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  • image Parkland Softball heats up Parkland Softball heats up the spring

    As the weather starts to heat up, Parkland’s softball team is beginning to do the same thing.  The now fifth nationally ranked team has an outstanding 16-5 record, and has won their last four games, bringing them to a total of eight wins out of 10.

  • image Cobra baseball hits the south Cobra baseball hits the south

    The Parkland Baseball Team began the 2014 year ranked fourteenth in the country. The first weekend of the season had the Cobras traveling to Millington, Tennessee, where the team faced some very tough competition.

  • image Basketball playoffs bring excitement for Cobras Basketball playoffs bring excitement for Cobras

    With the regular seasons ending and the playoffs starting up, the Parkland Men’s and Women’s Basketball Teams are eager to put it all out on the floor and compete for regional championships.

  • Parkland’s Hall of Fame inductees shine

    Every year the Parkland College Athletic Department chooses six individuals or teams that have excelled at their sport. The 2014 Hall of Fame class was inducted on Saturday, Feb. 22 during halftime of the men’s basketball game against Illinois Central College.

  • image Cobras use torrid second half shooting to beat Illinois Wesleyan Cobras use torrid second half shooting to beat Illinois Wesleyan JV 80–69

    The Parkland Men's Basketball team broke out of a month-long shooting slump on Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014 as they shot a torrid 61% in the second half to beat the Illinois Wesleyan JV 80-69.

  • image Parkland's Charmers Dance Team Parkland's Charmers Dance Team faces cuts, ends spring season early

    Competitive dance may be a sport that is not as well known as basketball, baseball or volleyball at Parkland College, but the team itself was successful during its time in the athletics program.

  • Women use fast start, strong finish, to knock off John Wood

    The #24 Parkland Women's Basketball team used a fast start and a strong finish on Saturday as they defeated John Wood 82-71 to keep pace in the M-WAC race.

  • Cobra Men’s Basketball lose at Wood

    Following a recent trend of slow starts in the first half, the Parkland Men fell behind early and lost to #17 John Wood 77-65 in Quincy.

  • image Cobra’s Softball enters 2014 season Cobra’s Softball enters 2014 season

    Parkland Women’s Softball is entering the 2014 season with their first game on Tuesday, March 4, 2014 against Rend Lake in Ina, Illinois.

    Last season proved to be a great one for Parkland softball as the Lady Cobras finished with a record of 38 and 11 before losing in the regional semifinals to Lincoln Land Community College.

  • image Featured athletes of the month Hannah Wascher Seniour and Wascher lead the way

    With both men and women’s basketball at Parkland entering the heart and the heat of the conference season, there are two athletes on both teams that have stood out amongst all the others.

  • image Recruiting necessary for successful team Recruiting necessary for a successful team

    Recruiting is an aspect of coaching that can be harder than it may seem. Recruiting not only takes time, but it also takes a toll on a coach, as they spend many hours a day traveling just to watch certain athletes play because they want them to be a part of a winning program.

  • image Men's Basketball remain undefeated Men’s Basketball remain undefeated

    Parkland basketball is back for the second semester with a record of 6-0. The team has been solid since the turn of the calendar with wins over Black Hawk East, ABCD Prep, Morton, Central Michigan Club, Millikin JV and Lincoln.