Idaho Point Guard Signs with Titans
Isabella Lewis, point guard from Capital High School in Boise, Idaho has signed a Letter of Intent to play basketball for the Lady Titans. Lewis averaged 6 points, 4 steals, 2 assists and 2 rebounds. Lewis led the Eagles to an 18-13 overall record and a 16-11 record in the Southern Idaho conference, the toughest league in Idaho.
Coach Sheley is anxious to have Lewis on campus next season to add depth at the point guard and other guard positions. Her speed will be another welcome addition to the squad.
The entire Titan coaching staff and team welcome Isabella to Lane Community College! GO TITANS!!
Grumbley Retires From Women's Basketball
Kevin Grumbley, an assistant with the Women’s Basketball program has retired from coaching after eighteen years at Lane. Grumbley first joined the staff as a volunteer assistant in the Fall of 1999 under current Head Coach Greg Sheley.
During his eighteen years, Kevin has helped the Titans to the NWAC tournament sixteen years in a row, winning an unprecedented five titles, playing in two other championship games and going to the Final Four thirteen seasons.
Grumbley has been a big factor in sending over 50 players on to four -year colleges and universities during his tenure. For the past five seasons he has acted as the offensive coordinator helping the Titans to lead the NWAC in scoring four times. During the 2015-2016 season, Lane averaged 88.4 points per game a school record.
During his tenure at Lane, Coach Grumbley finished his B.A. at Western Oregon University, married his wife Leigha and welcomed their first child, Parker. Kevin has plans to enter private business.
The entire Lane coaching staff, current players, past players and athletic department are very appreciative of Kevin’s efforts for almost two decades and wish him the very best in the future!
Rodriguez Inks Letter of Intent with Division II Notre Dame de Namur
Jordan Rodriguez, sophomore point guard, from Sunnyside, Washington has signed a letter of intent to play at Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont, California. Rodriguez helped lead the Titans to a 57-6 record in her career at Lane, including winning the 2015 NWAC Championship. This past season she also led the NWAC in assists averaging 6.5 per game.
Jordan, this past season, averaged 10.8 points, 6.5 assists and 6.6 rebounds per game. She also finished her career in the top ten in several statistical categories, season assists 3rd, career assists 6th and 10th in career three pointers made. These accomplishments followed her high school career that saw her become the all-time leading scorer at Sunnyside High School.
During her time at Lane, Jordan excelled academically earning a AAOT, AGS and her Basic Health Care certificate. Rodriguez is planning to major in Kinesiology at NDDNU.
Jordan joins four other teammates from the 2015 championship team that have
signed with Division II programs over the past two years.
Everyone in the Lane Women's basketball program wishes Jordan the best the next two years and is extremely proud of her career at Lane. Good Luck Jordan!
Camas Guard Inks Letter Of Intent With Women's Basketball
Emma Jones, 5’10” guard/wing from Camas High School, Camas, Washington has signed a Letter of Intent to play basketball at Lane Community College next season.
Jones led her team to the quarterfinals of the 2017 4A Washington state tournament where they were defeated by Moses Lake. Jones averaged 7 points and 8 rebounds per game at the Tacoma Dome.
During the regular season, Emma filled up the stat sheet averaging 10.2 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals per game. For her efforts she was selected 4AGSHL 1st team All-Conference her senior season.
Coach Sheley is very excited to have Emma aboard for next season, “I think her length will be a factor defensively plus she just seems to do everything well on the basketball floor.”
Jones has grandparents in the area and knows Lane well which helped tip the scales in the Titans favor. The women’s staff and its players welcome Emma to the program! GO TITANS!!!
Century High Star Signs With Titans
Megan Still, 5’9” guard from Century High School, Hillsboro, Oregon has signed a Letter of Intent to play basketball for Coach Sheley's women's team for the 2017-201 season.
Megan averaged 15 points per game this season along with 8 rebounds. She averaged 35% from the three point line this season
Still was voted the Jaguar Most Valuable Player this season. Additionally on the academic side, she received an Accountability Award and Academic Achievement award this senior year.
Coach Sheley is excited to have Megan on campus next season and expects her to become a major contributor this season. "Megan is a tremendous all-around player who can play all the guard positions and lock down other teams players on defense" says Sheley.
The entire Titan coaching staff and team welcome Megan to Lane Community College! GO TITANS!!
Hall’s 35 points leads Lane over Clackamas
OREGON CITY — Sarah Hall had 35 points and 10 rebounds to lead Lane over Clackamas in a Northwest Athletic Conference women’s basketball game Saturday.
Hall was 13 of 19 from the field and 9 of 14 from the line. She did not attempt a three-pointer. Jordan Rodriguez added 13 points, seven rebounds and seven assists for the Titans (21-4, 10-2).
Sydni Dalton, Brittany McCormick and Katie Krammerer each had 12 points for the Cougars (15-9, 7-5).
Carrier, Rodriguez lead Titan women to victory
COOS BAY — Sierra Carrier and Jordan Rodriguez each had 17 points and eight rebounds for Lane Community College in an 84-73 Northwest Athletic Conference women’s basketball win against Southwestern Oregon on Wednesday. Asha Tullock also had 14 points, and Sarah Hall had 13 points and nine rebounds for the Titans (19-3, 8-1 NWAC).
Lane women rout Mount Hood
GRESHAM — Lane crushed host Mount Hood 90-34 in a Northwest Athletic Conerence women’s basketball game Saturday.
The Titans (18-3, 7-1) out rebounded the Saints (6-15, 1-8) 62-30, led by Sarah Hall with 15 boards and reserve Rachel Fielder with nine. Lane outscored Mt. Hood 22-4 on second-chance points.
Fielder led all scorers with 23 points, Jordan Rodriguez had 16 and eight rebounds and Sierra Carrier added 16 points and six boards.
Lane led 41-14 at halftime
Lane women’s basketball holds off Linn-Benton
ALBANY — Sarah Hall had 29 points and eight rebounds Wednesday in leading the Lane women’s basketball team to an 81-75 win at Linn-Benton.
The Titans led 42-33 at halftime and held on down the stretch thanks to a big free-throw advantage. Lane (16-3, 5-1 NWAC South) was 24-of-38 from the foul line for the game while the Roadrunners (11-8, 4-3) were 12-of-18.
The score was tied with just over a minute remaining but Lane got a steal and led Hall for a layup to break the tie, and the Titans made 7-of-8 free throws down the stretch.
Sierra Carrier had 22 points and 12 rebounds for Lane, and Asha Tullock added 11 points.