Lane’s men got wins by Dusty Jarvis in the 200 in 21.85 seconds, and Jordan Latt in the 400, in 47.96.
Jarvis also was second in the 100, and Cesar Perez was second in the 5,000.
Lane’s Jordan Parker was named the outstanding men’s field athlete of the meet after winning the pole vault on Monday.
Rachel Jensen had the Titan women’s best finishes of the second day when she took second in the 800 and the 1,500. Teammate Barry McLaren added a third-place finish in the 800.
Spokane’s women won their eighth straight NWAACC title and the men their seventh straight.
The Spokane men had 267 points, and the women tallied 250.
Lane’s men finished with 134, and the women’s team had 145.