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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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Broschat chosen as NWAC Offensive POW

Broschat NWAC POWVolleyball's Kendall Broschat received recognition from the conference as she was named the NWAC Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week on October 11. Broschat was a key factor in the Tritons' two wins over Everett and Skagit Valley last week. The sophomore middle blocker from Kelso, Wash. had no attacking errors and was a steady force at the net both attacking and blocking, earning a high hitting percentage in both games. She was also the regional Offensive Player of the Week for Week 7 of NWAC volleyball action. Read More > >

Houser recognized as Triton of the Week

Colin HauserMen's soccer freshman goalkeeper Colin Hauser is the Triton of the Week for October 17 after tallying his third shutout of the year. Hauser earned a clean sheet in Edmonds' 1-0 blanking off Everett on October 13. In that match he turned away nine shots, preserving the win. The Boise, Idaho native has 75 saves on the season, which is third best in the NWAC overall.

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Team effort lifts volleyball to 13th straight win

Volleyball wins 13th in a rowSHORELINE (Oct. 17) -- The Edmonds CC volleyball team extended it's winning streak with a 3-1 win at Shoreline on Wednesday. Edmonds (24-6, 7-0 North) took the first set 25-20 and lost the second set 25-16 before finishing off the match with two identical 25-18 set victories. It has been -- and continues to be -- a team effort for the Tritons. Three players collected double digit kills (Michelle Dmitruk, Saide Gardner, Zarya Smith) and four players notched double digit digs (Michelle Dmitruk, Haylee Hooper, Payton Ludwig, and Sadie Gardner). Haylee Hooper tallied a season-high 49 assists which is the most in match for the team this season. Edmonds hosts Olympic College Friday night in Seaview Gym. Former volleyball coach and NWAC Hall of Famer Janet Guenther will be honored between sets on Friday. The championship coach will be part of the first Triton Athletics Hall of Fame class that will be inducted in May 2019. Box Score

Upcoming Games

Friday, October 19 vs. Olympic College - 7 p.m. - SEAVIEW GYM

Wednesday, October 24 at Whatcom CC - 7 p.m. - Bellingham, WA

Second half comeback falls short for men's soccer

Men's soccer loses to WhatcomLYNNWOOD (Oct. 17) -- The Whatcom Orcas scored four first half goals, and led 4-1 late in the first half, eventually hanging on to top the Tritons 5-3. The Tritons mounted a comeback but came up just short. Edmonds' goals were by Bryce Foland (22'), Kyle Aure (43') and Rofaiel Dawood (65'). Aure also had an assist in the match. The game tightened near the end of regulation as Edmonds trailed 4-3 and had many chances. The Orcas last goal in the 90th minute sealed the victory. With three games remaining, the Tritons will need to win out and get some help in order to secure a playoff berth. Everett (18 points), Skagit Valley (15 points), and Edmonds (13 points) are all fighting to nab the last playoff spot in the North. Box Score

Upcoming Games

Saturday, October 20 vs. Shoreline CC - 2:15 p.m. - TRITON FIELD

Wednesday, October 24 at Skagit Valley College - 4:15 p.m. - Mount Vernon, WA

Women's soccer blanked by Whatcom

HunterLYNNWOOD (Oct. 17) -- Edmonds women's soccer was unable to find the back of the net in a home loss to Whatcom CC on Wednesday, 5-0. It wasn't for lack of effort -- the Tritons outshot the Orcas in the match 16-10 but were unable to convert. With three games remaining, the Orcas have now caught up to the Tritons in the standings; both teams are tied in second place with 22 points. With the win, Whatcom now has the tiebreaker over the Tritons. Skagit Valley still has their playoff hopes alive with 16 points. They will need to defeat Edmonds on October 24 to have a chance. The Tritons can punch their ticket to the NWAC playoffs with at least a tie against Shoreline on Saturday. Box Score

Upcoming Games

Saturday, October 20 vs. Shoreline CC - 12 p.m. - TRITON FIELD

Wednesday, October 24 at Skagit Valley College - 2 p.m. - Mount Vernon, WA

Tawney named women's athletic commissioner

Traci TawneyNew assistant softball coach Traci Tawney has been named Edmonds CC's women's athletic commissioner, effectively immediately. Tawney steps into the role vacated by former Triton softball coach Sheryl Gilmore. Tawney played softball four years at the University of Washington where she received her bachelor's degree in Communications. Tawney also has her master's degree in Special Education. Before her arrival to Edmonds she was the head softball coach at Lake Washington High School the past six years, and guided the Kangaroos to the 2A state championship in 2014. Tawney still assists with University of Washington softball clinics, and  was a volunteer coach for the program in 2003-2004. "Traci's past experiences and values directly align with the NWAC's mission. She will be a great support to our women student-athletes," said athletic director Spencer Stark.

Volleyball, women's soccer still in NWAC rankings

Edmonds CC volleyball and women's soccer are still in the latest installment of the NWAC Coaches Polls, which were released October 10. Volleyball dropped one spot to No. 6, while women's soccer stayed put at No. 7.  Volleyball has been ranked No. 5 the first three polls; women's soccer was not ranked the first poll, followed by appearances at No. 8 and No. 7 for two consecutive polls. 

Volleyball Rankings | Women's Soccer Rankings

Triton Basketball Schedules Set

Another installment of Triton basketball is just around the corner. Both Triton hoops squads have set their 2018-19 schedules. Edmonds men's basketball has their first scrimmage on November 1 in Seaview Gym against Christian Faith. Tipoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. They will open the season at Everett CC on November 17-18 against Green River College and South Puget Sound CC. The Edmonds women start their campaign in Olympia, Wash. at South Puget Sound CC on November 17, before hosting Fairfield Air Force on November 24.

Men's Basketball Schedule | Women's Basketbal Schedule

Hooper Named Setter of the Week

Freshman setter Haylee Hooper (Auburn, Wash.) was named the NWAC North Region setter of the week on October 4. Hooper is 12th overall in the NWAC, averaging 6.7 assists per set. The Auburn Mountain View High School product has registered double digit assists in the Tritons' first five regional matches.

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

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