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The Tritons have won 22 region titles (most recent in 2018) and eight NWAC championships, the most recent in 2014. Sixty-nine players have been drafted out of Edmonds CC, including Don Long in 1981, who is now the hitting coach for the Cincinnati Reds, and Ty Taubenheim, who pitched for the Toronto Blue Jays and Pittsburgh Pirates. Right-handed pitcher Alec Kisena was drafted in the 16th round by the Detroit Tigers in 2015, and infielder Zach Needham was taken in the 40th round by the Seattle Mariners in June 2017.

Former Triton Garza Taken by Diamondbacks

Edmonds CC baseball alumni David Garza was taken in the 2018 MLB draft by the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 38th round. The 2015 NWAC North Region MVP has starred for Tennessee Tech University the past three seasons, earning First Team OVC honors as a junior, and Second Team OVC honors his senior year. Garza was named to the Brooks Wallace Award Watch List for the second straight year in 2018, and finished as a semifinalist this spring. He was a Collegiate Baseball National Player of the Week, and at one point had a 50-game reached base streak. Garza finished his career as the program leader for shortstops with 16 home runs and 69 RBI. Tri-City Herald Story | Columbia Basin Herald Story

Ex-Triton Kisena signs with Cardinals

Former Triton pitcher Alec Kisena has been picked up by the St. Louis Cardinals. The big right-hander, who has been playing for the Gateway Grizzlies of the Frontier League the past two years, led the independent baseball league with 44 strikeouts in 28 innings so far this year. Kisena, who is a local product from Mill Creek, Wash., played for Edmonds in 2015 and was drafted by the Tigers in the 16th round. Read More > >

Baseball Takes Third Place at NWAC Tournament

The Edmonds CC baseball team saw its season come to an end Sunday night in Longview as the host Lower Columbia College Red Devils turned the Tritons away, 3-1. Edmonds pounded balls all over the yard offensively but most were right at defenders. The Tritons battled, but fell to the eventual champion. The team ends the 2018 campaign with 40 wins, tied for second most in school history, and reclaimed the North Region title. Guthrie Morrison and Will Smith were named to the All-Tournament team. Elliot Carney was named the NWAC Pitcher of the Year. Read More > > 

Edmonds stays alive at NWAC Tournament

LONGVIEW -- Facing elimination, Edmonds CC Baseball used a recipe that led them to success all year -- solid pitching and timely hitting. The Tritons topped regional rival Everett 4-2 on Saturday, and stay alive at the NWAC Baseball Championship Tournament. Read More > >

Japanese shortstop leading Edmonds CC Baseball

Freshman infielder Yugo Hamakawa was featured in a recent Everett Herald story as Edmonds CC baseball prepares for the 2018 NWAC Championship Tournament. Hamakawa, the team's starting shortstop, has anchored the middle of the lineup for the team as a freshman, and was recently selected to the NWAC North 2nd Team. Yugo Hamakawa was a sophomore in high school when he decided he was going to play college baseball in the United States. Read More > >

Baseball Remains No. 1 in latest NWAC Poll

The third round of spring NWAC coaches polls were released on April 25 and Triton baseball and softball held on to their respective spots. Edmonds CC baseball remains the top-ranked team for the third consecutive poll dating back to March 28. Read the Full Story > >

Kelly Tabbed as Assistant Athletic Director

LYNNWOOD -- Scott Kelly was hired as Edmonds Community College Assistant Athletic Director on August 10, 2017. In addition to supporting the seven athletic programs, Kelly will be responsible for all home game management, upkeep of and management of all athletic facilities, facility rentals, hiring and training student and part-time hourly employees, scheduling, and will serve as the Seaview Gym emergency preparedness building coordinator among other duties. Read More > >

Needham Selected by Mariners in 2017 MLB Draft

EdCC baseball infielder Zach Needham was selected in the 2017 Major League Baseball first-year player draft on Wednesday, June 14. The sophomore was taken in the 40th round and becomes the 69th Triton baseball player drafted from the college. He was the Baden Sports NWAC Player of the Year. Read More > >

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