Taking aim

Mick (no last name given) and Monica Olson line up their shots at the smallest of all the targets they will use this term in their Archery class on April 25. There are two...

Titans impress, show improvement at Chico Twilight; Athletes prepare for Hayward Field following weekend

After a solid showing at the Linfield Invitational in McMinnville, the Titans traveled down to Chico, Calif. to compete in the Chico Twilight. In this meet, the Titans,competed against several larger universities, including the U.S....

Four Strikes

Titan freshman Thomas Rudinsky makes it safe to first before Chukars infielder Dylan Mansanzarez could get him out during the second game. The Lane Titans lost their games in the double-header against Treasure Valley...

Titans weather the Storm

The Titan volleyball squad continued their march toward the Northwest Athletic Conference Championship after a rollercoaster week of home matches. On Oct. 10, Lane hosted the first-place Linn-Benton Roadrunners, who came into Wednesday’s match with...

Kirschbaum takes shot at Division I dreams

On the first possession of Lane’s most recent basketball game, Zach Kirschbaum caught the ball at the top of the key and knocked down a quick 18-foot jump shot. The Titan’s sophomore has hit plenty...

Storm rains on Titans home court

It has been a month since the season has started and the Titans have only played once on their home court and now they are back. Here's a recap for those who have missed out: Starting...

Titans chase off cougars

After winning seven out of eight games in an away stretch, the Lane women’s soccer team played their first of five games at home before the Northwest Athletic Conference postseason. They beat Clackamas Community...

Titans tune up for cross country championship

Jackson Dietel Reporter After a strong showing at the Northwest Athletic Conference Preview cross country championships on Sept. 27, the Titans are nearing the home stretch of their season. The Titans gained momentum in their last...

The new playing field

Northwest Christian University is the first college in Oregon to offer Intercollegiate Varsity Esports. The school’s team of gamers will compete in Overwatch, a team-oriented, multiplayer, first-person shooter...