VB vanquishes Vikes  MORE
The five-event initiative will kick off Oct. 7 at the UAA vs Minnesota hockey game
Seawolves vs Cancer  MORE
Individual tickets for the game are priced at $12 and can be purchased in Anchorage at the Alaska Airlines Center Terry Homan Box Office, Monday thought Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Exhibition tickets on sale  MORE
Washington native Diana Fa'amausili (left) will play her first collegiate match in her home state Thursday when the Seawolves face Western Washington in a Top 20 showdown in Bellingham.
Top 20 matchup Thurs.  MORE
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