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Named to ECC Commissioner’s Honor Roll... Received Inside Lacrosse Division II Midfielder of the Year... Named IWLCA Division II Midfielder of the Year... Tabbed IWLCA First Team All-American... Crowned NCAA Statistical Champion in Draw Controls and Goals Per Game... Named IWLCA First Team All-East Region… Tabbed ECAC Offensive Player of the Year… Named ECC Midfielder of the Year… Named First Team All-ECC… Named First Team All-ECAC… Named to Inside Lacrosse Division II Midseason Player of the Year Watch…Received ECC Offensive Player of the Week (4/9, 3/19, 3/6, 2/26)… Earned ECAC Offensive Player of the Week (4/11, 3/21)… Tabbed to ECC Honor Roll (4/30, 4/23, 4/16, 3/12)… Named ECC Preseason Offensive Player of the Year… Named to Inside Lacrosse Preseason Player of the Year Watch… Appeared in and started in all 18 games… Led nation in goals, goals per game, draw controls per game and free position percentage… Ended year with school-record 97 goals and 106 points… Went 19-of-24 on free position shots… Led ECC in goals and was second in points and ground balls… Set new NCAA single-season record for draw controls with 214, breaking her record of last year… Ranked in top ten in ECC in caused turnoversLine



East Coast Conference Rookie of the Year 2015 ... All-ECC Honorable Mention ... three-time ECC Rookie of the Week ECC Goalie of the Week l ... USILA Defensive Player of the Week

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New York Red Bulls 

On March 2, 2018, Parker was traded to New York Red Bulls in exchange for Felipe, $500,000 in targeted allocation money   and a 2018 international roster slot.[  On March 6, 2018 he made his Red Bulls debut, appearing as a starter in a 2–0 victory in Mexico over Club Tijuana in the CONCACAF Champions League.  On September 30, 2018, Parker scored his first goal for New York in a 2–0 victory over Atlanta United

Vancouver Whitecaps FC 

On January 15, 2015, Parker was selected 13th overall in the 2015 MLS SuperDraft by Vancouver Whitecaps FC.   On March 30, he made his professional debut for USL affiliate club Whitecaps FC 2 in a 4–0 defeat to Cascadia rivals Seattle Sounders FC 2.  On August 5, he scored in his CONCACAF Champions League debut against the Seattle Sounders FC. Parker scored in the second leg of the 2015 Canadian Championship Final against the Montreal Impact, helping Vancouver win their first championship 4–2 on aggregate 

On June 29, 2016, Parker scored in his second straight Canadian Championship Final. Vancouver would end up losing the match in added time to Toronto FC.  He scored his first MLS goal on May 20, 2017 in a 2–0 victory against Sporting Kansas City and was later named to the MLS Team of the Week. 


Tim Parker, 21, joins Whitecaps FC after spending four seasons with the St. John's University Red Storm of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's (NCAA) Big East Conference.

The 6-foot-2, 195-pound centre back appeared in 79 of 80 Red Storm matches over the past four seasons, starting all but one of his appearances. Parker finished with four goals, two game-winners, and four assists, while anchoring a back line that posted 30 clean sheets. He also helped lead St. John's to three straight NCAA Tournament appearances (2011-2013) and the 2011 Big East Tournament title.

A native of Hicksville, New York native, Parker earned Big East honors in each of his four seasons with the Red Storm, including first-team honors as a senior and junior. He was also the program's first three-time NSCAA All-Region selection since Chris Wingert (2001-2003). Prior to his collegiate career, Parker was named a second team ESPN RISE All-American and was the Gatorade New York Boys Soccer Player of the Year. He was also a member of the United States U-18 men's national team pool. Parker, who captained the Red Storm this past season, earned a pair of first-team NSCAA All-Region selections to go along with a third-team nod as a senior. Also of note, the defender led St. John's in minutes played in two of his four seasons at the school.


Timothy Parker Named Men's Soccer Candidate for Senior CLASS Award

Senior finance major has helped lead Red Storm to three-straight NCAA Tournaments.

QUEENS, N.Y. - Senior defender Tim Parker has been selected as one of 30 men's soccer candidates for the 2014 Senior CLASS Award. To be eligible for the award, a student-athlete must be classified as an NCAA pision I senior and have notable achievements in the areas of community, classroom, character and competition.

An acronym for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School, the Senior CLASS Award focuses on the total student-athlete and encourages students to use their platform in athletics to make a positive impact as community leaders.

A team captain and a three-time BIG EAST All-Academic selection, Parker has a 3.09 GPA as a finance major.

The defender has been involved with numerous community service initiatives, including Relay For Life and St. Nick's Men's Shelter as well as the Community Mayors program.

Named to the MAC Hermann Trophy Watch List in each of the past two seasons, Parker is a two-time first team NSCAA All-Northeast Region honoree. A first team All-BIG EAST honoree as a junior, the defender earned second team all-league accolades as a sophomore and was a BIG EAST All-Rookie selection as a freshman.

Parker has appeared in all 62 games in his career, including 61 starts, and has helped the Red Storm reach the NCAA Tournament in each of the past three seasons. The defender has registered three goals, two game-winners, and three assists, while leading a defense that has posted 28 shutouts in the past three seasons.

The candidates will be narrowed down to 10 finalist's midway through the regular season. Those finalists will be placed on the official ballot, which will be distributed to media, coaches and fans through a nationwide voting system. The winner will then be announced during the 2014 College Cup in December.

Tim Parker is one of 30 men's soccer candidates for the Senior CLASS Award.


Major League Baseball
JANUARY 14, 2015

In the minor league portion of the Rule 5 draft, the Mets lost several players, including Cam Maron, a catcher who grew up in Hicksville who was then selected by the Cincinnati Reds organization and will be playing for the Triple AAA Louisville Bats team.

Cam Maron, 23, was originally selected by the Mets in the 34th round of the 2009 amateur draft. He's a .284 hitter with a .387 on-base percentage in six minor league seasons. Maron spent most of 2014 season with Single-A advanced St. Lucie, batting .282 with a .387 OBP and three home runs in 98 games. Maron was also an All Star player with St. Lucie.


August 25, 2014

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LI's Cam Maron among year-end All-Stars


DAYTONA, Fla. - The Florida State League released its 2014 All-Star Team on Tuesday and the St. Lucie Mets are represented by catcher Cam Maron.

Mets' Maron Selected to 2014 FSL All Star Team

Hicksville's Cam Maron is one of five year-end All-Stars selected from the Mets' and Yankees' organizations.

Maron, a 23-year-old, is batting .284 in 93 games through August 25. He leads the Mets in on base percentage (.394) is second on the team in walks (61). Maron has hit three home runs and and is third on the team with 49 RBIs. Defensively Maron has served as the Mets primary catcher and has caught 91 of the Mets' 132 games. Maron was also a midseason FSL All Star and caught a scoreless eighth inning in the All Star game at Bradenton. This is Maron's second season in St. Lucie. Last year he hit .235 in 84 games for the Mets.

Maron, 23, has hit .284 with a .394 on-base percentage in 93 games with the St. Lucie Mets, who play in the Single-A advanced Florida State League. The catcher had a 31-game streak of reaching base via a hit or walk snapped on Aug. 22. Maron has impressive plate discipline