Finished with 9-5 record and 125 strikeouts…had a 4.67 earned run average as the Noles Friday night starter throughout the season…bookended his final season in garnet and gold with a pair of remarkable performances…part of a combined no-hitter on Opening Day against Maine, throwing five scoreless innings for FSU’s 10th no-no in school history…ended his career with eight scoreless innings against No. 5 Arkansas in the opening game of the College World Series, FSU’s first victory in the CWS opener since 1999…against the Razorbacks, went toe-to-toe with second round pick Isaiah Campbell and struck out nine batters while giving up just five hits in the Noles 1-0 win…struck out a season-high 13 batters in just 5.2 innings in the ACC Tournament against Wake Forest…also had 12 strikeouts against No. 16 Clemson and 10 against Wake Forest…became the first Nole since Sean Gilmartin in 2010-11 with at least 100 strikeouts in consecutive seasons…finished his career with 49 career starts (ninth in FSU history) and 346 strikeouts (fifth at FSU)…ranked third in the ACC in strikeouts and led the league with 18 starts.
Started all 16 appearances, finishing 5-1 with a 2.52 earned run average and 128 strikeouts in 107.0 innings pitched…opponents hit just .186 off Parrish…All-ACC first team and All-Atlantic Region first team pitcher…notched complete games in his final two appearances of the season, against NC State in the ACC Tournament and Mississippi State in the NCAA Tournament…struck out a career-high 14 Wolfpack batters in the ACC Tournament, tying the FSU record in an ACC Tournament game (Randy Choate vs. NC State, 1997)…the 14 strikeouts were the most for a Seminole since Luke Weaver struck out 14 against Troy in 2013…struck out 13 against Miami (4/27), allowing just four hits in eight innings in FSU’s 2-0 win, earning a Golden Spikes Award Performance of the Week nomination…struck out at least 10 batters in four of his final six appearances – Miami (13, 4/27); Mount St. Mary’s (11, 5/11); NC State (5/17, 10); and NC State (5/25, 14)…allowed just one run at No. 6 Clemson (5/5)…earned wins against Xavier (2/18), Notre Dame (3/17), Miami (4/27), Mount St. Mary’s (5/11) and NC State (5/25)…finished in the top five in the ACC in hits allowed per nine innings (1st, 5.97), WHIP (1st, 1.01), starts (2nd, 16), complete games (2nd, 2), strikeouts (2nd, 128), ERA (4th, 2.52) and strikeouts/9 IP (5th, 10.77)…played summer ball for the Team USA Collegiate National Team with teammate CJ Van Eyk.
Made 19 appearances in the 2017 season and started 15 games…ended the year with a 6-3 record, along with 93 strikeouts through 91.2 innings pitched…made his collegiate debut on February 18 against VCU when he pitched a one-run ninth inning before Florida State claimed the 12-3 victory…picked up his first win of the season on his first career start on February 26 against Samford with his six inning, one-run performance that came with six strikeouts…pitched six shutout innings on March 11 against Boston College, where he was able to tally five more strikeouts and add on his second win of the season…pitched a career game on March 25 at Notre Dame with a complete game, one-unearned run outing that earned the Seminoles a 5-1 win, with the Fighting Irish offense notching just three hits…hurled seven and two-third innings in the series finale against Pacific, where he held the Tigers to just three runs, giving him his fourth quality start of the year…came in to pitch in relief in the ACC Championship game against North Carolina on May 28 in which he pitched 2.2 hitless innings to help lead FSU to the 7-3 victory…pitched a dominant 7.1 innings in the first game of the Tallahassee Regional, as he allowed just one run and struck out a season-high 12 Tennessee Tech batters on June 2…threw five scoreless innings of two-hit baseball while leading the Seminoles to the 19-0 Super Regional win over Sam Houston State, sending Florida State into their 22nd College World Series.
Graduated from Rockledge High School in Rockledge, Fla….2016 Rawlings/Perfect Game honorable mention All-American…named to the Florida All-Region second team…ranked the No. 7 left-handed pitcher in Florida by Perfect Game…fastball can dip into the low 90s…majored in environment and society…born December 8, 1997.