|Macayla Claver||Freshman||Malin, OR/Lost River|
|Andrea Gruber||Sophomore||Auburn, CA/Placer|
|Shey Haack||Freshman||Henley, OR/Henley|
|Anne Hagy||Freshman||Phoenix, OR/Phoenix|
|Rita Krantz||Freshman||Cottage Grove, OR/Cottage Grove|
|Alayna Oleksa||Freshman||Milwaukie, OR/Transfer Lewis and Clark|
|Erik Bateham||Freshman||Corvallis, OR/ Crescent Valley|
|Michael Bellamy||Freshman||Eugene, OR/Marist|
|Cesar James Perez||Freshman||Beaverton, OR/Southridge|
|Brent Ryberg||Freshman||Park City, UT/Park City|
|David Sherman||Freshman||McKenzie Bridge, OR/Mckenzie|
|Travis Stevens||Sophomore||Florence, OR/Siuslaw|
|Sterling Teall||Freshman||Springfield, OR|
|Luke Weiss||Freshman||Klamath Falls, OR/Klamath Union|
|Sep. 19||NW Christian Invitational||Doris Ranch/Springfield, OR||10:00 AM||[m][w]||[x]|
|Sep. 26||Northwest Classic||Lane/Eugene, OR||10:00 AM||[m][w]||[x]|
|Oct. 3||Charles Bowles Invitational||Bush Park/Salem, OR||9:30 AM||[x]||[x]|
|Oct. 16||Mike Hodges Invitational||Clackamas CC/Oregon City, OR||3:30 PM|
|Oct. 31||Southern Regions||Clackamas CC/Oregon City, OR||12:00 PM|
|Nov. 14||NWAACC Championships||Lewisville Park/Battleground, WA||12:00 PM|
2009 Coaching Staff
Grady O'Connor, Director of Men's and Women's Track and Field/Cross Country, 1998-
Grady has been the Director of both Men's and Women's Cross Country and Track and Field since 1998. During his tenure, he has consistently fielded one of the most competitive teams in the Northwest. His programs have won sixteen Regional Titles and counting. Under his watch, the program has produced over 175 Junior College All-Americans, set seventeen school records, and garnered several Coach of the Year honors (02,05,06,07,).
Prior to Lane, Grady coached at Cottage Grove High School (1995-96). He had an immediate impact, coaching the 4A State 100m Hurdle Champion, Katie Rowlett (14.1).
He was then hired as the combined event coach at Lane (1997), where he began establishing an impressive tradition of decathletes and heptathletes. Lane has had eight different combined event champions in the last nine years. Under Grady's direction, seven decathletes currently hold scores that place in the All-Time Top 10 list at Lane. His heptathletes hold five of the top ten positions, including the school record. Many of these combined event athletes have continued on to Division I schools including: University of Oregon, University of Alabama, Michigan State University, UCLA, Boise State University, Long Beach State, and Portland State University.
Another testament of Grady’s dedication to the combined events, is the fact that several of his former decathletes are now in the coaching profession. Former decathletes coaching and generating new interest in the sport include: Octavious Gillespie (99) University of Tulsa, Josh Priester (02) - University of California at Santa Barbara, Gabe LeMay (03) – University of Oregon, Keith Baker (04) - University of California at Santa Barbara, and Cody Fleming (05) – University of Nevada-Reno.
Grady attended the University of Oregon (1989-93). He was a two-sport athlete, competing and lettering in both track and football. As a freshman hurdler, he placed 5th at Junior Nationals (1990) in the 400IH (52.52). He qualified for the Pac-10 Championships four consecutive years and placed 4th in the conference (1992) in the 400IH (51.49). He was also a member of both 4x100 and 4x400 relay squads that posted season bests of 40.60 and 3:09.03.
Following his competitive days as a Duck, he joined the Oregon International Athletics Team, and continued to train and compete as a decathlete. Grady then went on to earn a Master of Science degree from Oregon State University (1998). He is USATF certified Level I and II (Multi Events).
John Scholl, Head Cross Country Coach, 2009-
John, an Austin, TX native, brings The Titans an array of knowledge and experience that come from being involved in all levels of the sport for over 20 years. This includes stints with the University of Texas, University of Arizona, and University of Dayton where he helped coach athletes to All-American, All-Region, and All-Conference honors. John has also worked with American and International post-collegiate athletes from Great Britain, Ireland, Kenya, New Zealand, Australia, Germany, Canada, Jamaica, and South Africa. He helped coach athletes to Olympic Medalist, World Champion Medalist, Country Record holder, and USATF medalist honors.
John attended the University of Arkansas where he attained a MEd in Sports Management (2001), and a BSE in Kinesiology (1999). He respectively competed for the Razorbacks in Cross Country, Indoor Track, and Outdoor Track who won 8 National Championships during his career. John is USATF Level I certified and has specialized education in Sports Psychology, Sports Nutrition, and Injury care and prevention. He has a well-rounded approach to coaching that includes experience as an Academic Counselor, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Recruiting Coordinator, Track Camp Counselor, Personal Trainer, and University Professor.
John is, “Excited to jump right in and help The Titans continue the great success they’ve had under the tutelage of Coach Floeck, with hopes of exceeding the expectations set for the team this year”. He is “Committed to positively instilling strong morals, integrity, an unparalleled work ethic, and confidence in the student-athletes and staff alike for their performances on and off the Track”.
Submitted by - Grady O'Connor, Director of Cross Country/Track & Field, Lane Community College
Emily Mathis, Assistant Distance Coach, 2008-
High School: Henley
College Degrees: B.A. Spanish, University of Oregon. Currently working towards a masters in Linguistics at the University of Oregon
Collegiate Highlights: During her freshman year Emily competed for Boise State University where she was in the top 4 on the Cross country team and competed in the 4x100, 4x400, and 800m on the track. A transfer from Boise State University, Emily competed 3 track seasons with the University of Oregon Ducks as one of their top Steeple Chasers. In 2006 she placed 10th in the Pac 10 and came back in 2008 to place 6th running a time that currently is the 3rd fastest Steeple Chase on the University of Oregon’s all-time list. 800 meters - Outdoors - 2:13.98, Oregon Invitational, April 24, 2004 3,000-meter steeplechase - Outdoors - 10:33, Pac-10 Championships 6th, 2008
Prep Highlights: One of state's top middle distance threats in 800m and 1500m with four, top-four finishes as a junior and senior. Capped prep career in Oregon 3A state track championships as senior in 800m (fourth,2:17.02), 1,500m (third, 4:40.96) and 4x400m relay (ninth-prelim, 4:13.89).Also ran multiple
events in state finale as a junior (800m, third, 2:19.37; 1,500m, second, 4:42.94; 4x400m, second, 4:01.49) and freshman (4x100m, second, 49.94; 4x400m, first, 4:01.80). Her Henley squad twice won team titles. Owned other prep bests of 58.9 in the 400m and 4:40.0 in the 1,500m. Ended career with three all-state honors, and was an all-conference first team pick in soccer as a senior.