2007

News

  • Wilgus scores twice to lead Lane to soccer playoffs -The Eugene Register Guard: October 28, 2007
    COOS BAY-Tracey Goodell's goal broke a scoreless tie in the 32nd minute and Kori Wilgus scored twice as Lane Community College's women's soccer team clinched a berth in the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges playoffs Saturday with a 3-0 victory over Southwestern Oregon Community College. Wilgus' goals gave her 20 for the year and 51 in two seasons playing for the Titans, who are 13-4-1 overall and second in the South Division with a 12-3-1 mark with two games remaining. Amanda Krumdieck had six saves while posting her 11th shutout of the season.
  • Titans rely on fitness to stay in the long haul -The Eugene Register Guard: October 25, 2007
  • Titans earn road victory -The Eugene Register Guard: October 18, 2007
    Des Moines, Wash. - Aili Johnston played a role in both goals as the Lane Community College women's soccer team defeated Highline 2-0 in a Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges women's soccer game on Wednesday. Johnston found Kori Wilgus, who converted the assist from 16 hards out to put the Titans on the board at the 61st minute. Johnston later scored off a through-ball from Tracey Goodell, finding the upper-right corner of the goal with her left foot from 25 yards out. Amanda Krumdieck had five saves to earn her 10th shutout of the season for the Titans, who improved to 11-3-1 in Southern Division play and 12-4-1 overall. LCC returns to action on Oct. 27 at Southwestern Oregon Community College.
  • LCC's Stewart scores twice in win over Yakima -The Eugene Register Guard: October 4, 2007
    Kayla Stewart scored two goals and Rachael Rounds added another in Lane Community College's 3-0 victory over Yakima Valley in NWAACC women's soccer on Wednesday. Aili Johnston assisted on Stewart's second goal and Kori Wilgus assisted on Rounds' for the Titans (8-4). Amanda Krumdieck had five saves for her sixth shutout. Stewart's goals gave her 15 for the season and a share of the NWAACC scoring lead. Wilgus is fourth with 14 goals and Emily Wagner is tied for fifth with 13.
  • Wagner's two goals spark Lane women's soccer -The Eugene Register Guard: September 30, 2007
    Emily Wagner scored twice and Kori Wilgus once Saturday as Lane Community College defeated Clark 3-1 in NWAACC women's soccer. Wagner scored her first goal at 13 minutes. Wilgus made it 2-0 at 28 minutes and Wagner added her final goal at 67 minutes. Amanda Krumdieck had three saves in goal for Lane, 6-3 in league.
  • Wagner scores three as LCC beats Lower Columbia -The Eugene Register Guard: September 27, 2007
    Emily Wagner scored three goals to lead the Lane Community College women's soccer team to a 13-0 Southern Division victory over visiting Lower Columbia. Aili Johnston, Kayla Stewart, Kori Wilgus and Heather Bishop each added two goals for the Titans (5-3 league, 6-4 overall).
  • Southwestern Oregon defeats LCC 1-0 -The Eugene Register Guard: September 23, 2007
    Chelsea Hager scored an unassisted goal as Southwestern Oregon defeated host Lane Community College 1-0 in a women's soccer game on Saturday.
  • Clackamas women drop Lane in soccer -The Eugene Register Guard: September 22, 2007
    OREGON CITY - Clackamas scored twice in the first half, including an own goal by Lane Community College just 27 seconds into the game, en route to a 2-1 women's soccer victory over the Titans on Friday. Kori Wilgus scored an unassisted goal for the Titans (5-3, 4-2 NWAACC) in the second half.
  • Highline hands Lane first NWACC loss -The Eugene Register Guard: September 16, 2007
    Brittany Schukar's goal in the 77th minute gave Highline Community College a 1-0 victory over Lane on Saturday. The loss was the first in Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges play for the Titans, who dropped to 4-1 in league play and 5-2 overall. Ashley Coley had nine saves for Highline.
  • LCC women's soccer team shuts out Bellevue -The Eugene Register Guard: September 15, 2007
    The Lane Community College women's soccer team rolled past visiting Bellevue on Friday, winning 12-0 behind a solid defense and goalkeeper Amanda Krumdieck's fourth consecutive shutout. Krumdieck had three saves for the Titans, who improved to 4-0 in NWAACC Southern Division play and 5-1 overall. Emily Wagner scored four goals for Lane, and Kori Wilgus had three goals and two assists. Heather Bishop and Kayla Stewart added two goals and one assist each for the Titans, who face Highland at noon today.
  • Wilgus scores hat trick to lead Lane women -The Eugene Register Guard: September 12, 2007
    Kori Wilgus scored three goals and Kayla Stewart and Emily Wagner added two each in Lane Community College's 7-0 women's soccer victory over Olympic on Tuesday. Heather Bishop had two assists for the Titans (4-1, 3-0 NWAACC), and goalkeeper Amanda Krumdieck recorded her third straight shutout.
  • Stewart scores four times in Lane's rout of Yakima -The Eugene Register Guard: September 8, 2007
    YAKIMA - Kayla Stewart scored four goals and Kori Wilgus had two assists in Lane Community College's 6-0 women's soccer victory over Yakima Valley on Friday. Aili Johnston and Heather Bishop also scored for the Titans (2-1-0, 1-0 NWAACC), who led 4-0 at the half. Amanda Krumdieck posted the shutout.
  • Wilgus leads Titan win with two more goals -The Eugene Register Guard: September 1, 2007
    WALLA WALLA, Wash. - Last season's NWAACC scoring champion, Lane's Kori Wilgus, had two goals and Emily Wagner added two assists in the Titans' 3-1 season-opening women's soccer win over Treasure Valley Community College at the Warrior Invitational on Friday. Wilgus, a sophomore out of Churchill High, scored in the 47th and 87th minutes. Aili Johnston, a freshman from South Eugene, had Lane's other goal on the second assist by Wagner, a freshman from Sheldon. Amanda Krumdieck, a freshman from Pleasant Hill, played the entire game in goal. The Titans play Walla Walla at noon today.

