2013 (Track): Struggling with plantar fasciitis and sesamoiditis in her big toe. Looking to regain health and compete at some point.
2012: Could be the missing ingredient for the Mustangs...With a personal best of 17:45, the goal is to get Parkinson off of the ground, and to get her to the greatest running potential of her life.
2011: Working her way back to health, Coach Schroeder anticipates Parkinson will lead the 2011 women's cross country squad to what could be their first ever team appearance at the NAIA Cross Country National Championships this coming fall.
2010: Parkinson's freshman campaign was historic. Setting a new school record for cross country during the fall, Parkinson ran a personal best of 18:22, and helped her team to the best team time in school history at the Conference Championships. In the spring, Parkinson became the first woman in the history of The Master's College to qualify for the NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships on the track, running an incredible 17:45 for 5000m at the Occidental Distance Carnival. Plagued by injury following her national qualification, Parkinson was unable to compete at Nationals.
High School: Was the number one female distance runner for running powerhouse Canyon High School...