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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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Sagdahl, Cacho-Kekahuna Tabbed Co-Tritons of the Week

Nathaniel SagdahlBaseball catcher Nathaniel Sagdahl and softball utility player Kalei Cacho-Kekahuna have been tabbed as Co-Tritons of the Week for April 23. Sagdahl went 4-for-9 with 3 runs scored and 6 RBI in Edmonds' sweep of Shoreline over the weekend. The sophomore backstop also drew 4  walks and has been stellar behind the plate. The Decatur high school product has a team-leading 10 doubles, and is currently batting .359 overall this spring.Kalei Cacho-Kekahuna He earned 2nd-Team North region catching honors last year as a freshman. Cacho-Kekahuna helped lift softball to a 4-0 record last week. The freshman from Waianae, Hawaii just recently recovered from an early-season ACL sprain. Although her mobility is not back to full strength, she has started to dominate from the designated player spot in the Tritons lineup. Last week she was 7-for-10 with one home run, 6 runs scored, 11 RBI, and also walked 3 times. On the year she is batting .474 in 38 at-bats, which includes 5 doubles and 21 RBI. Cacho has walked 13 times overall; she sports the best on-base percentage on team (.697).

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Softball Hosts Strikeout Cancer Games on Tuesday

Strikeout Cancer DHEdmonds CC softball swept two more regional series last week at Olympic College and versus Shoreline CC. On April 18, the Tritons defeated OC 14-4 and 11-0, both in five innings. Kalei Cacho-Kekahuna led the way with three hits in the opener. Six batters recorded multiple hits in the game. Seli Aholelei hurled a one-hitter in the game two shutout, and helped herself with a 3-for-4 day offensively. Cacho-Kekahuna added two hits and 4 RBI, and Brooke Keli'iho'omalu was 2-for-3 with 2 RBI.

On Friday, Edmonds re-started a previously halted game against Shoreline, inheriting the bases loaded and trailing 2-0 in the top of the first. The Dolphins plated two more runs in the top of the first, but the Tritons took over from that point on. Final scores of the home sweep were 15-4 in five innings, and 8-0 in six frames. Cacho-Kekahuna, Aholelei, and Chantelle Shimabukuro all homered on the day. The Tritons pounded out 23 hits in the twinbill as Aholelei picked up both pitching wins. 

Edmonds will host Bellevue College on Tuesday, April 24 in a matchup of perennial North powers. Edmonds CC is currently ranked No. 2 overall, and comes in at No. 4 in the NWAC RPI. Bellevue is ranked No. 4, and is the No. 5 team in the RPI. Both teams will be wearing pink for Tuesday's doubleheader to honor breast cancer survivors, raise awareness, and raise money in the fight against breast cancer. There will be an opportunity to make donations at the gate entrance. All donations will go to Team Survivor Northwest.

Softball Schedule

The Week Ahead:

Tuesday, April 24 vs. Bellevue College - 4 p.m. (DH) - Triton Field

Saturday, April 28 vs. Highline College - 4 p.m. (DH) - Triton Field

Baseball Sweeps Dolphins, Holds Top Spot in the North

Baseball Team rollingThe Edmonds CC baseball team swept all four games from Shoreline CC over the weekend and sit alone atop the North Region standings at 10-1. The Tritons defeated the Dolphins 8-5 and 5-0 on Saturday, and 12-1 and 5-1 on Sunday. Starting pitchers Elliot Carney, Wyatt Stanley, Will Smith, and C.J. Blowers all picked up pitching wins. Lucas Ford has not allowed an earned run this year, and picked up two more saves, a category he leads the NWAC in (9).

Game 1 (8-5): Nathaniel Sagdahl recorded two hits and drove in five runs and Conner Sayles was 3-for-4. Edmonds broke a 5-5 tie in the bottom of the fifth scoring two runs.

Game 2 (5-0): Edmonds scored two runs in the first and three in the sixth to blank the Dolphins. Leadoff hitter Guthrie Morrison was 2-for-4. Wyatt Stanley twirled a complete game gem on the bump.

Game 3 (12-1): The Tritons pulled away late with a four-run eighth and a five-run ninth. Nic Sokol was 4-for-6 with 3 runs scored; Evan Hurn (3 RBI) and Conner Sayles collected two hits apiece. Kolby Force also added 3 RBI.

Game 4 (5-1): David Gibons was 2-for-4 and Leighton Moniz scored twice as the Tritons notched the series sweep.

Edmonds (29-3, 10-1 North) heads back to Bremerton for a makeup game at Olympic College (17-16, 8-7 North) on Wednesday, April 25. The single nine inning affair will start at 11:00 a.m. 

Baseball Schedule

The Week Ahead:

Wednesday, April 25 at Olympic College - 11 a.m. (1x9) - Knights Field

Friday, April 27 vs. Douglas College - 1 p.m. (DH) - Triton Field

Sunday, April 29 at Douglas College - 1 p.m. (DH) - Whalley Park

Seli Aholelei Named NWAC Pitcher of the Week

For the second time this season Edmonds CC softball's Seli Aholelei has been honored by the conference. This week she has been named the NWAC Pitcher of the Week. She was the NWAC Player of the Week on April 4. Read More > >

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Walton Inks With NCAA Division I Drexel

Zach WaltonMen'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.


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Walton joins these 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)

Baseball, Softball No. 1 and No. 2 in NWAC Polls

The second installment of coaches polls were released on April 12 -- Triton Baseball stayed in the top spot at No. 1, and Triton Softball moved up one slot to the No. 2 ranking. The recognition for softball as No. 2 is the highest in program history (since the NWAC coaches poll were started). Baseball is 4-1 against North teams, and is 23-3 overall; Softball is 15-1 in the North, and 25-4 overall.

Everett (No. 5) is the only other North team in the baseball poll. Douglas (No. 3) and Bellevue (No. 4) are behind Edmonds in the softball poll. The Tritons went 3-1 against the two clubs in the first round of region play. April 12 NWAC Rankings: Baseball | Softball

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Triton, prince of the sea in Greek mythology, commands the ocean waves. 

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