Roster

#0 Amanda Krumdieck

Class: Freshman
Hometown: Pleasant Hill, OR
High School: Pleasant Hill
Position: Goalie

#9 Leslie Clark

Class: Freshman
Hometown: Eugene, OR
High School: South Eugene
Position: Midfielder

       

#1 Tracey Goodell

Class: Freshman
Hometown: Kahuku, HI
High School: Kahuku
Position: Midfielder

#11 Stella Mitchell

Class: Freshman
Hometown: Portland, OR
High School: Cleveland
Position: Midfielder

       

#3 Carlynn Crymes

Class: Freshman
Hometown: Junction City, OR
High School: Junction City
Position: Defender

#13 Brianne Lagumina

Class: Freshman
Hometown: Eugene, OR
High School: North Eugene
Position: Defender

       

#5 Brittany Nielsen

Class: Freshman
Hometown: Olympia, WA
High School: Black Hills
Position: Midfielder

#14 Kori Wilgus

Class: Sophomore
Hometown: Eugene, OR
High School: Churchill
Position: Forward

       

#6 Kayla Stewart

Class: Freshman
Hometown: Springfield, OR
High School: Thurston
Position: Forward

#15 Heather Bishop

Class: Sophomore
Hometown: Eugene, OR
High School: South Eugene
Position: Midfielder

       

#7 Aili Johnston

Class: Freshman
Hometown: Creswell, OR
High School: South Eugene
Position: Midfielder

#17 Taylor Tomlin

Class: Freshman
Hometown: Portland, OR
High School: Cleveland
Position: Defender

       

#8 Kaitlin Nielsen

Class: Freshman
Hometown: Olympia, WA
High School: Black Hills
Position: Defender

