Sydney Parr is a 2016 graduate of North Little Rock High School, North Little Rock, Arkansas. A four-year starter, Parr lead her team with three back to back state championships and four state championship appearances. Parr broke the state record recording the most triples (3) in a single championship game and hit a combined .600+ in all four championship outings. Additionally, Parr was a four-time Arkansas Gazette All Preps Team member, four time All State, four time all conference, All Star team member, Wendy’s Player of the Year, PGF Southern Region All American, Captain of her team, MVP and Female Athlete of the Year. Upon completion of Parr’s eighth grade year, she was offered and committed to the University of Arkansas Softball program. A 2020 graduate, Parr graduated with a B.A., Journalism with Honors. Parr, starting center fielder for the University of Arkansas, maintained a four-year team leadership role voted on by coaches and team members, is a four-time Southeast Conference Academic All American, four-year recipient of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-American Scholar Athlete, recipient of the Cosida Collegiate Athlete All District First Team 2020 and was inducted into the Arkansas Softball Hall of Fame. Parr served a four-year SAAC representative position acting as liaison between the University of Arkansas, the SEC and NCAA. Working within SAAC to strengthen the University of Arkansas athletics department. Parr was also called upon to host the SEC Commissioner during appearances at the University of Arkansas and served as a liaison between the Commissioner and student athlete panels. As important as her contribution on the field, Parr spent four years as the University of Arkansas softball team community outreach coordinator. Parr was named to the SEC Community Service Team two consecutive years and was the first recipient of the HOGSPY Award- Lee Spence Cup Champion. Since graduation, Parr gives forty-five to fifty lessons per week. Parr travels in and out of state developing players and teams through team practices, clinics and camps as well as speaking engagements. Before graduation, Parr spent two summers interning for the MLB Network and The Mets Organization, working within the Player Development and Community Outreach division of the Mets.