Women's Basketball Coaching Staff
Head Coach: Ron Newton
Coach Ron "Newt" Newton has coached for many years in the Puget Sound area, with stops at Seattle University, Pierce College, and Nathan Hale High School. He has also worked alongside current Edmonds CC men's head coach Kyle Gray for two seasons.
During that time, the men's team won the North Region title and appeared in the NWAACC Championship Game. The Edmonds CC men finished fourth in the North in 2013-14 but made a run at NWAACC's, finishing sixth. Included in that run was a win over then No. 1-ranked Treasure Valley.
Newton took over the helm of the Edmonds CC women's basketball three games into the 2013-14 season. Up to a tough challenge, he kept the Tritons on the road to improvement which resulted in a pair of wins in their final two games of the year.
Newton agreed to remain on as head coach following the 2013-14 year and he and his staff are in the process of rebuilding Edmonds CC into a competitive squad on the court, and one that also excels in the classroom and community.
Jessika Haro, a native of Edmonds, was a three sport athlete at Meadowdale High School competing in cross-country, basketball, and track and field. She attended Eastern Washington University on an athletic scholarship competing in track and field while obtaining her Business Management degree.
Jessika has been coaching both basketball and track and field since 2003. In 2013, the 2003-2004 State 3A Champions Meadowdale Girls' basketball team and coaches were inducted into the Snohomish County Hall of Fame in which Jessika was the Varsity Assistant Coach that season.
She currently coaches track and field at Mountlake Terrace High School. This past 2014 season, the girls' team placed third in State 3A. Jessika resides in Everett with her husband Jake and her son Jakob Walker.
Born and raised in Seattle. Eddie Mcferrin attended Highline High School in Burien Wa, graduating in 1989. Having a passion for all sports since he was young, Eddie played baseball, basketball, football and track through out high school, Eddie also attend Chemeka CC out of Oregon.
In 2000, Eddie started volunteering with Lsjaa (Lake Stevens Junior Athletic Association) helping with basketball and football and as a member of the board. Eddie has been a local feature in boys and girls clubs in Snohomish County since 2004 as well.
Eddie's love and passion for basketball lead him to start his own AAU spring and summer traveling select teams (Fusion Basketball) which was started in 2004. A born leader, Eddie instills in his teams the fundamentals they need to pursue their goals helping them see the link between life choices and the pursuit of there dreams.
Eddie is very excited to be a part of the Edmonds basketball program and looks forward to seeing you all on the court.