Kylee O'Connor Named to 2015 Junior College Women’s Scholar All-America Team
Kansas City, MO - Sophomore Titan Kylee O'Connor was named to the 2015 NSCAA Junior College Women's Scholar All-America team, announced by the NSCAA in December.
O'Connor, a Eugene-native, has maintained a 3.9 grade point average while being dual-enrolled at Lane CC and the University of Oregon. To be nominated, a student-athlete must have at least a 3.30 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) throughout his or her career; start more than 50 percent of all games and be a significant contributor to the team.
In addition to her succes in the classroom, O'Connor was named a NWAC All-Star for her contributions on the field this Fall. She led the Titans to their second-consecutive Southern Region Championship and a spot in the NWAC playoffs.
O'Connor is also a standout on the Lane Track and Field team.
Anna Goodrie named to NSCAA All-West Region Team
Kansas City, Mo - Anna Goodrie, a sophomore from Springfield, Ore., was named to the NSCAA Junior College Division I Women's Soccer All-West Region team, announced by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America on December 10, 2015.
Goodrie has become one of the most decorated players to come through the Lane Women's Soccer program, as she has been named to the NWAC All-Star team in 2014 and 2015, and earned the NWAC Academic Excellence Award in 2015.
During her time in a Titans uniform, Goodrie led the team to it's first ever Southern Region Title as a freshmen and then to it's first ever back to back title her sophomore season. She scored 16 goals and earned 12 assists, while starting 40 of 40 games played here at Lane.
Goodrie is on track to earn her Associates degree along with a certificate in Exercise Movement Science and is currently deciding between several Division I and Division II universities where she will continue her academic and athletic career.
To see the complete list of NSCAA awards: http://www.nscaa.com/2015-nscaa-junior-college-division-i-women-s-all-west-region
Four Titans Earn NWAC Academic Excellence Award
Vancouver - Amanda Hisey, Anna Goodrie, Kylee O’Connor and Kelsie Loomis, all sophomores on the Lane Women’s Soccer team, earned the NWAC Academic Excellence Award, announced by the conference on Monday, Nov. 30.
Anna Goodrie, a sophomore from Thurston, Ore., has maintained a 3.7 GPA while pursuing her Associates of Applied Science degree at Lane. She is currently enrolled in the Exercise Movement Program, and will earn a Fitness Specialist certificate in addition to her associate degree. Goodrie was named to the NWAC All-Star team for the second straight year, after scoring 12 goals and earning five assists (29 points) to lead the Titan’s to their second-consecutive Southern Region Title.
Amanda Hisey, a sophomore from Medford, Ore., has maintained a 3.3 GPA while pursuing her Associates of General Science degree at Lane. Amanda started every game for the Titans this season, earning 11 points on four goals and three assists. She anchored a backline that earned 13 shutouts and gave up just 13 goals.
Kelsie Loomis, a sophomore from Eugene, Ore., boasts a 3.4 GPA at Lane while being a dual-sport athlete in soccer and track and field. Loomis had one goal and one assist, and was a part of the backline that gave up just 13 goals and earned 13 shutouts.
Kylee O’Connor, a sophomore from Eugene, Ore., boasts an impressive 3.9 GPA while being a dual-sport athlete at Lane (soccer and track and field). O’Connor is dual-enrolled at the University of Oregon and is in the Journalism Program. She was named to the NWAC All-Star team this season, after leading Lane to another Southern Region Title. She earned two goals and one assist from her outside back position.
To be nominated for this award, student-athletes must be sophomores in eligibility, earned more than 36 credit hours, and maintained at least a 3.25 cumulative grade point average.
To view the full list: http://www.nwacsports.org/documents/All-Academic/2015-16/WSoccer-2015.pdf
Draw’s all it takes for Lane to clinch Southern Region title
VANCOUVER, Wash. — The Lane women’s soccer team clinched its second straight NWAC South Region title Saturday with a 1-1 draw against Clark.
The Titans (13-4-2, 10-1-1) trailed 1-0 at halftime before Erin Riley scored in the 49th minute.
Erica Cogburn had six saves for Lane, who will host a second-round playoff game next Saturday.
The Titans will host either the No. 2 seed from the West Region or the No. 3 seed from the North. Those two teams meet in a first-round playoff game Wednesday.
Titans roll to a big win with critical South Division match on horizon
MEDFORD — Pikake Hix and Erin Riley recorded hat tricks to lead Lane Community College to a 15-0 victory over Rogue on Wednesday in Northwest Athletic Conference women’s soccer.
Amanda Hisey and Ally King added two goals apiece for the Titans (13-4-1, 10-1-0 NWAC South), who won their fourth consecutive game and have clinched a playoff spot. The Ospreys (0-12-1, 0-10-1), in their first season of play with an all-freshman roster, have been outscored 105-0 this fall.
Hix, who also had an assist, is the NWAC’s second-leading scorer with 18 goals and six assists for 42 points. The shutout was Lane’s 12th in 18 games.
The Titans will finish their regular season at noon Saturday against Clark. They need a win or a draw to win the South.
Lane women beat Portland 4-0
PORTLAND — Lane scored twice in each half and Erica Cogburn recorded the shutout in a 4-0 Northwest Athletic Conference women’s soccer victory over Portland Community College on Wednesday.
Goals by Emily Hillestad and Anna Goodrie gave the Titans (11-4-1, 8-1-0 NWAC South) a 2-0 halftime lead, and Erin Riley and Araceli Jimenez scored in the second half.
Hix, Goodrie score for Lane in soccer win
OREGON CITY — Pikake Hix and Anna Goodrie both scored for Lane Community College in a 2-0 win against Clackamas in Northwest Athletic Conference women’s soccer game.
Erica Cogburn made three saves for the Titans (10-4-1, 7-1-0 South Region) in their eighth shutout in nine games.
Hix scored in the 34th minute to give Lane a 1-0 lead at halftime and Goodrie followed with a goal in the 60th minute.