Lane Community College men’s soccer team will hold an ID camp
The Lane Community College men’s soccer team will hold an ID camp for the 2017 season on Friday, April 21st and again on April 28th, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., on the soccer field at the Main Campus.
Lane finished their inaugural 2016 season 9-8-0, barely missing the NWAC Playoffs.
The camp is open to current and incoming Lane Community College students as well as high school graduating seniors.
In order to participate you must RSVP by filling out the attached questionnaire (HERE) by April 18th. There is a $20 administrative cost (covers both dates) payable the day of camp. In addition, you must complete and bring with you the risk and release form prior to participation. (AVAILABLE HERE).
The Lane Community College Campus is located at 4000 East 30th in Eugene. Please email your RSVP information and/or direct any questions to Assistant Coach Conner Cappelletti at email@example.com
Penguins edge Lane in men’s soccer finale
Rene Hernandez-Flores scored two goals, including the game-winner in the 58th minute, to lead Clark to a 2-1 victory over Lane in the Titans’ NWAC Southern Region men’s soccer finale on Saturday.
Hernandez-Flores also scored in the seventh minute for the Penguins (10-7-2, 10-4-2), who clinched the South Region title. Cade O’Connor scored for Lane (9-8-0, 7-8-0), which completed the program’s first season with a winning record, in the 11th minute.
Enrique Rueda had six saves for the Titans.
Lane men’s soccer shuts out Storm
Ian Boozer scored a pair of goals 5 minutes apart in the first half, and Lane defeated Chemeketa 2-0 in an NWAC men’s soccer game on Saturday.
Boozer scored his first goal in the 15th minute, then added his second in the 20th. Enrique Rueda made it stand up with a shutout in goal, recording three saves.
Ryan Langley had an assist for the Titans (7-8-1, 5-7-0 Southern Region).
Lane men lose on goal in final minute
Chemeketa scored twice in the second half, including the game-winner on Gustavo Mendoza’s goal in the 90th minute as the visiting Storm defeated Lane 2-1 in a Northwest Athletic Conference men’s soccer game.
Frankie Martinez gave the Titans (5-5-0, 3-5-0 South Region) the lead with his score in the 28th minute on an assist from Ian Boozer.
Anthony Reyna tied it for the Storm (6-3-3, 6-1-1) two minutes into the second half with an unassisted goal.
Lane men win against Portland
HILLSBORO — Cade O’Connor scored twice, and Ian Boozer added a goal Saturday as the Lane men’s soccer team downed Portland, 3-1.
Lane improved to 5-4 and 3-4 in the NWAC.
Lane men’s soccer falls to Chemeketa
The Lane men’s soccer team lost 3-1 to Chemeketa on Saturday. All of the game’s goals were scored in the second half. The Storm (2-3-2, 2-1 NWAC) led 3-0 before Lane (3-2, 1-3) got its only goal from Raul Fietes in the 81st minute.
Portland tops Titans
PORTLAND — Dominique Bates scored just before halftime, and goalkeeper Juan De Dios Inzunza made it stand up to give Portland Community College a 1-0 victory over Lane in an NWAC Southern Region game on Wednesday.
Bates scored off a pass from Germachu Hamaya in the 43rd minute for the Panthers.
De Dios Inzunza had three saves and earned the shutout in goal for Portland.
Lane men keep their perfect start going at NWAC Fall Festival
By Jarrid Denney | For The Register-Guard
Lane Community College’s men’s soccer program has been active for less than a weekend, but the Titans are already making a name for themselves after a strong performance at the Northwest Athletic Conference Fall Festival.
Lane improved its weekend record to 2-0 with a 3-2 win over Treasure Valley on Lane’s campus Sunday evening. The victory came a day after Lane won its season opener 2-1 over South Puget Sound.
Just as they did on Saturday, the Titans scored all of their goals in the first half and put the game out of reach early. Juan Salgado scored in the third minute and Rafael Jimenez added a second goal in the 31st minute. Chris Daniel bagged a third goal in the 44th minute, after assisting on a goal in the 44th minute during Saturday’s match.
The Titans struggled to keep command in the second half, though, and surrendered goals in the 74th and 84th minutes.
“We had already done all the hard work, we should be able to close the game and dominate,” Lane coach John Galas said. “But we got a little too casual in the second half and gave them a little bit of confidence. We still had a lot of really quality chances to go up 5-0 … It was a little frustrating because we didn’t put in the dagger like we needed to.”