Edmonds College Tritons
Edmonds College fields nine 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 College.
Edmonds 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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Gardner named as SnoCo's Female AOY
Sadie Gardner has been named as the 2020 Snohomish County Collegiate Female Athlete of the Year. Gardner finished her stellar two-year career this past fall and continues her academic and athletic journey at NCAA D-I Idaho State University. Read More on the Triton Blogspot > >
Fall Quarter resources for students
For all student-athletes who are attending classes this fall, visit the Student Resources Fall Quarter 2020 website.
New to online learning? Go to the EC Online Learning Information webpage to find out how to get your EdPass, access Canvas, and how to succeed in an online class.
Need a laptop or have technology needs? Fill out the Student Technology Checkout and Return
If you do not have internet access or cannot complete the form online, please call 425.640.1101 for assistance by phone, or send an email to email@example.com with “Technology Need” in the subject line of your email.
Triton Athletics mourns the loss of HOF Coach Keith Kingsbury
Edmonds College coaching legend Keith Kingsbury passed away Monday, August 24. The former Western Washington University player and storied Triton men's basketball coach won 570 games as head coach and served on staff for 32 years from 1969-2005; he is the winningest coach in school history. Kingsbury was inducted into the Washington Intercollegiate Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2009, the NWAC Hall of Fame in 2013, and the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame in 2016.
His teams at Edmonds made 18 NWAC postseason appearances which included a championship in 1985 and runner-up finish in 1993. "Kings" sent over 100 players on to the four-year level and was a mentor and friend to coaches and players throughout the basketball community. His impact will live on forever. Rest in peace coach. Read More > >
The Everett Herald | Legendary Edmonds CC men's hoops coach Kingsbury passes away
Cross Country season postponed to Winter
NWAC return to play guidelines have been updated as of August 14
VANCOUVER, WASH. -- (August 14, 2020) The 2020 NWAC Cross Country season is suspended until winter quarter. Once fall classes officially start (first day of the fall term) Cross Country will enter into their out of season protocol which concludes on November 20, 2020. The NWAC Cross Country committee will now start working on scheduling for winter quarter.
The NWAC's fall 2020 return to play guidelines integrates the work of many in the conference. The plan is the first step to the overall return to play plan for the entire year and for all NWAC sports. It is important to note that as part of the plan the sports committees and sports regions will work alongside the NWAC office to develop the details.
Flexibility, creativity, adaptability, and patience are essential to the success of return to play. NWAC will continue to follow the guidance and direction of the Center for Disease Control, local and state health agencies, and member college presidents. Should conditions dictate a change from these guidelines, we have contingencies (two scenarios) that will help us address NWAC sports. Be advised that as additional information becomes available we will look to update our plans and strategies. Read More >>
All of Edmonds College's nine intercollegiate varsity sports now have their official start dates pushed to 2021. We are in the process of obtaining approvals for athletic activities this fall on campus. All head coaches will communicate with their respective teams as information becomes available and to schedule gray phase/educational sessions for those teams/athletes who may be on campus.
Men's Soccer, Softball add assistants
Men's soccer and softball have added new assistant coaches to their staffs. Former Triton standout Kris Lowry has joined coach Ozzy Erkut's staff, and local product and Seattle U-graduate Alyssa Reuble has linked up with coach Ashley Lokey. Lowry currently coaches with Sound FC and Reuble is coming off a stint as an assistant at Central Washington University where she served as interim head coach. Read More > >
Compliance and Eligibility FAQ
The NWAC provides more eligibility guidance for this academic year
VANCOUVER, WASH. -- (July 16, 2020) The NWAC encourages student-athletes to enroll in fall 2020 classes. Attending college for the first time can be quite daunting and overwhelming especially when you include competing in athletics as well. Enrolling in fall classes helps you get acclimated to your institution with very little to no pressure from athletics. Attending in the fall 2020 part-time and or full-time should prove beneficial to your overall academic plan and success. Proper planning may lead to a sophomore season with reduced credits. Also it is important to note that NWAC is planning on the traditional sports calendar resuming for fall 2021. Student-athletes will need to meet the traditional second-year academic eligibility standards. Taking classes beginning fall 2020 will help meet second-year eligibility requirements.
Latest round of Tritons sign at NCAA schools
Four more Triton student-athletes have inked to play at four-year universities. Sophomore midfielder Rofaiel Dawood will play soccer for Wheeling University in Wheeling, West Virginia. The Cardinals are a D2 that competes in the Mountain East Conference. Read More > >
Sophomore hurler Trey Tiffany has signed to play baseball at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia. The Lancers are a D1 that competes in the Big South. Sophomore outfielder Jacob Butler will move on to play baseball at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas. The Buffs are a D2 in the Lone Star Conference. Freshman baseball infielder Dawson Bakker has inked with the University of Antelope Valley and joins former Triton Chris Cook on the roster at the NAIA in Lancaster, Calif. The Pioneers compete in the California Pacific Conference.
To see other Tritons who have signed with four-year colleges and universities this year, visit our News Archive > >
10 Tritons earn 4.0 GPAs to headline Spring term academic success
The grades from Spring Quarter 2020 have posted and your Tritons showed their commitment to the classroom even with new challenges such as COVID-19 and learning in a new online environment. Ten student-athletes earned perfect 4.0 GPA's: Jerzie Pluid (volleyball, women's basketball), Cecilia Robbins (softball), Lucy Holloway (women's soccer), Chihiro Ichimura (men's soccer), Josh Latimer (baseball), Oliver Laufman (baseball), Travis Lee (baseball), Thomas Lingren (baseball), Eric Shinjo (baseball), and Logan Freitas (men's basketball).
Overall 24 student-athletes earned between a 3.0 and 3.5 GPA, and 35 received between a 3.5 and 3.9 GPA.
Our Mascot: The Triton
Triton, prince of the sea in Greek mythology, commands the ocean waves.
Forms and Information
Student-Athlete Handbook (.pdf)
Physical Packet (.pdf)
2020-21 COVID-19 Addendum Form - updated 8/13/20 (.pdf)
Free COVID-19 Testing at Rite Aid in Shoreline by appt. only for those 18 or older (655 NW Richmond Beach Rd, Shoreline WA 98177).
Employee Daily Health Screening (fill out when checking in & checking out)
Student Daily Health Screening (fill out when checking in & checking out)
COVID-19 Health & Illness Report Form (fill out if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, had a positive COVID-19 test or if you have been in contact with someone who was confirmed to have COVID-19).