NWAC title a first for Titan women
Lane shuts down Clackamas 4-0 to clinch league soccer crown
OREGON CITY — Lane scored three goals in the first half to win its seventh straight game, beating Clackamas 4-0 to claim the Titans’ first NWAC Southern Region women’s soccer title in school history.
Karlee Willcox, Taylor Boyer and Jordan Hevern all scored in the first half, and the Titans cruised to win the regional championship with two games remaining in the regular season. The crown gives Lane a first-round bye in the Northwest Athletic Conference playoffs and a home game in the quarterfinals.
Anna Goodrie scored for Lane (11-2-2) in the second half, and Erica Cogburn earned the shutout in goal.
The Titans play at Chemeketa on Saturday, then play a noncounting match against Linfield to end their home schedule on Tuesday.
Playoffs next stop for Titans’ women
Lane’s soccer team downs Southwestern Oregon 1-0 in regular-season finale
COOS BAY — Karlee Willcox scored off a pass from Taylor Boyer in the 52nd minute to give Lane a 1-0 victory over Southwestern Oregon in the NWAC Southern Region regular-season women’s soccer finale on Saturday.
Erica Cogburn earned her ninth shutout of the season in goal for the Titans.
Lane (14-2-2), the winner of the Southern Region for the first time in school history, will play host for a playoff quarterfinal Nov. 8 against the Shoreline-North Idaho winner. Those two teams will play on Wednesday.