Shemar Parker
Shemar Parker
Height: 5-10
Year: Gr.
Hometown: New Castle, Del.
High School: A.I. DuPont
Previous College: University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Events: Multi
Major: MBA

2020 Indoor Track [at Eastern Shore]: Won the pole vault at the MEAC Indoor Track & Field Championships after clearing a height of 3.97- Named First-Team All-MEAC- Awarded team's Indoor Field Most Valuable Performer Award at the end-of-year Digital Harrys Awards- Second in the pole vault at the Cappy Anderson Invitational- Second in the pole vault at the HBCU Battle- Part of a 4x200 relay win at the Eastern Shore Multies & Combined meet- Finished sixth in the Heptathlon at the IC4A/ECAC Indoor Championships.  

2019 Outdoor Track [at Eastern Shore]: Second in the pole vault with 3.9 meters at the Eastern Shore Challenge- Fourth in the pole vault at MEAC Championships. 

2018-2019 Indoor Track [at Eastern Shore]: Named team's Rookie of the Year- Tied for 2nd with 3.3 meters in the pole vault at the Cappy Anderson Invitational -2nd in the pole vault with 3.8 meters at the HBCU Battle in Manhattan- Won the Heptathlon at the Eastern Shore Multies & Combined event- Finished fourth in the pole vault at MEAC Championships.

High School: Member of the Varsity football, basketball, and Track & Field team- USATF League -4x All-American- ESPN National Champion (2017-2018)- Two-time State-Champion, All-Conference, and All-County.

Personal: Shemar J. Parker- son of Coko and Tony Parker- has five sisters: Desiree, Quira, Destiny, Jazmine, and Keke- Has two brothers: Anthony and Dallas- pursuing an MBA from Wilmington University with aspirations to become a manager for a Fortune 500 Company- from New Castle, Del.- what he misses most about being a kid is having no bills- if he could date any celebrity he would date Bernice Burgos- favorite movie of all time is Hitch- favorite cartoon character is Ed, Ed, & Eddy- most memorable sports moment is winning the MEAC Championship- favorite professional sports team is the Dallas Cowboys- he considers his family to be his "heroes"- if he could coach any team he would coach any United States Track Team- his ultimate achievement would be to make over 10 million dollars.