Nyerr Parham on the Stanford student-athlete: "Stanford is a great institution for a student-athlete. For one, the term student-athlete actually applies. We work extremely hard on and off the field, which prepares us well for life after college. Also, Stanford is different from other Universities in that it does not separate athletes from non-athletes. It allows the athletes to get to know people who do not play sports at Stanford and figure out what drives other students."
As a Junior in 2005: Started fifteen games...Scored four goals and had seven shots...Recorded sixteen ground balls, nine shots on goal, thirteen turnovers and seven caused turnovers.
As a Sophomore in 2004: Saw action in 17 games, making 13 starts in the midfield and on defense...Tallied her first career goal against Northwestern (4/9)...Recorded her first career assist against Dartmouth (3/20), and assisted on another score against Davidson (4/18)...Finished the campaign with a career high three points...Recorded 13 ground balls and attempted six shots...Also registered three draw controls and six caused turnovers.
As a Freshman in 2003: Appeared in all 18 games, starting 13 of them...Earned a starting role midway through the season and started the last 12 contests...Tallied 32 ground balls on the season...Also registered 11 caused turnovers and seven draw controls.
High School: High school teammate of current Cardinal teammate Megan Burker at The Bryn Mawr School in Maryland...Academic All-American in 2002.
Personal: Parents are John and Meta Parham...Majoring in Science, Technology and Society...Hobbies include listening to music, as well as tap and jazz dance.
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