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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Fall Sports release schedules
All three Edmonds CC athletics fall sports schedules have been released. Men's and women's soccer open the 2019 campaign on August 22 at the NWAC Friendlies at Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila, Wash. Triton volleyball begins their season at the NWAC Fall Showcase in Springfield, Ore. on August 24.
Men's soccer has three scrimmages scheduled at Northwest University (August 13), Chemeketa CC (August 16) and Portland CC (August 17) before their opener against Bellevue College. Volleyball will scrimmage three four-year universities before their first match versus Linn-Benton CC. The Tritons are at The Evergreen State College August 12, host Northwest University August 15, and travel to Central Washington University on August 22. Official practices begin on August 1.
Want to #BeATriton? Soccer tryouts coming up
Men's soccer tryouts are July 14; women's soccer tryouts are August 1
Anyone interested in playing for the Edmonds CC men's or women's soccer programs are welcome to attend upcoming open tryouts at Triton Field. The men's tryout is Sunday, July 14, 2019 from 4:00-6:30 p.m. The women will hold their tryout on Thursday, August 1, 2019 from 7:00-9:00 a.m. Bring cleats, a water bottle, and shinguards with you. Triton Field is all turf and located on campus next to Seaview Gymnasium. For more information or questions, contact men's soccer coach Ozzy Erkut or women's soccer coach Aaron Howe.
Meadowdale native globe-trotting through soccer
Julio Abad has created opportunities for himself from Lynnwood to Abu Dhabi playing the sport he loves
The Triton Athletics 2018-19 Male Athlete of the Year was featured in the Everett Herald sports section on July 2, 2019. The former men's soccer player is training with the Seattle Sounders FC U-23 team, will join NCAA DI Long Island University in August and recently had the opportunity to be on the Special Olympics USA unified men's soccer team that competed at the 2019 Special Olympics World Games in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Read the story by Nick Patterson > >
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Men's Basketball, Volleyball hosting summer camps in Seaview Gym
The Edmonds CC men's basketball and volleyball programs are hosting camps for youth this summer. Basketball's annual summer youth camp is July 8-11 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Seaview Gym. Come learn from the Triton coaching staff and interact with current Triton players. The cost of the camp is $125 and is open to elementary and middle school-aged boys and girls.
Register and pay online (Men's Basketball): Co-Ed Youth Camp >>
Volleyball's Advanced Recruit Camp for high school-aged athletes is July 29-31 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and costs $175. The Youth All Skills Camp for 4th through 8th grade boys and girls is August 7-9 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and is $125; both camps are in Seaview Gym.
Sokol earns All-American Gold Glove
Edmonds CC baseball sophomore infielder Nic Sokol was named to the 2019 ABCA Rawlings Pacific Association All-American Gold Glove team. The slick fielding versatile infielder played multiple spots for the Tritons and was the only player in the NWAC to make the list. All-American Gold Glove team >>
Ashley Lokey named head coach of Edmonds CC softball
LYNNWOOD -- Ashley Lokey has been selected as Edmonds CC’s new head softball coach and assumes the position immediately. Lokey spent the last two years as an assistant at NCAA DI Seattle University, helping the Redhawks to their first NCAA Regional appearance in the program’s history. Seattle U was 73-40 in her two years there, which included the school’s first Western Athletic Conference (WAC) regular season and tournament title this spring. Seattle U notched 40 wins (school record) in 2019 and was the first WAC program to win an NCAA tournament game since 2015. Lokey helped with recruiting, coached first base, worked primarily with the team’s lefty slap hitters and outfielders, and organized camps. Read More >>
Baseball out in two at NWAC Tourney
11 Tritons named to North All-Region and Gold Glove Team; three land All-NWAC honors
LONGVIEW -- Edmonds CC baseball fell in two straight games at the NWAC Championship Tournament on Thursday and Friday, and were eliminated from the double elimination bracket ending their season in 7th place overall.
On Thursday Spokane jumped out to an early 1-0 lead in the top of the first inning and added four more runs in the bottom of the fifth, building a lead Edmonds could not overcome. The Tritons plated two runs in the bottom of the eighth as Yugo Hamakawa scored on a passed ball and Nic Sokol ripped an RBI single into left field, but they left the bases juiced and Spokane ultimately prevailed 5-2.
In a loser out game, Linn-Benton used a similar formula, scoring one run in the first and three in the third for a 4-0 advantage early, chasing Edmonds' starter Eric Shinjo. The Tritons could only muster three hits and faced their second left-hander of the tournament in the Roadrunners' Austen Carpenter. Linn-Benton won 5-0. Edmonds finished the 2019 campaign with a 34-13 record.
