Women's Soccer Sophomores Earn NWAC Academic Excellence Award
Vancouver – Kyla Ganchan Romero and Calysta Susu Mago, both sophomores on the Lane Women’s Soccer team, earned the NWAC Academic Excellence Award, announced by the conference.
In addition to their academic success, both Ganchan Romero and Susu Mago were named to the NWAC All-Star team for their athletic contribution this Fall.
A native of Reno, Nevada, Kyla Ganchan Romero has maintained a perfect 4.0 grade point average while at Lane and has been named to the Vice President’s List once and President’s List twice.
Calysta Susu Mago, from Ashland, Oregon, has earned a 3.8 GPA as a Titan and has been named to both the Vice President’s List and President’s List.
To be nominated for this award, student-athletes must be sophomores in eligibility, have earned more than 36 credit hours, and maintained at least a 3.25 cumulative grade point average.
Titans win soccer playoff opener, 3-1
Gwyn Anderson scored in the opening minute and Callie Lambert added a pair of goals as the Lane women’s soccer team defeated visiting Lower Columbia 3-1 in the first round of the Northwest Athletic Conference playoffs.
The Titans advance to play at Peninsula, the NWAC’s North Division champion, in the second round at noon Saturday.
Anderson opened the scoring for Lane with a goal at the 59-second mark and Lambert followed with a goal at 8:30 to give the Titans a 2-0 edge. Lower Columbia’s Kayla Willis cut the gap to 2-1 with a goal in the 19th minute before Lambert finished the scoring with a goal in the 27th minute. Danielle VanOrd provided the assists on both of Lambert’s goals.
The Red Devils could muster only two shots on goal.
In other first-round matches Wednesday, Tacoma beat Clackamas 1-0, Spokane drubbed Skagit Valley 5-1 and Whatcom edged North Idaho 1-0 in overtime.
Titans shut out Portland, 8-0
PORTLAND — Amelia Williams, Danielle VanOrd and Callie Lambert scored two goals apiece to lead Lane to an 8-0 victory over Portland in an NWAC Southern Region women’s soccer game on Wednesday.
Jessie Scott and Morgan Richards also scored for Lane (8-5-2, 7-3-0 Southern Region).
Lane women down Rogue in soccer
Danielle VanOrd scored two first-half goals Wednesday in leading the Lane women’s soccer team to a 4-1 win over visiting Rogue.
The Titans (6-5-2, 5-3 Northwest Athletic Conference) are in second place in the South Region standings with 15 points, one ahead of third-place Clackamas. Clark leads the South with 25 points.
Rogue got on the scoreboard first, but VanOrd’s two goals gave the Titans a 2-1 halftime lead. Lane put the game away in the second half with goals from Kalea Nyby and Alia Donley.
Lane goalkeeper Hanalyn Sypher faced only two shots on goal.
Second half lifts Clark over Lane
VANCOUVER, Wash. — Facienne Graham scored a pair of goals to lead Clark past Lane, 3-1, in the Northwest Athletic Conference women’s soccer Wednesday.
Graham opened the scoring with a goal in the 26th minute, but Lane’s Alia Donley answered with an unassisted scoring strike just before halftime as the teams were tied 1-1 at the break.
Rylee MacDonald and Graham scored in the second half as the South Division-leading Penguins (8-2-0, 7-0-0 NWAC) fended off the Titans (4-5-2, 3-3-0).
Clark finished with 11 shots on goal while Lane had nine.
Holborow, Mago key Lane women’s soccer
SALEM — Sydney Holborow and Calysta Susu Mago each scored two goals to lead the Lane women’s soccer team (4-4-2, 3-2-0) to a 4-1 NWAC victory over host Chemeketa (4-3-3, 2-2-2) on Saturday.
VanOrd hat trick lifts Titans
MEDFORD — Danielle VanOrd scored a hat trick, including two goals in the final 21 minutes of the game, to lead Lane to a 4-0 victory over Rogue in an NWAC women’s soccer game on Wednesday.
VanOrd scored her first goal in the 26th minute off a pass from Shelbi Phillips to give the Titans a 1-0 lead at halftime.
She added a goal in the 69th minute and another in the 86th, sandwiched around a goal by Calysta Susu Mago in the 78th minute.
Hanalyn Sypher earned the shutout for Lane, getting three saves. Rogue goalkeeper Lilly Barrett had 12 saves.