#21 Emily Wagner

Class: Freshman
Hometown: Eugene, OR
High School: Sheldon

NO

NAME

YEAR

POSITION

HOMETOWN/HIGH SCHOOL

0

Amanda Krumdieck

Freshman

Goalkeeper

Pleasant Hill, OR/Pleasant Hill HS

1

Tracey Goodell

Freshman

Midfielder

Kahuku, HI/Kahuku HS

3

Carlynn Crymes

Freshman

Defender

Junction City, OR/Junction City HS

5

Brittany Nielsen

Freshman

Midfielder

Olympia, WA/AG West Black Hills HS

6

Kayla Stewart

Freshman

Forward

Springfield, OR/Thurston HS

7

Aili Johnston

Freshman

Midfielder

Creswell, OR/South Eugene HS

8

Kaitlin Nielsen

Freshman

Defender

Olympia, WA/AG West Black Hills HS

9

Leslie Clark

Freshman

Midfielder

Eugene, OR/South Eugene HS

11

Stella Mitchell

Freshman

Midfielder

Portland, OR/Cleveland HS

13

Brianne Lagumina

Freshman

Defender

Eugene, OR/North Eugene HS

14

Kori Wilgus

Sophomore

Forward

Eugene, OR/Churchill HS

15

Heather Bishop

Sophomore

Midfielder

Eugene, OR/South Eugene HS

17

Taylor Tomlin

Freshman

Defender

Portland, OR/Cleveland HS

21

Emily Wagner

Freshman

Forward

Eugene, OR/Sheldon HS

Schedule

DATE

OPPONENT

SITE

Time

Record

August 31 Treasure Valley Walla Walla, WA
1-0
September 1 Walla Walla Walla Walla, WA
1-1
September 7 Yakima Valley Yakima, WA
2-1
September 8 Tacoma Tacoma, WA
3-1
September 11 Olympic Lane
4-1
September 14 Bellevue Lane
5-1
September 15 Highline Lane
5-2
September 21 Clackamas Oregon City, OR
5-3
September 22 SOCC Lane
5-4
September 26 Lower Columbia Lane
6-4
September 29 Clark Lane
7-4
October 3 Yakima Valley Lane
8-4
October 5 Clackamas Lane
8-4-1
October 6 Tacoma Lane
9-4-1
October 12 Olympic Bremerton, WA
10-4-1
October 13 Bellevue Bellevue, WA
11-4-1
October 17 Highline Des Moines, WA
12-4-1
October 27 SOCC Coos Bay, OR
13-4-1
October 31 Lower Columbia Longview, WA
14-4-1
November 3 Clark Vancouver, WA
15-4-1
         
Playoffs        
November 7 Everett Lane
16-4-1
November 10 Walla Walla Walla Walla, WA
3-4
16-5-1

Coaching Staff

Dean Smith, Head Coach

Dean received a USSF National C License in 1995 and has over 20 years experience coaching soccer. He has both volunteered his time with boys and girls youth teams in the community, as well as developed competitive teams in club, high school, and college. After spending time in the South Eugene girls program, he took the head position at Marist High School coaching girls for three years. He led teams twice to league titles, received coach-of-the-year honors, and was twice named a Shriner's Oregon State High School All-Star Coach.

Dean took over the Titans in 2006 and helped the team earn a 16-3-3 league record and an appearance in the Final Four where Lane finished tied third. In recognition for the season and growth as a second year program, he was named Southern Conference Coach-of-the-Year in 2006.

 

 

Jeremy Clark, Goalkeeper Coach

Jeremy is new to the staff, but his attention to technique and tactical awareness will be an important asset in providing insightful, personalized training for our goalkeepers.

 

  

 

 

 

 

Mesha Clayton, Defense Coach

Mesha comes to the coaching staff as a two year starter and graduate player from last year's Final Four team. Mesha was chosen team captain, team MVP, and Best Defender, and was named to the 2007 All-Star Team as well as All-Academic Team. As a coach, Mesha will specialize in defense but will also provide an important roll on a personal level working with players to understand the focus and dedication necessary to compete and succeed playing soccer at the college level.

 

 

 

 

SOUTH
LEA PTS SEA GF GA SO
Z-Clackamas 17-0-1 52 19-2-2 90 17 13
X-Lane 14-3-1 43 16-5-1 85 16 14
X-Clark 11-4-3 36 12-5-4 67 25 10
SW Oregon 11-7-0 33 13-7-0 36 25 10
Lower Columbia 2-16-0 6 2-17-0 9 104 0