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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Softball Wins North Region Crown
The Tritons open the NWAC Championship Tournament Friday, May 18
The Edmonds CC softball team captured the NWAC north region crown with two victories over Everett on Saturday, May 12. It is the first regional title for the program since 2004 in what has been a record-setting season for Team 40; the squad finishes the regular season with a 39-6 record and No. 2 ranking in the final NWAC coaches poll of the season. All-league teams and award recognition will take place the night of Thursday, May 17 at the Red Lion at the Park Hotel in Spokane. The Tritons finished in the No. 3 slot for RPI and will face a familiar foe in No. 14 Highline College at 10 a.m. on Friday, May 18 to open the tournament. Edmonds swept the season series from the Thunderbirds during north region play. All games will be held at Spokane's Dwight Merkel Sports Complex for the second year in a row, hosted by the Community Colleges of Spokane and North Idaho College.
Sweep of Everett Ends Regular Season
Six Triton softball sophomores leave as winningest group in history
Six Triton softball sophomores put a stamp on their Triton careers Saturday, May 12 in a sweep of the Everett CC Trojans in their final games at Triton Field. Edmonds won the first game 7-1 and took an exciting extra-inning affair 3-2 in the nightcap. The sophomores leave the program as the winningest in the college's history. As freshmen the team had 35 victories; this season's 39 wins are a single season record.
Catcher Taylor Shigeta ended the regular season with the game winner in the bottom of the ninth. Everett is also headed to Spokane and will be the No. 10 seed at the NWAC championships. Sophomore Seli Aholelei has re-written the record books as a pitcher and position player. She currently leads the conference in pitching wins and strikeouts.
Baseball Claims North Region Title
The Tritons automatically qualify for the NWAC Championships
The Edmonds CC baseball team claimed their third North Region title in the last six years and receives an automatic bid to the NWAC championships May 24-28. Edmonds, who was ranked No. 3 in the final coaches poll of the season on May 9, will await the winner of the NWAC West-hosted super regional at Tacoma CC this weekend. The NWAC championships are in Longview hosted by Lower Columbia College at David Story Field. Baseball ends the regular season with a 38-7 mark, the highest number of wins headed into the championship tournament under sixth-year head coach Scott Kelly.
Military Veterans Honored at Baseball Games
First Military Appreciation Game held in conjunction with sophomore day
Edmonds CC baseball hosted its first ever Military Appreciation Day on Friday, May 11. The Tritons also honored 10 sophomores and three freshmen who will be moving on after this year. Edmonds lost to Skagit Valley twice, 2-1 and 3-1 at home before finishing the series and season with two wins at Skagit on Saturday. The Tritons clinched the north last week at Douglas College and will take the next week to prepare for the NWAC championships.
Edmonds CC alumnus, current foundation board member, co-chair of the Boots to Books and Beyond Campaign that raised $1 million dollars for the Veterans Resource Center, and Air Force veteran, Steve Pennington threw out the ceremonial first pitch. All active duty, reserve, national guard, veterans, and their families attended games free of charge.
Women's Soccer Adds 12 to fold
New Edmonds CC women's soccer coach Adam Fenster and his coaching staff have hit the ground running, signing 12 new freshmen for next fall. There is a strong base of decorated local players with a mix of out of state flavor. Read the Full Story > >
Walton Inks With NCAA Division I Drexel
Men'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.
Current list of 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)
- Chasity Stalcup (So.) - Softball - UTL - Northwest University (NAIA)
- Nicole Manuel (So.) - Softball - OF - Pacific Lutheran University (NCAA DIII)
Our Mascot: The Triton
Triton, prince of the sea in Greek mythology, commands the ocean waves.
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