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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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Adachi Nets Two Goals, is Triton of the Week
Freshman forward Taishi Adachi netted two goals for the Edmonds CC men's soccer team last week to nab Triton of the Week honors for October 17. Adachi scored Wednesday, October 11 against Peninsula, and again found the net in Saturday's loss to Everett CC. The goals were the first of the season for the freshman from Amagasaki, Japan.
Bellevue Hands Edmonds First League Loss
The Edmonds CC volleyball team was handed their first loss of region play on Wednesday, October 11 by Bellevue College, 3-0. The Tritons, who are now 5-1, were swept in straight sets and now sit in second place after the first round of league play. Edmonds CC hosts Shoreline Wednesday, October 18, and welcomes seven NWAC teams to Seaview Gym this weekend for the Edmonds Crossover. The full schedule is linked below.
The Week Ahead:
Wednesday, October 18 vs. Shoreline CC - Seaview Gym - 7 p.m.
Saturday, October 21 and Sunday, October 22 - Edmonds CC NWAC Crossover - Seaview Gym
General admission for all Triton home athletic contests is $5 for adults, $3 for seniors, and free for children under 12 or for those who have a valid EdPass.
Triton Soccer at Whatcom, Shoreline This Week
Triton soccer was winless last week in home matches versus Peninsula College Wednesday, and Everett CC on Saturday. Nataliya Datsiv scored the lone goal for the women this past week; Taishi Adachi scored both goals for the men in a losing effort for the Tritons. Both squads will play away games this week. Sophomore night will be Wednesday, October 25 at Triton Field.
The Week Ahead:
Wednesday, October 18 at Whatcom CC - Women 2 p.m. | Men 4:15 p.m.
Saturday, October 21 at Shoreline CC - Women 12 p.m. | Men 2:15 p.m.
Baseballers Attend NWAC Showcase
Five Triton baseball players attended the annual NWAC Fall Showcase in Longview, Wash. on Saturday, September 23. The showcase and games were held on the campus of Lower Columbia College where the NWAC Championships are played each May. Four Triton sophomores and one freshman were selected to showcase their skills in front of 50 major league baseball scouts and four-year universities and colleges. Edmonds participants were (pictured from left-to-right): Evan Hurn (So., INF), Guthrie Morrison (So., OF), Elliot Carney (So., RHP), Kolby Force (Fr., OF), and Nathaniel Sagdahl (So., C).
Softball Shows Well at Fall Classic
Edmonds CC softball faced their first opponents of the fall this past weekend at Portland's Delta Park. Many NWAC schools (16) were represented, and there was a showcase for selected sophomores. Edmonds fared well against two South region NWAC Tournament qualifiers from a year ago in Fall Classic games against Chemeketa and Clackamas. The four Triton sophomores who participated in the showcase were (pictured from left-to-right): Ashley Gregory (C/3B), Tamia Hirano (INF), Seli Aholelei (P/UTL), and Chasity Stalcup (P/OF).
2017-18 Basketball Schedules Released
The Triton men's and women's basketball programs have released their 2017-18 schedules.
Your first chance to see the women in action is at home when the Tritons host Gonzaga Club for a 3 p.m. scrimmage in Seaview Gym on November 5. Their first official contest is on the road at Big Bend CC on November 18. The men have three home scrimmages on November 3, 8, and 15 in Seaview Gym before they open the season at Grays Harbor College on November 18.
Magri Honored as NWAC Setter of the Week
Sophomore Macy Magri was named the NWAC Setter of the Week as announced by the conference office on August 30. The setter from Fresno, Calif. had impressive numbers in her six matches at the NWAC Showcase in Springfield, Ore. August 26-27. Read More > >
Kelly Selected as Assistant Athletic Director
Scott Kelly was hired as Edmonds Community College Assistant Athletic Director recently. In addition to supporting the seven athletic programs, Kelly will be responsible for all home game management, upkeep of and management of all athletic facilities, facility rentals, hiring and training student workers and part-time hourly employees, and scheduling among other duties.
Kelly brings 14 years of coaching experience from all levels, including 7 years in the NWAC as both an assistant and head baseball coach, to the position. He has a proven track record of moving players on to four-year schools and the professional ranks from a structured program where student success is at the core. "I want to help all students succeed that come through our doors at EdCC," Kelly said.
Needham Selected by Mariners in 2017 MLB Draft
Zach Needham, the NWAC Baseball Player of the Year, was selected by the Seattle Mariners in the 40th round of the 2017 Major League Baseball first-year player draft, and becomes the 70th Triton baseball player taken from Edmonds CC. Read More >>
Triton Athletics Holds Annual Awards Ceremony
The Edmonds CC athletics department held their fifth annual banquet and awards ceremony on June 6. Current student-athletes were recognized for their academic achievements and their athletic performance. NWAC Executive Director Marco Azurdia was the guest speaker. There were three special recognition awards given to Coach Ron Newton, Coach Ron Omori, and Dean Jorge de la Torre. Baseball's Zach Needham (L) was named Male Athlete of the Year and softball's Kamryn Kanae (R) came away with the Female Athlete of the Year. The event capped another successful year of Triton Athletics.
For a detailed recap of the night, read the Full Story >>
Former Edmonds CC Skipper Kingsbury Inducted into SCSHOF
EVERETT -- Keith Kingsbury (R), who helmed the Triton men's basketball team for 36 years and won 570 games, was inducted into the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame during a ceremony at Xfinity Arena on September 28, 2016. In 1985, his team won the NWAC men’s basketball championship and three other times his teams placed in the NWAC championships. He is the all-time winningest coach in Edmonds Community College history and he has sent over 100 players to four-year level colleges, including 25 to NCAA Division 1 schools. In 2013, Kingsbury was inducted into the NWAC Hall of Fame. Full Story >>
Edmonds CC Gets Two into the NWAC Hall of Fame
The Northwest Athletic Conference inducted former Edmonds CC coach Janet Guenther and 1998 Championship baseball team into the Hall of Fame held at the Red Lion in Bellevue on June 2, 2016. Full Story >>
Edmonds CC Wins Maury Ray Athletic Director's Cup
The NWAC announced the two winners of its 2014-2015 Athletic Director's Cup (Dr. Maury Ray Cup) at the annual Hall of Fame Banquet and Awards Dinner on June 4. Taking the Dick McClain Division (schools with seven or less sports) was Edmonds Community College. Read More >>
Our Mascot: The Triton
Triton, prince of the sea in Greek mythology, commands the ocean waves.