Edmonds CC Tritons
Edmonds Community College fields seven athletic teams as part of the North Region of the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC). Scholarships are available for prospective athletes in all sports. Here is information on Eligibility at Edmonds CC.
Edmonds Community College's Athletic Facilities include Triton Field, Seaview Gym, and the Indoor Hitting Facility. The gym offers basketball courts, a weight room, and locker facilities for use by students, faculty, and staff with a valid EdPass. Seaview Gym is also home to the Physical Education department, as well as intramural and recreational activities.
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Baseball takes 3rd Place at NWAC Tournament
Team wins 40 games, tied for second most in school history
The Edmonds CC baseball team saw its season come to an end Sunday night in Longview as the host Lower Columbia College Red Devils turned the Tritons away, 3-1. Edmonds pounded balls all over the yard offensively but most were right at defenders. The Tritons battled, but fell to the eventual champion. The team ends the 2018 campaign with 40 wins, tied for second most in school history, and reclaimed the North Region title. Guthrie Morrison and Will Smith were named to the All-Tournament team.
Everett Herald: Tritons' ace earns NWAC baseball honor | Read More > >
Edmonds CC Tritons Blog: Tritons blank Big Bend, face Yakima Friday | Read More > >
Edmonds CC Tritons Blog: Edmonds stays alive at NWAC tournament | Read More > >
Japanese shortstop leading Edmonds CC Baseball
Yugo Hamakawa and the Tritons begin NWAC Tournament play this weekend in Longview
Freshman infielder Yugo Hamakawa was featured in a recent Everett Herald story as Edmonds CC baseball prepares for the 2018 NWAC Championship Tournament. Hamakawa, the team's starting shortstop, has anchored the middle of the lineup for the team as a freshman, and was recently selected to the NWAC North 2nd Team. Yugo Hamakawa was a sophomore in high school when he decided he was going to play college baseball in the United States. Read More > >
Softball places 3rd in NWAC
Team ends with record 42 wins, North title, and highest finish since '98
Edmonds softball's successful run ended on Monday, May 21 in Spokane as the Tritons fell to Lower Columbia College 7-1 on Championship Monday. The Tritons took 3rd place in the NWAC and finished a magical run in which it set a new school-record for wins, captured the North Region title for the first time since 2004, and achieved its highest finish at the tournament in two decades. Seli Aholelei, Chantelle Shimabukuro, and Tamia Hirano were named the All-Tournament team.
Everett Herald: Edmonds CC places 3rd at NWAC softball tournament | Read More > >
Edmonds CC Tritons Blog: NWAC Softball Title Decided Today | Read More > >
Edmonds CC Tritons Blog: Manuel's heroics lift Tritons to winners' bracket final | Read More > >
Edmonds CC Tritons Blog: Tritons slug their way past Highline, Lower Columbia | Read More > >
Aholelei, Shimabukuro Selected as All-Americans
Six softball players were named to the All-Region team
The Edmonds CC softball team had six players named to the NWAC North All-Region team, and two Tritons — Seli Aholelei and Chantelle Shimabukuro — were selected as NFCA NWAC All-Americans. For sophomore Seli Aholelei, it is the second time she has been honored with All-American status.
Carney Named North MVP, and NWAC Pitcher of the Year
Eleven baseball players earn All-Region status
The NWAC office released the All-Region and Gold Glove teams on May 18 and 11 Tritons were honored. Sophomore pitcher Elliot Carney took the most prestigious award as the North MVP. He makes it back-to-back years in which a Triton has been named the region's MVP (last year was Zach Needham).
Women's Soccer Adds 12 to fold
New Edmonds CC women's soccer coach Adam Fenster and his coaching staff have hit the ground running, signing 12 new freshmen for next fall. There is a strong base of decorated local players with a mix of out of state flavor. Read the Full Story > >
Walton Inks With NCAA Division I Drexel
Men's basketball sophomore forward Zach Walton recently signed his national letter of intent to play basketball for Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pa. The Dragons compete in the Colonial Athletic Association at the NCAA Division I level.
Current list of Tritons who have signed to four-year schools from Edmonds CC this year:
- Sydney Lawrence (So.) - Volleyball - MB - Lewis-Clark State College (NAIA)
- Macy Magri (So.) - Volleyball - S - Arizona Chrisitan University (NAIA)
- Morgan Lord (So.) - Women's Soccer - DF - Saint Martin's University (NCAA DII)
- Natalie Brown (So.) - Women's Soccer - F - Saint Martin's University (NCAA DII)
- Abdoulie Danso (So.) - Men's Soccer - DF - Adams St. University (NCAA DII)
- Sheriff Conta (So.) - Men's Soccer - DF - Walla Walla University (NAIA)
- Kolby Force (Fr.) - Baseball - OF - Cal-State University Northridge (NCAA DI)
- Will Smith (Fr.) - Baseball - RHP - Seattle University (NCAA DI)
- Evan Hurn (So.) - Baseball - 1B - Marshall University (NCAA DI)
- Chasity Stalcup (So.) - Softball - UTL - Northwest University (NAIA)
- Nicole Manuel (So.) - Softball - OF - Pacific Lutheran University (NCAA DIII)
Our Mascot: The Triton
Triton, prince of the sea in Greek mythology, commands the ocean waves.
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