Women's Soccer Coaching Staff

BEITELHead Coach: Brittney Beitel-Davidson


Coach Beitel-Davidson enters her fourth year at the helm of the Edmonds CC women's soccer team in 2017. Beitel-Davidson has led the Tritons to a 19-27-8 overall record in three years and a playoff appearance.

The Tritons battled injuries all of 2016 but Natalie Brown (forward) and Michele Bodzewski (midfielder) were both named first team All North-East Region and played in the NWAC All-Star game. Bodzeweski was also selected as the Red Lion Hotel Female Scholarship winner thanks to her excellent play on the field, grades, and community service.

The Tritons battled through injuries for all of 2015 and placed fourth in league, one slot from a playoff appearance. Haylee Longsine was selected as a second-team All-Star with five players: Lexie Gray, Haylee Longsine, Hannah Longsine, Olivia Olason, Peyton Pruett and Riquelle Weaver earning Academic Excellence honors.

In 2014 Edmonds CC posted a12-5-5 overall mark and finished third in the NWAC North. The Tritons traveled to Treasure Valley for a first Round playoff game and fell in the shootout of an epic 2-2 match. After the season, Michaela Moren was named a North All-Star with Alecia Longsine and Riquelle Weaver garnering All-Region status.

Beitel-Davidson's coaching experience includes working as an assistant under Darren Bell at Skagit Valley College and as a coach for the Washington Rush, a premier soccer club in Everett. She recently completed a certificate as a Speed Specialist for the NASE as she is working on her Master's degree.

Beitel-Davidson competed collegiately at the Division I level for the University of Idaho, where she earned her bachelor’s degree in Science and Physical Education. She prepped at Emerald Ridge High School in Puyallup, and with the Nortac Blaze in Tacoma.

Beitel-Davidson resides in Everett with husband Ryan and also works as a PE instructor at Edmonds CC.

Assistant Coaches

Adam Fenster, Aaron Johnson, and Mark McAlexander