Lane women net 2-0 win over Clackamas
Ava Mickola scored the in the first half Friday and Emily Hillestad added a goal in the second half to give the Lane women’s soccer team a 2-0 home victory over Clackamas.
Pikake Hix assisted on Mickola’s goal in the 38th minute. Hillestad scored unassisted in the 86th minute.
Nora Goodrie and Abigail Diller combined on the shutout for the Titans (4-2-1, 2-0 NWAC).
Titan Women Come in #4 in First NWAC Coaches Poll
Vancouver - The Lane Women's soccer team was voted 4th overall in the first Coaches poll of the season, released by the conference on Sept. 15.
The Titans, 2014 and 2015 defending Southern Region Champions, are 3-2-1 overall and 1-0-0 in the Southern Region.
The Titan's only two losses this season were handed to them by the top two teams in the league: Defending NWAC champion, Spokane (1st in the poll), and Peninsula (3rd in the poll). The Titan's drew with #5 Walla Walla on the road this season and have a 3-0 win over #7 Everett.
Lane kicked off Southern Region play with a 8-0 win over SW Oregon. Up next for the Titans is a seven game road-stretch. The team returns to Eugene on Saturday, Oct. 15 when they host Clackamas for a Southern Region match up.
Hix’s hat trick fuels Titans’ rout over Lakers
Pikake Hix had three goals and two assists to lead Lane to an 8-0 victory over Southwestern Oregon in an NWAC women’s soccer game on Saturday at Lane.
Hix scored goals in the 13th, 45th and 51st minutes to earn the hat trick. Emily Hillestad scored two goals for the Titans, who led 5-0 at halftime, and Jordyn Dion, Liz Mendez and Maile Sur also scored. Nora Goodrie had one save and earned the shutout in goal.
Lane Women Drop Two at Fall Festival
By Jarrid Denney | For The Register-Guard
The Lane women, a final four team last season, lost to a tough opponent for the second straight day on Sunday. The Titans fell 2-1 to defending NWAC champion Spokane. They lost to 2014 champion Peninsula on Saturday.
Katie Stitson scored in the 15th minute for the Titans off an assist from Mago Susu to give Lane an early lead, but Spokane answered with a goal in the 17th and another just before the half to take advantage.
“We were all about the competition and experience this weekend,” Lane coach Erica Jensen said. “We’re returning a lot of players, so we’ve set our expectations really high.
“I would much rather come and take these two quality losses than come out and beat people easily and not be challenged.”
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