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                                             2016 Parkland College Men's Soccer Roster
0 Luke Dobbelare  SO  GK
 Perryville, MO
1  Matt Sharman  SO  GK  Ramsgate, England
2 Josh Littlewood FR. Def. Worksop, England
3 Juan Garcia FR. Mid. Champaign, Il. 
4Aidan Reilly SO. Mid.  Champaign, Il. 
5 Keenan Meddings SO. Def. Birmingham, England
6 Daniel White SO. Def. Sheffield, England 
7 Johnny Pugh FR.  Mid, Sheffield, England
 Carlos Martinez SO.  Mid.  Puerto Ordaz, Venezuela 
9 Nate Allison FR.  Def.  Hoopeston, Il. 
10  Alex Zarco SO.  Mid.  Champaign. Il.  
11  Gesi Muharremi SO.Fwd.
 Urbana, Il. 
12 Emmauel Komba SO. Mid.   Champaign, Il. 
13 Patrick Kuanda  FR.Mid.   Buford. GA. 
14 Paulo Pereira  SO. Def.   Lisbon, Portugal
 15 Niles Smith SO. Fwd.   Collinsville, Il. 
 16 Tanner Kidwell FR. Fwd. Berea, KY.
 20 Jeremie Mafumba FR.Fwd.  Champaign, Il. 
 21 Vitor Santos SO.Mid.   Rio de Jeneiro, Brazil
 22 Dan Silva FR.  Fwd.  Valencia, Venezuela


Mark Sikora 

Head Coach 
  • Office: P204
  • Telephone: 217-369-1171
  • Email:
  Coach Sikora begins his 10th season at the helm of the Cobras coming off a (13-4) season and a second straight Mid-West Athletic Conference title. In addition to winning three M-WAC titles (2008, 2014, and 2015), Sikora has coached numerous top level players. NJCAA All-American Devon Munch (2008) as well as NSCA All-American's Patrick Mabeya in 2006 and Eddie Sayon in 2007.  Most recently his teams included 2015 M-WAC Forward of the Year Daniel Kadima and 2013 Defender of the Year Claudio Galbraith.  Other top level performers include Bruno Ferreira, Trevor Kohlrus, and Kenny Kranz.  Cobra Soccer players have excelled in the classroom as well as six have earned NJCAA Academic All-American recognition including Daniel White from last years squad.
Sikora, who is licensed by the USSF, came to PC from Centennial where has a record of 89-17-7 and led the Charger Boys teams to five Big 12 titles, three Regional titles, and two sectional championships. He also coached the Charger Girls' achieving a record of 100-14-8 earning five conference and regional titles, four sectional titles, and made three Elite Eight appearances.
Sikora was a three-year starter at Centennial was an All-Conference honoree in 1990.  He also played for the Little Illini Soccer Club.  He earned his BA degree from Illinois state in 1995 and his Master's from Illinois in 2011. He and his wife Nicole. have two daughters Isabel (13) and Chloe (8) and live in Urbana. He teaches History at Centennial HS (20 years) in addition to his coaching duties
Tim Ward
Asst. Coach 
Ward is in his first year as an assistant coach after a highly successful college and professional career. After playing one year (2004) for St. Louis University where he was named First Team All-Freshman and Second Team All-Conference and All-Midwest District, Ward was drafted 12th over-all by the NY Metrostars in 2005.  He played eight seasons in the MLS for NY, Columbus Crew, Chicago Fire, and the San Jose Earthquake,  He also has played in several international events. He represented the US at the U-23, U-20. U-18, and U-17 levels including trips to South Korea and Ireland. He led the U-17 team with 35 appearances including 30 starts.  Was past of the U-20 World Youth Championship team but missed the tournament due to injury. 

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