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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Trailblazers edge Tritons at NWAC Tourney
Kirk, Magaoay, Doyle earn North Region honors; Kirk tabbed as North Frosh of the Year
EVERETT -- Edmonds CC was unable to fend off the Centralia Trailblazers in the early morning game at the NWAC Championship Tournament on Thursday, March 7. The Tritons fell 73-71 to the No. 3 seed from the West Region. It was the fourth matchup between the two teams this season. The game was a physical, choppy back-and-forth game most of the first half as both teams went to the locker rooms tied up at 30-30.
The Trailblazers inside presence eventually took over in the second half as Centralia's Marqus Gilson started converting easy looks under the rim. Edmonds used their trademark defensive pressure to force turnovers and closed the gap to 56-51 after two putbacks from Tobyn Lawson, but Centralia was able to fend off the run and prevailed taking advantage of multiple offensive rebounds.
Gilson was force for Centralia, finishing with a 17-point, 15-rebound, 7-block effort. Drew Magaoay was the game's top scorer with 23 points and 5 steals. Sean Kirk added 13 points and 5 rebounds in the losing effort. Centralia moved on to face the defending NWAC champion North Idaho on Friday. NIC beat the Trailblazers and has advanced to next weekend's Final Four.
Sophomore guard Drew Magaoay (Shoreline, Wash.) was named to the NWAC North Region 1st Team, sophomore point guard Thomas Doyle (Seattle, Wash.) was selected to the North All-Defensive Team, and freshman Sean Kirk (Mountlake Terrace, Wash.) was tabbed as a 1st Team selection and North Freshman of the Year. Magaoay, a transfer from Western Washington University, averaged 18.7 ppg, 1.9 spg, and shot 86% from the charity stripe. Doyle emerged as the catalyst for the Tritons this year with his relentless effort on both ends of the floor. He averaged 10.5 ppg, 6.4 rpg, 5 apg, and 2.7 spg. Kirk scored 18.5 ppg, 7.8 rpg, and shot 50% from the field this season. The Mountlake Terrace high school product follows former Triton star Zach Walton with freshman of the year honors.
Edmonds men's hoops turned in another outstanding season with a 19-10 record. The Tritons have been a playoff qualifier six of the past seven seasons.
Women's Basketball seeks next head coach
Edmonds CC is looking for qualified applicants to apply to be the head coach of the women's basketball program. The position is open until filled. All inquires can be directed to athletic director Spencer Stark. For more information see the position annoucement.
Baseball sweeps over the weekend, now 11-2
Edmonds went 4-0 against Columbia Basin and Walla Walla
LYNNWOOD -- Triton baseball earned four more wins over the weekend, defeating Columbia Basin College and Walla Walla CC to up their record to 11-2. Edmonds beat Columbia Basin 10-3 and Walla Walla 5-4 Saturday; they defeated Walla Walla 5-0 and Columbia Basin 2-1 Sunday.
Game 1: Jacob Butler led the offensive attack going 3-for-4. Edmonds scored two runs in the fourth and three in the fifth, never looking back. Leighton Moniz, David Gibons, and Ben David each collected two hits apiece. Gibons also launched his first home run of the year. Righty Wyatt Stanley earned his third victory of the year going six innings of scoreless ball.
Game 2: Saturday's nightcap was a comeback affair -- the Warriors broke a 3-3 tie in the top of the ninth inning, but the Tritons responded with two runs in the bottom half to win 5-4. Noah Fenz allowed only three runs in seven innings. RBI's for Gage Gibson, Zach Archibald, Chris Cook, Leighton Moniz, and Ben David.
Game 3: The Tritons rode Luke Tedrick's strong start to a 5-0 blanking of Walla Walla. The sophomore left-hander fanned six over seven frames to earn the win. Leighton Moniz and Jalil Marinez were both 2-for-4 with two runs scored; Chris Cook was 2-for-3.
Game 4: Gage Gibson was 2-for-3, and Jalil Marinez provided both RBI's for Edmonds as the Tritons held on to edge CBC 2-1 in the weekend finale. Freshman Eric Shinjo went six innings to nab the pitching win.
The Tritons were scheduled to travel to Yakima Valley College this weekend, but because of field conditions the four games east of the mountains have been canceled. Edmonds will now host Centralia College on Sunday, March 17 for a doubleheader starting at noon. Most up-to-date information can be found on the athletics Twitter (@EdCCTritons1).
Softball 7-2 headed into region play Thursday
Edmonds faces Everett in a "T" Trophy matchup in home opener
LACEY -- The Edmonds CC softball team participated in the NWAC Inter-Region tournament March 9-10 and collected three wins in five games at the Regional Athletic Complex in Lacey, Wash.
Game 1: Edmonds lost a slugfest to Big Bend 17-11 in their opener. Ciena Kauhi and Kalei Cacho-Kekahuna led the way with 3 hits each. Shanelle Lum, Mckenzie Beavin, Kayla Hensley, and Chantelle Shimabukuro all collected two hits apiece in the losing effort. The Tritons had 16 hits total as a team.
Game 2: The Tritons bounced back with a dominating performance over Chemeketa, disposing off the Storm 17-3 in a run-rule shortened game. Cecilia Robbins earned the win in the circle. (No box score available).
Game 3: Ciena Kauhi was a perfect 3-for-3 with 2 runs scored and helped Edmonds top Treasure Valley 9-1 in five innings. The Tritons pounded out 13 hits to run away from the Chukars. Shanelle Lum's two-run opposite field home run ended the game in the fifth. Freshman pitcher Cecilia Robbins got her second win of the day.
Game 4: Shanelle Lum hurled five shutout innings in the circle as Edmonds defeated Grays Harbor 12-0 in five innings. Five Tritons had multiple hits in the game, including Staisa Micky, Brooke Keli'iho'omalu, and Jordan Bentz.
Edmonds home and North Region opener is Thursday, March 14 against rival Everett Community College (3-3). The Tritons will hope to build off a 7-5 lead in the "T" Trophy standings. First pitch of the doubleheader is scheduled for 4 p.m. at Triton Field. General admission is $5 for adults, $3 for teens/seniors, and free for children under 12.
Triton Tidbits: Abad signs with D1 LIU
Agbayani named to NWAC North All-Defensive Team
LYNNWOOD -- Edmonds CC men's soccer sophomore Julio Abad recently signed his national letter of intent to attend Long Island University to play for the Post Pioneers next fall. LIU is making the transition to NCAA Division I competition and will compete in the Northeast Conference. Abad (Lynnwood, Wash.) was selected to the NWAC All-Region team and is a midfielder from Meadowdale High School.
Women's basketball freshman Sheilaika Agbayani (Lahaina, Hawaii) was selected to the NWAC North Region All-Defensive Team. Agbayani is a 5-foot-3 guard from Lahainaluna High School.
Our Mascot: The Triton
Triton, prince of the sea in Greek mythology, commands the ocean waves.
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