Eugene, Ore. -- Down in south Eugene, it was a busy day for Lane Titan athletics. LCC hosted games in both women's and men's soccer as well as volleyball. Here is a quick roundup of the day at Lane.
Women's soccer draws Clackamas.
Lane Community College women's soccer took to Titan Field, hosting Clackamas.
In the 53rd minute, Fartun Osman beat out Teal Steinke and Madisen Lease to score the first goal of this one for Clackamas, leaving the Titans trailing 1-0.
But in the 82nd minute, off a corner kick, Sydney Ricketts popped one up, it went off the goalie's hand and in for the score.
Everyone is a winner at Lane as the Titan women earn a draw against Clackamas.
Men's Soccer battles Portland to draw.
Titan men's soccer was also at home, hosting Portland Community College.
In the 58th minute, Liam clark dropped a ball off for Jose Gonzales, who beat out the goalie and managed to drop one in the net as Lane gets on the board first.
Portland would respond with the game tied at 1. Gonzales let another one fly but the shot was just off the mark . Game was called in the 90th.
Lane tied with Portland, 1 - 1.
Volleyball top UCC, 3-0.
And the day at LCC finished with some volleyball. The Titans have been on a roll as of late and played host to Umpqua Community College.
Lane went up 2-0 quickly and looked to finish the game even quicker. Maggie Blair continued her stellar play, earning a kill for the 15th point that would kick off a game ending run.
Former Willamette Wolverine Sophie Johnson provided the 24th point and final LCC kill of the night as the Titans won a clean sweep 3-0 over Umpqua.
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