|High School:||Shadle Park|
AS A TRANSFER IN 2005-2006: Sat out the season due to NCAA transfer rules.
AS A JUNIOR IN 2004-05: Started at point guard in 24 of 28 games ... Earned Big Sky Conference All-Academic honors for the third-straight season ... finished the season averaging 4.3 assists per game after leading Eastern in that category 16 times. With 284 assists in his 89-game career (3.2 per game), he finished just 12 from earning a spot on Eastern's top 10 career list ... started 36 of those 89 games, and averaged 5.9 points and 2.1 rebounds while making 39 percent of his field goals, 35 percent of his three-point attempts (57-of-161) and 79.1 percent of his free throws (144-of-182) ... career free throw percentage ranks seventh in EWU history ... registered career-high 15 points against Montana on Jan. 29 when he made 3-of-4 three-point attempts and added five steals ... duplicated that with 15 points at Northern Arizona on Feb. 5 ... equaled career-high with eight assists in a victory over Cal Poly on Nov. 22, and duplicated that with eight against Weber State ... had seven assists and a career-high four steals in Eastern's win over Northern Arizona on Jan. 6.
AS A SOPHOMORE IN 2003-04: Earned Big Sky Conference All-Academic honors for the second-straight season ... started 11 games, including the last four of the season ... led the Eagles in assists nine times while averaging 5.8 points, 2.7 assists and 2.4 rebounds per game and making 80.0 percent of his free throws (52-of-65) .. in conference play, he averaged 7.4 points, 2.6 assists and 2.6 rebounds, while making 85.1 percent of his free throws (40-of-47) to rank third in the Big Sky ... recorded a 14-point effort against Idaho State and scored nine of Eastern's last 14 points in the game, including a basket with 18.4 seconds remaining to knot the score at 84 and send the game into a second overtime ... scored in double figures in six games, including three of the last eight games.
AS A FRESHMAN IN 2002-2003: Earned Big Sky Conference All-Academic honors ... late in the season, the true freshman had the best week of season finishing with 18 points and eight assists in losses to Weber State and Idaho State ... made 4-of-10 shots from the field and 7-of-9 free throws, and had three steals in a total of 43 minutes of action. He had six assists against Weber State, then had a career-high 14 points versus Idaho State to lead the Eagles in scoring ... scored 13 points versus San Diego State in just the third game of his career and had a season-high eight assists versus Concordia in just his sixth game.
HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION: A 2002 graduate of Shadle Park High School ... finished his prep career with 1,355 points ... led Shadle Park to a 48-11 record his last two seasons, and was coached by Darcy Weisner ... as a senior, he averaged 18.6 points and made 90 percent of his free throws and earned first team all-state honors as selected by sportswriters ... also earned second team All-State honors from the Seattle Times, was selected to the Spokesman-Review All-Area team and was a first team All-Greater Spokane League selection ... named league MVP, winning the honor over Gonzaga's Sean Mallon from Ferris High School ... helped lead Shadle Park to a fifth-place finish at the State 4A Tournament, earning All-Tournament honors as the Highlanders finished with a 24-6 record ... after the season, he scored 17 points as Washington lost to Oregon 78-73 in the Northwest Shootout in Portland, Ore. ... was a first team All-GSL selection as a junior and led Shadle Park to a 24-5 record ... earned Spokesman-Review All-Area honors as he averaged 19.2 points per game ... Highlanders placed third at the State 4A Tournament as he earned All-Tournament accolades that season as well.
PERSONAL DATA: Born in Wenatchee, Wash. ... son of John and Cathy Pariseau ... has two younger brothers, Joey and Johnny, and two younger sisters, Annie and Marie ... father played college basketball at the University of Puget Sound, as well as for the Brewster Heights Packing team that was a national AAU powerhouse in the late 1980s ... great uncle John Pariseau played for the University of Washington in the 1950s ... Last name is pronounced "Pare-uh-SO."