Mike Parker is entering his 20th season calling Oregon State football, men’s basketball and baseball action. He has been behind the microphone for some of the school’s crowning achievements on the athletic fields, including three baseball national championships, multiple bowl games, and serves as the master of ceremonies for numerous events on and off the OSU campus.
Mike Parker is a British travel writer, living near Machynlleth in mid Wales. He grew up in Kidderminster, Worcestershire and graduated in 1989 in English and Drama from Westfield College, University of London. He was the co-author of the Rough Guide to Wales, and has also written books on four British cities, and on the gay scenes of Scotland, Ireland and Northern England. In addition, Parker has worked as a stand-up comedian. After moving to Wales in spring 2000, he became involved in televisi
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Apr 01, 2019 · Mike Parker, the Voice of the OSU Beavers, was born on August 3, 1958, in Los Angeles, California, and was adopted by George and Nancy Parker that October. Parker grew up in Hacienda Heights, California, before his family moved to Cottage Grove, Oregon, when he was fourteen years old.
Michael Parker CVO AM Private Secretary to The Duke of Edinburgh In office 1947–1957 Succeeded byJames Orr Personal details Born23 June 1920 Melbourne, Australia Died29 December 2001 Melbourne, Australia Spouse Eileen Allan Carol Thompson Jean Ramsay Children4 EducationXavier College Military service AllegianceUnited Kingdom Branch/serviceRoyal Australian Navy Royal Navy Years of service1938–1947 RankLieutenant-Commander Unit HMS Lauderdale HMS Wessex HMS Wallace Battles/warsSecond Wor
Apr 13, 2019 · According to Oregon State’s website, Parker, a University of Oregon grad, is entering his 20th season as the play-by-play voice of Beavers baseball, basketball and football. But, he’s not...
May 28, 1999 · Parker is the fifth full-time announcer for Oregon State University football and mens basketball. He succeeds Darrell Aune, who resigned in February after 29 years behind the microphone. Terms of Parkers contract were not disclosed by Beaver Sports Properties.