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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Dmitruk Named AVCA All-American
Sophomore outside hitter Michelle Dmitruk (Everett, Wash.) has been named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association's Two-Year College All-American team. Dmitruk, who was tabbed as the NWAC North Region MVP, and who was also selected to the NWAC All-Tournament Team, landed on the AVCA Third-Team All-American list.
Dmitruk led the Tritons to the North Region title and a 4th place finish at the NWAC Tournament. She averaged the most kills per set in the region. Dmitruk also received the NWAC Academic Excellence Award for her efforts in the classroom.
Triton Men split pair of games in Seaview
Men's hoops knocks off Clackamas, loses to Centralia in rematch
LYNNWOOD (Dec. 9) -- Edmonds CC men's basketball extended their winning streak to five games on Saturday, but fell to Centralia on Sunday in the Triton-Pirate Classic. Edmonds handed Clackamas CC their first loss of the year, 108-96 Saturday. The Tritons were ahead 45-32 at the half and pushed their lead to 29 points at one point before holding off a late charge by the Cougars. Freshman guard Robert Ford was largely responsible for the Cougar comeback. He scored 21 points in the second half and finished the contest with 32 points.
Sean Kirk had the hot hand for Edmonds -- he was 4 of 5 from behind the arc, and 11 of 12 from the field, netting a game-high 32 points. Kirk also tallied 11 rebounds and 3 assists in the win. Drew Magaoay scored 26 points, Brendan Tetrault dropped 15 points, and Erwin Weary Jr. contributed 10 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists. Tritons' point guard Thomas Doyle scored 10 points, dished 8 assists, and grabbed 6 rebounds.
On Sunday the Tritons lost to Centralia 92-80. The Trailblazers took control midway through the second half and held on the rest of the way. Edwin Weary Jr. led all scorers with 26 points, going 11 for 16 from the field. Centralia (4-2) shot 63% in the second half and won the battle in the paint, outscoring Edmonds 48-30. The Trailblazers avenged a tough loss to the Tritons that they suffered on their home court in overtime on December 1. In the other games, Centralia beat Peninsula 64-51 Saturday and Clackamas (7-1) downed Peninsula (1-7) in overtime, 100-86 on Sunday.
Edmonds (5-2) travels to Olympia, Wash. for the South Puget Sound CC-hosted NWAC Crossover tournament this Thursday-Saturday.
Thursday, December 13 vs. Portland CC - 6 p.m. - South Puget Sound CC
Friday, December 14 vs. Blue Mountain CC - 6 p.m. - South Puget Sound CC
Saturday, December 15 vs. South Puget Sound CC - 2 p.m. - South Puget Sound CC
Tritons of the Week Selected
Balino, Balagso, Magaoay and Kirk selected as Tritons of the Week
Making up for lost time, there are four Triton student-athletes being honored as Tritons of the Week on December 6 for the past three weeks of athletic competition. Men's and women's basketball are heading towards the end of their third week of games -- these four Tritons have helped both team's to strong starts.
Gieanni Balino has been a key cog in helping women's basketball to a surprising 5-0 start this season. She is the team's leading scorer, averaging 17.3 points per game. Balino, who hails from Ewa Beach, Hawaii, has reached the 20-point mark twice this year. Her 21 points were tops for Edmonds in their most recent road win over Blue Mountain CC on Saturday.
Rachael Balagso has been an assist machine as the floor general for women's hoops. She is currently the assist leader for the conference, averaging 5.8 per game. The Lahainaluna High (HI) product is also contributing 10 points per game, and tallied an amazing 10 steals in the Tritons' season opening victory against South Puget Sound CC.
Drew Magaoay came off the bench to ignite the Triton offense in Saturday’s come-from-behind overtime road win over Centrailia. The sophomore transfer from Western Washington University knocked down four three pointers in a 20-point second half effort, and finished with 29 points in the contest. Magaoay prepped at Cascade High; he's averaging 14 ppg, 3.8 asg, and 2.4 rpg in just 23 minutes per contest.
Sean Kirk has been a key ingredient in all four men’s basketball triumphs, and is averaging just over 18 points per game. The freshman guard from Mountlake Terrace, Wash. is knocking down 46.3% of his shots, and is also grabbing 7.2 boards per game. The 6'3'' guard's 19 offensive rebounds are 6th overall in the NWAC.
Tritons Roll Titans 62-48
LYNNWOOD (Dec. 5) -- Edmonds CC women's basketball defeated Tacoma CC 62-48 in Seaview Gym Wednesday night. Rachael Balagso's six first quarter points helped the Tritons take an early 14-4 advantage that they would not relinquish. Twelve players scored in the contest. Kalei Cates' 10 points marked the third game this season she's reached double digits. Box Score
Edmonds (5-0) is off until next Friday, December 14 when they open the NWAC Crossover Tournament at Highline Community College. In addition to the host Highline College, Yakima Valley College and Chemeketa CC will be participating in the weekend tournament. The Tritons have also added another home game on Tuesday, December 18 against Portland CC.
Friday, December 14 vs. Highline College - 8 p.m. - Highline College
Saturday, December 15 vs. Yakima Valley College - 12 p.m. - Highline College
Sunday, December 16 vs. Chemeketa CC - 12 p.m. - Highline College
Nine Tritons earn Fall NWAC Academic Excellence Awards
Nine fall sports sophomores have received NWAC Academic Excellence status for their efforts in the classroom. Congratulations to volleyball's Michelle Dmitruk (3.38 GPA) and Sydnee Peterson (3.65), women's soccer's Victoria Hunter (3.53), Halle Porter (3.68), Karla Olsan (3.55), Erikah Ledesma (3.36) and men's soccer's Kyle Aure (3.4), Bryce Foland (3.39), and Taishi Adachi (3.58). To be considered for the award, you must be a sophomore, have completed a minimum of 36 credits, and have at least a 3.25 GPA.
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Triton, prince of the sea in Greek mythology, commands the ocean waves.
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