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Following his second season as the Head Coach at Lyon College, a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA), Parman led the young Scots to a 7-11-1 overall record after seeing new faces in their new conference (American Midwest Conference). The Scots were an extremely young team, starting 7 Freshmen the majority of the season. They were led by the 2012 Freshmen Player of the Year, Maria Amanda Monterroso with 20 goals and 3 assists, while also garnering 1st Team All-Conference. A total of 4 were selected as American Midwest All-Conference Team as the Scots once again made their way into postseason play, before dropping out in the American Midwest Conference Tournament to William Woods University in the Quarterfinals.
In 2011, he led the Scots back to a TranSouth Conference Tournament berth defeating Cumberland University in the quarterfinals after falling to Martin Methodist in the semifinals after their sixth consecutive winning season, going 10-9 overall. Scots had five all-conference players, four first-team All-South Region players, and one NAIA Academic All-American.
The Scots have also gathered some national attention receiving votes for the national rankings in 09’, 10’, and 11’.
Parman joins the Scots after serving as the assistant men's and women's soccer coach at Hendrix College in Conway, Arkansas. He was on the staff that in just two years helped turn both programs from the bottom of the table to competing in the top half of their well respected conferences. In 2009, the women's program set numerous school records including most wins in a season (10), goals allowed in a season (13), and five players also set individual records including, including standout goalkeeper Allison Mosley's seven shutouts.
Parman also currently is a member of the Arkansas ODP program where he serves as not only a head coach but also the Arkansas ODP goalkeeper coach. He is also a senior coach as well as the Director of Goalkeeping for the Arkansas Rush soccer club. He was on the staff that helped take the '94 girls team to a runner-up finish in the National President's Cup in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.
Parman, a native of Cedar Rapids, Iowa played collegiately at Luther College in Decorah, IA. He was a starter on a very successful team that made 4 straight IIAC Tournament berths as he lettered all four years as the starting goalkeeper and ranks 5th all-time with a 1.08 GAA.
Parman earned his bachelor degree from Luther College in Business Management with an emphasis in Sports Management.
In the classroom, Parman's teams are one of the top academic groups in both the TranSouth Conference and now the American Midwest Conference, recording over a 3.0 cumulative GPA since he took over the program. In 2011 and 2012 the Scots received the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Team Academic Award.
2011 Lyon College Women's Soccer Superlatives
NAIA Scholar Athlete
NAIA All-South Team
First-Team All-American Midwest Conference
Maria Amanda Monterroso
Honorable Mention All-American Midwest Conference
First-Team All-TranSouth Conference
Second-Team All-TranSouth Conference
2011 NSCAA Team Academic Awards
Conference Scholar Athletes
|1||Stephanie Spiteri||SO||GK||5-7||Hayward, Calif.||Mt, Eden H.S.|
|2||Katy Nalven||JR||D||5-6||Tempe, Ariz.||Marcos de Niza H.S.|
|3||Lea Pascal||SR||D||5-8||Aarhus, Denmark||Western Texas C.C.|
|4||Kyleigh Easter||FR||M/F||5-6||Haslet, Tex.||Northwest H.S.|
|5||Mariana Rivera Pivarai||FR||M||5-8||Guatemala City, Guatemala||American School of Guatemala|
|6||Grainne Byrne||FR||D/M||5-6||Malin, Ireland||Carndonagh Comm. School|
|7||Julia Medina||FR||F||5-7||St. Louis, Mo.||Nerinx Hall H.S.|
|8||Maria Amanda Monterroso||FR||F||5-5||Guatemala City, Guatemala||The Village School|
|9||Shelby Frazier||FR||M/F||5-6||Mountain Home, Ark.||Mountain Home H.S.|
|10||Marcela Perez Sanchez||FR||M||5-6||Guatemala City, Guatemala||American School of Guatemala|
|11||Vicky King||FR||D||5-6||Port of Spain, Trinidad||Rockwall H.S.|
|12||Nicole Rodriguez||FR||D||5-7||Guatemala City, Guatemala||Interamericano H.S.|
|13||Chandler Rae||SO||M||5-4||Harrison, Ark.||Harrison H.S.|
|14||Sylvia Zavala||FR||D/M||5-5||Jonesboro, Ark.||Jonesboro H.S.|
|16||Amanda Marra||SR||M||5-4||Las Vegas, Nev.||Valley H.S.|
|18||Kelsey McGuirk||SR||D/M||5-3||Broken Arrow, Okla.||Union H.S.|
|19||Kara Blackwell||FR||M||5-7||Conway, Ark.||Conway H.S.|
|20||Monica Ayala||FR||M/F||5-4||Bogota, Colombia||Martin Methodist College|
|21||Maria Beatriz Alonzo Ruiz||FR||F||5-3||Guatemala City, Guatemala||Colegio Evelyn Rogers H.S.|
|23||Hannah Osmon||FR||M/F||5-6||Mountain Home, Ark.||Mountain Home H.S.|
|26||Amanda Janczewski||FR||D||5-6||Hot Springs, Ark.||Lakeside H.S.|