2004-05 -- Saw action in 26 matches and produced a 15-11 record ... won the first six matches of the season, but struggled as the season ended, losing seven of the last 10 matches ... recorded a 15-7 record in three-game competitions, but was 0-4 in four and five-game matches ... played the majority of his matches between Nos. 6, 7 and 8 ... earned an undefeated mark (5-) at the No. 6 spot, a 3-4 record at No. 7 and was 5-7 at No. 8 ... posted back-to-back victories over traditionally-strong Denison and Hobart.
2003-04 -- Produced a 15-13 record primarily playing the No. 6 spot on the ladder ... won seven of his first-eight matches of the season, including a 3-1 triumph over Denison's Sachin Obaid ... dropped a heartbreaker against Franklin & Marshall's Karan Behal at the CSA Team Championship after coming back from two games down.
2002-03 -- Like classmate Patrick Kruse, Parashar also produced a 5-2 record in the seven matches in which he played ... dropped two of his first-three matches, but ended the season with a 4-0 mark ... among those final wins was a 3-0 triumph over Academy rival Air Force ... saw action at No. 8 (2-1) and No. 9 (3-1) ... played just one five-game match in which he came up short against Hobart's Richard Reutter.
Personal -- A 2002 graduate of the Singapore American School, Parashar was a varsity player for his high school's tennis squad ... high school team was the IASAS Tennis Championship in 2001 ... served as senior class president ... member of the French Honor Society ... father, Bharat, was a former professional squash player and was ranked as high as No. 8 in the world ... majoring in aerospace engineering ... son of Bharat and Arceli Parashar ... born June 2, 1984, in Singapore.