Parkland College

Parkland College Athletics
2400 West Bradley Avenue Champaign, IL 61821
NJCAA Illinois Midwest
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Tim Notz

Tim Notz returns as head coach for Parkland Women’s Soccer. His coaching career, which started in 2007, has included coaching at the youth soccer level in Colorado, Texas, Illinois, and also as head coach for the men’s club soccer team at Colorado School of Mines. In 2010, Notz helped the Mines Club team qualify for their first trip to the national tournament. He has his USSF C Coaching License, USC Advanced National Diploma, and USC Goalkeeping Level 1 Diploma.


At Parkland, Notz has enjoyed helping players develop as they continue their careers after Parkland. He believes that technical improvement should always be at the forefront for every player's career. The team environment is also important at Parkland, as the goal is to play in the national tournament every season. To do that, Notz stresses the need for players to work hard, but to also work hard for each other. Every year brings new challenges, and how we respond to those challenges will define our season.

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Patrice Salerno

Coach Salerno is in her first season on the Parkland women's soccer coaching staff after previous coaching stints at Decatur Christian High School and Urbana High School.


Salerno got her first experience coaching during her junior year of college at Millikin University as an assistant coach at Decatur Christian High School. After serving as the head coach at Decatur Christian for two years, Salerno joined the Urbana coaching staff for the 2017-18 season.


Prior to coaching, Salerno played soccer collegiately at Millikin University after playing club soccer from Under-9 through U-18.


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