Edmonds North-Region All-Stars: 1st Team -- David Gibons (INF), Yugo Hamakawa (INF), Jacob Butler (OF), Wyatt Stanley (P), Luke Tedrick (P); 2nd Team -- Nic Sokol (INF), Sam Jones (OF), Noah Fenz (P), Evan Massie (Relief P); Assistant Coach of the Year -- Paul Gehring; Gold Glove -- Wyatt Stanley (P), David Gibons (INF), Yugo Hamakawa (INF), Dylan Cyr (OF).
Three Tritons were selected to the All-NWAC and Gold Glove team. Sophomore pitcher Luke Tedrick was named to the All-NWAC 2nd Team, and sophomore infielders Yugo Hamakawa and Nic Sokol picked up All-NWAC gold glove honors. Tedrick, a southpaw, sported one of the lowest ERAs in NWAC Baseball for a majority of the season. Hamakawa is a slick fielding shortstop who had one of the highest fielding percentages in the league, and also had the most attempts of any infielder. Sokol played multiple defensive positions for the Tritons' infield.
Softball places second overall in NWAC
Team 41 wins 41 games and finishes as runners up at NWAC Tournament
SPOKANE -- The Edmonds CC softball team finished second at the NWAC Championships, losing in the title game to North Idaho College. Interim head coach Chuck Stark guided the Tritons to a 41-10 record and the team's highest finish since 1998. Edmonds went 4-2 over the weekend in Spokane, topping Columbia Basin 7-6, Olympic 5-4, and Douglas 3-0 before falling to North Idaho 6-3. The Tritons regrouped and mounted a wild comeback for the ages on Championship Monday, downing Douglas 10-9 after falling behind 8-0 in the first inning. Edmonds lost to North Idaho 9-1 in the title game.
Four players were named to the All-Tournament Team: Sophomore outfielder Shanelle Lum, freshman utility player Kayla Hensley, freshman pitcher Cecilia Robbins, and freshman infielder Rhilmina Sagapolutele. On Thursday night at the Championship banquet, All-Region and All-American teams were announced and the Tritons were well represented.
Edmonds North Region All-Stars: 1st Team -- Ciena Kauhi (INF), Chantelle Shimabukuro (INF), Kamalei Labasan (OF), Liliola Vehikite (OF), Prestyne Kaimi-Montira (C), Rhilmina Sagapolutele (UTL); 2nd Team -- Cecilia Robbins (P), Kalei Cacho-Kekahuna (INF), Shanelle Lum (UTL), Staisa Micky (DH/DP).
Freshmen catcher Prestyne Kaimi-Montira and freshman shortstop Ciena Kauhi were named to the NFCA's NWAC All-American Team. Kaimi-Montira was also selected as The Diamond Catcher of the Year. She finished the year with 22 home runs, 78 RBI, and only committed one error behind the dish. Kauhi led Edmonds with a .477 batting average, which included five triples, 10 doubles, 35 RBI, and 65 runs scored.
Game recaps: Hensley's pinch-hit homer lifts Tritons past Hawks >> | Tritons mount comeback to advance in winner's bracket >> | Robbins shines as Tritons blank Douglas >> | Tritons title hopes still alive after 6-3 loss >>
Coeur d'Alene Press: NIC wins second consecutive NWAC softball championship >>
Everett Herald: Tritons second in NWAC Softball Tourney >>
Baseball Wins Super Regional, Advances to NWAC Championship Tournament
The Tritons topped Big Bend twice to punch their ticket to Longview
LYNNWOOD -- Edmonds CC topped Big Bend twice over the weekend to advance to the NWAC Championship Tournament in Longview, hosted by Lower Columbia College. The Tritons defeated the Vikings on Saturday, 9-2, capped by a grand slam by Yugo Hamakawa, and then downed Big Bend 5-2 on Sunday. Wyatt Stanley went the distance for the complete game win in the first game. Alex Garcia led the way offensively going 3-for-4. In the second matchup Noah Fenz twirled seven innings to lift the Tritons to victory. The Vikings beat Pierce in the other two Super Regional contests at Triton Field on Thursday and Friday.
It is the seventh consecutive year Edmonds baseball has made the postseason. The Tritons took home 3rd place at last year's tournament. Edmonds will open the bracket at 9:35 a.m. on Thursday, May 23 against the East Region champion, Community Colleges of Spokane.
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Triton, prince of the sea in Greek mythology, commands the ocean waves.
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