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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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Tritons win at home, lose in OT on the road

Tre'Var HollandLYNNWOOD -- Edmonds CC men's basketball fought their way past Highline at home in Seaview Gym Friday night, but lost an overtime thriller at Grays Harbor on Saturday. 

In Friday's win, Edmonds connected on nine three pointers in the first half and took a 46-33 lead into the locker room. The Tritons ran into foul trouble early in the second half, picking up their seventh team foul with 14:31 left in the stanza, but sustained that lead and held off the Highline Thunderbirds for a 99-84 victory. Although they nearly eclipsed the 100-point mark, it was the Tritons' defensive effort that propelled the offense. Edmonds forced 22 Thunderbird turnovers in the contest.

Parker Landdeck had a strong offensive effort, scoring 13 points in the first half; he finished with 18 in the game. Curtis Walker has shown up huge the past three games. He followed his monster effort on November 26 in the Tritons' win over Green River and has now registered three consecutive games with double-doubles. Against Highline (4-3) he tallied 17 points, 13 rebounds, 5 assists, 2 steals, and 1 block. Walker controlled the paint, especially in the second half.

Tre’Var Holland was consistent all night long. He shot 3 of 5 from behind the arc, and distributed the ball, notching 10 assists in the game. Holland led all scorers with 22 points. The sophomore is averaging 8.3 assists per game, which is the 3rd best in the NWAC overall.

On Saturday the Tritons came up just short in overtime, losing to Grays Harbor 86-84. The Chokers were able to exact revenge for an earlier loss to Edmonds on November 24 in Seaview Gym, besting Edmonds on their home hardwood. The Tritons took a six-point lead into the break, but the Chokers forced overtime. Landdeck had a chance to end it, but missed a three-ball late in the second half. Grays Harbor (7-3) outscored the Tritons 13-11 in the extra period.

Walker poured in 26 points, 11 rebounds, and added 4 steals. He is 3rd overall in the NWAC in two categories, averaging 11.8 rebounds per game and 3 steals per game. Yadel Hedego (16 points) and Xaiver Turner (14 points) both had their highest scoring outputs of the season in the loss. 

The Tritons are 2-5 on the year and head to the three-day NWAC Crossover Tournament hosted by Portland CC this weekend. Edmonds will play one game each day and opens with Portland CC (1-2) at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, December 14. The other teams at the crossover are Yakima Valley (2-4) and Tacoma CC (3-6). Men's Basketball Schedule


Women's hoops prepares for next road swing

Shyann KahalehoeTWIN FALLS -- The Edmonds CC women's basketball team lost twice to NJCAA schools at the College of Southern Idaho's Coca Cola Invitational in Twin Falls, Idaho.

On Friday, the Tritons hung with Salt Lake Community College (7-4) in the first half, but the Bruins pulled away in the second half to win 94-72. Salt Lake mounted a 17-point lead after the third quarter. They led by just two points, 42-40, at the half.

Gieani Balino paced the Tritons with 27 points on 10 of 20 shooting from the field. She also nailed three trifectas and was 4-for-4 from the charity stripe. Jerzie Pluid, who saw her first action of the year, grabbed 11 rebounds in 19 minutes of work off the bench. Kalei Cates chipped in 11 points; Shyann Kahalehoe notched 10 points.

CSI (8-3) defeated Edmonds 82-62 on Saturday. Balino earned a double-double in the loss, scoring 19 points with 10 rebounds. Briarra Nakihei reached double figures for the fifth time this year with 10 points, and Jayla Kidd matched a personal best with 10 points.

Edmonds continues to be road warriors. Entering their fourth week of play, the Tritons have already traveled to Yakima, Wenatchee, Twin Falls, and this weekend they head back to Yakima. Their lone home game was November 26. 

The women are still searching for their first win of the year. The next opportunity to nab that victory will be at the NWAC Crossover Tournament hosted by Yakima Valley College starting Friday, December 13. Edmonds plays Clark College first at 6 p.m. The other teams at the crossover are Yakima Valley (5-2) and Green River (0-7). Women's hoops returns to Seaview Gym on December 21 when they host Chemeketa CC in their final game of the 2019 calendar year. Women's Basketball Schedule


Four Tritons earn NWAC Academic Excellence Awards

Four Triton fall sports student-athletes made the NWAC All-Academic Team, as announced by the conference. The Academic Excellence award winners were: Devin Sutomo (men's soccer, 3.88 GPA), Katy Ewoniuk (women's soccer, 3.44 GPA), Sadie Gardner (volleyball, 3.53 GPA), and Audree Weekes (volleyball, 3.32 GPA). Qualifications for recognition are to be a sophomore in eligibility, have a minimum of 36 credits earned and a 3.25 cumulative GPA.


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

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