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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Carney Twirls No-Hitter for Seven Frames, Nabs TOW
Sophomore Elliot Carney hurled seven innings of no-hit ball on Saturday against Thompson Rivers University, and nabs Triton of the Week honors for March 13. Ryoma Ueda preserved the no-hitter with a perfect frame in the eighth to finish off the combined no-hit bid. The game ended after the eighth inning because of the run-rule; Edmonds defeated the WolfPack 12-0. Carney, who hails from Eastlake High School, had 11 punch outs in the game. In three starts this year, the right-hander is 3-0 with a 0.00 ERA, 17 strikeouts, and 2 walks; he's only allowed 5 hits.
Tritons Softball Has Island Flavor
The Edmonds CC softball team was featured on the front page of The Daily Herald on Tuesday, March 13. The program's rise to success is due, in part, to the recruiting connection they have established in Hawaii. Last year's Hawaiian sophomores Paige Matsuki and Kamryn Kanae have moved on to four-year schools, and this year's squad is already off to a strong 10-3 start. Read the Full Story > >
Linn-Benton Bests Tritons, Ends Men's Hoops Season
The Triton men's basketball season came to an end on Saturday with a first round loss at the NWAC Championships to Linn-Benton. After a choppy first half, Edmonds carried a 40-36 lead into the locker rooms. It wasn't until late in the second half when the Roadrunners separated from the Tritons as their bench depth keyed the victory, 81-72. Zach Walton registered a double double scoring 24 points and grabbing 13 rebounds in his final game as a Triton. Edmonds CC shot 37% from the field; Linn-Benton made 46% of their shots. The Roadrunners also took care of the ball, only surrendering 9 turnovers. The Tritons coughed it up 18 times. Edmonds outrebounded Linn-Benton 47-39, but in the end could not hit the big shot or make an important stop defensively when needed. Jake Higgins and Loren LaCasse added 11 and 10 points respectively.
Edmonds finished the season 20-10 overall and qualified for the NWAC posteseason for the fifth time in six years. The NWAC's game recap can be found here > > Scroll down to the Edmonds game.
Softball Gears up for North Region Play
The Triton softball team split on the weekend at the NWAC Inter-Region tournament in Lacey, Wash. going 2-2. On Saturday, Edmonds started with a blow out win over Grays Harbor 20-2 in five innings, but fell to South power Lower Columbia 9-8. On Sunday the Tritons lost to Centralia 7-3 before defeating Wenatchee Valley 13-1.
Softball now holds a 10-3 record overall and looks ahead to the start of North Region play. Up first is an improved Shoreline CC team, at Meridian Park in Shoreline on Sunday. The Tritons have qualified for the NWAC postseason the last two years after a decade hiatus. Your first chance to see the Tritons at home will be Saturday, March 24 vs. Olympic College.
The Week Ahead:
Sunday, March 18 at Shoreline CC - 12 p.m. (DH) - Meridian Park School
Pitching Powers Tritons to Three Wins
Edmonds CC baseball took three of four games over the weekend in Moses Lake, Wash. Edmonds lost to Big Bend 1-0 on Friday, but rebounded to win three straight games to up their record to 9-1 overall. Edmonds defeated Thompson Rivers later Friday 3-1, beat the WolfPack again 12-0 on Saturday, and avenged their loss to Big Bend with a 3-0 shutout on Sunday. The Tritons pitching staff has been stellar with five shutouts so far this year.
Noah Fenz had nine strikeouts in six innings and Conner Sayles was 2-for-4 in Friday's loss. C.J. Blowers nabbed his first win of the year in Saturday's 3-0 victory. Nic Sokol was 3-for-3 with a double, and Evan Hurn collected two hits. In the 12-0 triumph over TRU, Matt Benjamin was 4-for-4 with a home run and 4 RBI. Hurn also homered in the win. Will Smith earned his third win of the year after a strong seven-inning start against Big Bend Sunday. Kolby Force accounted for all 3 RBI, and Lucas Ford earned his second save of the weekend.
The Tritons will host Southwestern Oregon CC and Pierce College for games this weekend that kickoff an eight-game homestand. General admission for all home Triton athletic games is $5 for adults, $3 for seniors/youth, and free for kids and students, staff, and faculty.
The Week Ahead:
- Friday, March 16 vs. Southwestern Oregon CC - 4 p.m. (DH) - Triton Field
- Saturday, March 17 vs. Southwestern Oregon CC - 12 p.m. (DH) - Triton Field
- Sunday, March 18 vs. Pierce College - 2 p.m. (DH) - Triton Field
Three Tritons Make All-League Teams
Women's Zaria Smith, and men's basketball players Zach Walton and Raven Frazier garnered NWAC North Region All-league honors this week, as announced by the conference. Smith, a freshman, was named to the All-Defensive team and the 2nd-Team. Sophomore Raven Frazier was an All-Defensive team selection, and sophomore Zach Walton earned 1st-Team status for the second time as a Triton.
Our Mascot: The Triton
Triton, prince of the sea in Greek mythology, commands the ocean waves.
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