Athletics

Softball

The Tritons have won seven region titles and took home the NWAC championship in 1980. Additionally, Edmonds CC has five NWAC top four finishes, the most recent in 2018 (3rd). Softball's home yard, Triton Field, is an on-campus turf facility that is arguably the best in the NWAC.


Tawney named women's athletic commissioner

New assistant softball coach Traci Tawney has been named Edmonds CC's women's athletic commissioner, effectively immediately. Tawney steps into the role vacated by former Triton softball coach Sheryl Gilmore. Tawney played softball four years at the University of Washington where she received her bachelor's degree in Communications. Tawney also has her master's degree in Special Education. Before her arrival to Edmonds she was the head softball coach at Lake Washington High School the past six years, and guided the Kangaroos to the 2A state championship in 2014. Tawney still assists with University of Washington softball clinics, and  was a volunteer coach for the program in 2003-04. "Traci's past experiences and values directly align with the NWAC's mission. She will be a great support to our women student-athletes," said athletic director Spencer Stark.


Aholelei accepts award at SnoCo Sports HOF

Former Triton softball star Seli Aholelei (Honolulu, Hawaii) accepted her award as the Snohomish County Sports Commission Female Collegiate Athlete of the Year on September 19 at the Angel of the Winds Arena in Everett, Wash. Aholelei, who is now a junior at Western Washington University, rewrote the record books as a Triton softball player the past two years. She finished her Triton career as one of the most decorated in Triton Athletics history. Aholelei is now the program leader in home runs (34), hits (147), runs batted in (130), runs scored (139), batting average (.510), pitching wins (43), strikeouts (334), and no hitters (4).

Edmonds softball tied the school record for wins (35) in 2017, and topped that in Seli's sophomore year with 42, capturing the school's first North Region crown since 2004. She was a NFCA NWAC All-American both years at Edmonds, and was the 2018 NWAC North Region Pitcher of the Week.

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Chuck Stark appointed interim softball head coach

Chuck Stark has been appointed as interim head coach of the softball program at Edmonds Community College. Stark takes over for Sheryl Gilmore, who was named the new skipper of the Western Washington University softball team last week. Stark, who is retired, comes to Edmonds after coaching at Olympic College for five years. The Rangers qualified for the NWAC playoffs four times during that stretch. "Chuck was the best fit to stabilize the program and allow us to accomplish our long-term objective of hiring an outstanding head coach for the future." Read More > >


Sheryl Gilmore named WWU softball coach

Sheryl Gilmore has been tabbed as the new Western Washington University head softball coach. Gilmore, who is a Western grad, will return to lead the softball program at her alma mater. In her four years at the helm of Triton softball Gilmore led her teams to a 106-60 record. Edmonds took the North Region title in 2018 and placed 3rd overall at the NWAC Tournament. Read the Full Story > >


Softball places 3rd in NWAC

Team ends with record 42 wins, North title, and highest finish since '98

Edmonds softball's successful run ended on Monday, May 21 in Spokane as the Tritons fell to Lower Columbia College 7-1 on Championship Monday. The Tritons took 3rd place in the NWAC and finished a magical run in which it set a new school-record for wins, captured the North Region title for the first time since 2004, and achieved its highest finish at the tournament in two decades. Seli Aholelei, Chantelle Shimabukuro, and Tamia Hirano were named the All-Tournament team. Read More > >


NWAC Softball title decided today

SPOKANE -- Edmonds' softball comeback fell short against No. 1 ranked North Idaho and if the Tritons are going to win the school's first NWAC championship since 1980, they are going to have to do it the hard way. A 7-5 setback against North Idaho in the late game Sunday dropped the Tritons into the losers' bracket. Edmonds needs to win three straight on Monday, starting with an 11 a.m. game against Lower Columbia (41-13). The Tritons beat LCC 17-10 earlier in the tournament. The winner advances to the championship round and must beat North Idaho (49-3) twice to secure the title. Read More > >


Softball remains No. 2 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. Triton softball is still the No. 2 ranked team in NWAC softball, as they were the previous poll on April 11. Read the Full Story > >


Tritons Softball Has Island Flavor

The Edmonds CC softball team was featured on the front page of The Daily Herald on Tuesday, March 13. The program's rise to success is due, in part, to the recruiting connection they have established in Hawaii. Last year's Hawaiian sophomores Paige Matsuki and Kamryn Kanae have moved on to four-year schools, and this year's squad is already off to a strong 10-3 start. Read More > >


Softball star heads north; Osman signs with Tritons

When Boulder City senior softball star Lily Osman flew to Lynwood, Washington, to sign her national letter of intent with Edmonds Community College in January, she knew her collegiate decision was a home run. Literally. Read More > >


Triton softball hosts Veterans Day camp

Edmonds CC softball is holding a camp on Saturday, November 11, 2017 at Triton Field. Check the links below for additional information.

CAMP FLYER (.pdf) | CAMP REGISTRATION (.pdf)


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