The Edmonds College men's soccer team won the NWAC championship in 1981 and has earned seven league titles, including recent crowns in 2011, 2012 and 2014, as well as 13 top 4 finishes at the NWAC Tournament.
Vinicius Armucho honored with Transforming Lives award
The Edmonds College Board of Trustees awarded Vinicius Armucho with its 2020 Transforming Lives award. The award is given annually to a student whose life was transformed by attending Edmonds College and who also overcame significant barriers to achieve his or her educational goals. Armucho is a freshman on the men's soccer team from Sao Paulo, Brazil. He also serves as a resident assistant on campus for the housing department. Read More > >
Hauser, Erkut collect NWAC awards
Men's soccer sophomore goal keeper Colin Hauser (Boise, Idaho) was named as an NWAC All-Star as announced by the conference. Hauser has made numerous highlight-reel worthy saves in his two years in goal for the Tritons. In all he finishes his career with 155 saves and a .771 save percentage. The Boise High School product earned six shutouts as well.
Despite missing the playoffs, men's soccer head coach Ozzy Erkut was voted as the NWAC North Region Co-Coach of the Year by his peers. It is the second time he has been bestowed with the honor. The last time was after his first season in 2015. Men's Soccer NWAC All-Stars > >
Abad honored at SnoCo Sports HOF banquet
EVERETT -- Edmonds College men's soccer alum Julio Abad was honored at the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame Banquet at the Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett, Wash. on September 18 as the Snohomish County Male Collegiate Athlete of the Year. Abad, who was the Triton Athletics Male Athlete of the Year in 2018-19, is currently a member of the Long Island University men's soccer program, a NCAA DI in New York. Edmonds College soccer coach Ozzy Erkut introduced Abad and his mother Cynthia Abad accepted the award on his behalf. Read about the night >>
Five players net goals in win over Shoreline
LYNNWOOD -- Cyrus Bolosan's goal in the 9th minute got the Tritons rolling early over Shoreline and they never looked back. Wataru Muto followed with a goal in the 34th minute, and just one minute later Toki Husogaya found the back of the net for his second goal of the season to spot the team to a 3-0 lead before the half. Said Dominguez and Cole Jackson added second half scores to push the Tritons past the Dolphins 5-0 at Triton Field on Wednesday. Spencer Haney saved three shots and earned the clean sheet in goal. It was a big win for Edmonds if they are to stay in the race for a playoff berth and was a nice bounce back win after three straight tight losses to Everett (1-0), Whatcom (3-2), and Peninsula (2-1).
Now past the midway point of region play, the Tritons have another opportunity to help position themselves for that playoff spot on Saturday when they visit Skagit Valley College in Mount Vernon, Wash. Edmonds has eight points in the standings, trailing Skagit by two. Whatcom and Everett are tied in second place with 16 points apiece. Men's soccer stays on the road for matches at Everett on October 16 and Whatcom on October 19 before returning to Triton Field October 23 against Peninsula.
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 > >