The Black Knights will be in action Friday and Saturday at the Lichtenberg Tennis Center
"Maya is a very strong doubles player and has a natural leadership ability. She's tenacious on the court, and we're hoping for her to have a really nice year." -Head Coach Paul Peck
2013-14: Substantial contributor during her junior season at West Point ... ended the season with a 13-5 singles record ... claimed an 8-1 victory over Maggie McLaughlin of Navy ... grabbed three Patriot League wins over Colgate, Holy Cross and Loyola ... finished doubles play with a 6-7 record ... saw playing time with four teammates ... posted a 2-1 record with Alyssa Hanson ... was 1-3 with Nan Porter and 0-3 with Margaret Iliev ... claimed a 3-0 record with all three wins coming over Patriot League opponents matched up with Taler Brazell ... victories came over Lehigh, Lafayette and Colgate ... named team's Most Improved Singles Player.
2012-13: Primarily played in tournaments as a sophomore ... advanced deep into the Hampton Roads Invitational and later the Cornell Winter Invite as a singles player ... won her only singles (vs. Sacred Heart) and doubles (vs. Manhattan) dual matches of the year ... went 3-7 in singles and 4-7 in doubles for the season.
2011-12: Went a perfect 7-0 in dual-match singles play ... split time between Nos. 4, 5 and 6 singles ... capped the regular season with a 6-1, 6-0 victory over Carolyn Chandley of Holy Cross ... earned a 5-2 doubles record alongside classmate Alyssa Gleason during the fall tournament season ... totaled an 11-6 overall doubles record, including 4-1 in duals ... teamed with junior co-captain Larraine Saavedra for three dual-match wins.
High School: Three-star recruit out of the California Academy of Math and Science ... two-time all-league selection ... team MVP.
Personal: Maya Parker ... born Sept. 6, 1993, in Torrance, Calif. ... daughter of William and Chandrea Parker ... likes to hang out with family and friends in her free time ... career highlight was coming from behind to win in the finals of a tournament despite spraining her ankle and losing the first set ... credits her parents with having the most influence on her tennis career ... Sociology major.