On December 27, 2001, Parker dunked for the first time in competition as a 15-year-old sophomore at Naperville Central High School, this is believed to be the first slam dunk by a female athlete in Illinois.
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Parker was born on April 19, 1986 to Sara and Larry Parker in St. She has two older brothers: Anthony Parker, who is a former NBA basketball player, and Marcus Parker, who is a doctor.
Her whole family loved basketball, and she began playing at an early age.
Candace was worried about playing basketball, fearing she would not live up to the level of play her father and brother demonstrated, so she focused on playing soccer.
It wasn't until the eighth grade that her family convinced her to play basketball. Parker said of the experience, "He did things to make me mad, to challenge me, because I was so much more athletic and had so much more knowledge of the game than everyone else that sometimes I just coasted. Once I figured that out, I'd always try to go to close-by-parks." Like her older brother Anthony Parker, she attended Naperville Central High School in Naperville, Illinois in 2004.
On March 19, 2006, in an NCAA tournament first round game against Army, she became the first woman to dunk in an NCAA tournament game, then became the first woman to dunk twice in an NCAA tournament game.
She was the SEC Rookie of the Year (Coaches and AP) and helped the Lady Vols win the 2006 SEC tournament championship.
She is the younger sister of former NBA player Anthony Parker and was the first overall pick in the 2008 WNBA Draft.