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Lane Titans defender Katie McKirdy tries to steal the ball from Peninsula's midfielder Jordan Dinneen early in the first half of the Titans’ Nov. 10 second-round playoff game against Peninsula College in Port Angeles, Wash. The Peninsula Pirates, who are ranked 11th nationally, defeated the Titans 3-0 after a scoreless first half. (Turner Maxwell/The Torch)

Peninsula delivers second-round knockout to Titans PORT ANGELES, Wash. — Lane women’s soccer team will not advance to the semifinals after losing in the second round of the NWAACC playoffs to Peninsula College.

In a Nov. 7 first-round NWAACC playoff game, Lane freshman Sam Piccolo (4) is sent flying by Treasure Valley Community College freshman Dakota Chapman (18) in the second half. (Turner Maxwell/The Torch)

NWAACCs: Titans deliver first-round beat-down The Titans took the home-field advantage at the Nov. 7 first-round NWAACC playoff game as they defeated Treasure Valley Community College 3-0.

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Titans advance to playoffs The Lane women’s soccer team hold the No. 2 ranking for the NWAACC championships following its 6-0 victory over Southwestern Oregon Community College Nov. 3 in Coos Bay.

Sophomore defender Erin Satterfield moves the ball past a Linfield Wildcat during a match Nov. 1 in Eugene. (Eugene Johnson/The Torch)

Wildcats feast on Titans The Linfield College women’s soccer team clawed their way to a Nov. 1 victory with a 1-0 win over Lane.

File photo: Lane freshman forward Serena Boehm throws the ball during the Titans' Sept. 12 match against the Linfield Wildcats. (Eugene Johnson/The Torch)

Titans tie Penguins on muddy terrain The Titans have locked the second seed in the Southern Region.

Heading the ball from a corner kick, De Witt (number 14) scores the first goal of the evening. (Eugene Johnson/The Torch)

Titans break losing streak with 7-0 victory After a disappointing loss against Clackamas Community College last week, Saturday’s matchup against Southwestern Oregon Community College  proved to be a tremendous comeback for the Titans, who posted a 7-0 …Continue reading →

Freshman defender Janessa De Witt kicks the ball past a Cougar. (Sunny Zylstra/The Torch)

Cougars maul injured Titans In a battle for Southern Region supremacy, the Lane Community College women’s soccer team suffered a 3-0 defeat at the hands of first-place Clackamas Community College Oct. 17 in Eugene.

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Dolphins drown Titans in third loss of season The Lane women’s soccer team lost 3-0 on Oct. 13 against the Shoreline Community College Dolphins in Seattle, making it the Titans’ third defeat of the season. Shoreline took an …Continue reading →

Sophomore midfielder Emily Strome moves the ball downfield. (Eugene Johnson/The Torch)

Titans-Storm match ends in stalemate Lane showed its support in the fight against breast cancer Oct. 11 against Chemeketa Community College by dedicating Wednesday’s game to the Susan G. Komen foundation. The game ended in …Continue reading →

Freshman defender Cori Coon stops the ball in an Oct. 6 game against Skagit Valley Community College. (Eugene Johnson/The Torch)

Titans bust winning streak in Mount Vernon The Lane women’s soccer team saw its three-game winning streak come to an end at the hands of Skagit Valley Community College Oct. 6 in Mount Vernon, Wash.

Green River sophomore forward Karly Dedmon pulls sophomore midfielder Emily Strome to the ground in a match Sept. 29 in Eugene. Green River avoided a penalty by pulling Dedmon from the field. (Photo by Eugene Johnson)

Another aggressive game, another Titans shutout Titans defended their home territory Sept. 29 with a 1-0 win over Green River Community College.

Freshman forward Maddi Barton scored the first goal in a 3-0 victory against Clark on Sept. 26 in Eugene. (Photo slideshow by Eugene Johnson)

Full-contact soccer ends in Titans shutout No matter how physical Clark College tried to get with the Lane women’s soccer team, the Titans (5-1-2) delivered the blows that mattered most in their 3-0 victory at a …Continue reading →

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