Ducks add two, lose one.
Jessica Goodell of Nebraska and Mackenzie Doty of Chico State have transferred to play women's soccer for Oregon, while former Duck goalkeeper Emily Zaler has transferred to Missouri.
Goodell, a junior next fall, played in 41 games for the Cornhuskers as a midfielder and scored two goals with five assists.
Doty, a sophomore next fall, scored four goals as a midfielder with one assist in 20 games last season.
Oregon State's Miranda earns all-America
VAN NUYS, Calif. - Oregon State junior utility player Cambria Miranda earned second-team Easton Sports all-America honors.
She led the team in nine categories and is OSU's first player to score 50 or more runs in successive seasons.
Beacons sign first
women's golf recruit
Jordie Howell of Conifer, Colo., is the first recruit for the Northwest Christian College women's tennis team.
Howell was captain of her team and led Conifer to two second-place finishes in the Jeffco 4A league.
The NCC program will begin competition this fall.
set for this weekend
Four area 16-and-under softball teams will be in the 16-team field Saturday and Sunday at the Eugene Thunder Invitational.
Play begins at 8 a.m. Saturday at the fields behind Shasta Middle School and includes the Eugene Thunder, Eugene Lightning, Eugene Northstars and Junction City Tiger Pride. The championship game is scheduled for 1:15 p.m. Sunday.
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|Publication:||The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)|
|Date:||Jun 6, 2007|
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