OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — No matter what transpired on Saturday night, the Parkland women’s basketball team knew it was coming back to Champaign with the program’s best finish.
(Minimum 9.0 ppg)
Player, School FG FT TP AVG HG
A. Scott, Sch. Acad. 172 103 512 22.3 35
2014-15 GIRLS BASKETBALL ALL-CONFERENCE TEAMS
Final News-Gazette Top 10
TEAM (PREV.) RECORD COMMENT
1. Iroquois West (1) 28-5 Last four years, 89-34
2. St. Thomas More (2) 26-4 Last four years, 118-15
Final area standings
Big 12 Conference
TEAM CONF. OVER.
Richwoods 10-0 24-8
Peoria Central 9-1 18-14
Peoria N.D. 6-4 14-15
Normal Comm. 6-4 11-17
Why she’s Coach of the Year: In a season in which she coached her 1,000th game and earned her 700th career victory (sixth on the all-time state list), the Purple Riders compiled a 21-8 record, won a regional title and advanced to the sectional finals. Arcola also won its conference regular season and tournament crown, which was a first for this century.
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Parkland found itself in fairly unfamiliar territory midway through the second half of Friday night’s NJCAA Division II national championship semifinals — trailing.
Monroe Community College took the lead in the tightly contested game with 11 minutes to play with freshman forward Adre’onia Coleman already totaling a double-double.
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Mike Lindemann didn’t rest.
Much like the Parkland women’s basketball team he coaches didn’t let up Thursday night at the NJCAA Division II tournament. Thirty minutes after the Cobras clinched a spot in Friday night’s Final Four with a 99-71 victory against Chesapeake, Lindemann was scouting the final quarterfinal game of the day.
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CHAMPAIGN — Hannah Wascher nearly left Rantoul for greener basketball pastures several times in her high school career, but she stuck with the Eagles through thick (becoming the program’s all-time scoring leader) and mostly thin (25 wins and 90 losses in four years).
Wascher was an early commit to Karrie Redeker at Parkland.