The team won the NWAC championship in 1979 and has earned six league titles and four top four finishes.
Triton volleyball claims NWAC Crossover Championship, Wins North opener
Edmonds CC volleyball ripped off their seventh win in a row on Friday, September 21 when they topped Shoreline CC in straight sets (25-18, 25-23, 25-19) to open NWAC North Region play. Michelle Dmitruk led the attack with 17 kills; Sadie Gardner added 15 kills. Four Tritons recorded double digit digs: Emalee Jordan (15), Gardner (14), Heather Goodman (12), Dmitruk (10).
Edmonds (18-6) earned five wins to stay perfect at the NWAC Crossover Tournament in Gresham, Ore. September 14-15. The Tritons took the Championship, which was hosted by Mt. Hood CC. Sophomore outside hitter Michelle Dmitruk was named the Tournament MVP. Emalee Jordan (Meridian, Idaho), Sadie Gardner (Vernal, Utah), and Haylee Hooper (Auburn, Wash.), also garnered recognition as they were named to the All-Tournament Team (pictured left-to-right).
Peterson selected as NWAC defensive POW
Sophomore Sydnee Peterson was selected as the NWAC defensive Player of the Week on September 12. It is the second time the libero has been honored this season. On September 6, she was named as the North Region defensive player of the week. She also received that regional award this week. Peterson hails from Draper, Utah, and has been a key cog for the Tritons' successful start in the 2018 campaign. Her 4.48 digs per set are third best overall in the NWAC.
Volleyball reloads with freshman class
Edmonds CC volleyball has reloaded for the 2018 season, and welcomes seven new players to the program. The roster is diverse, with a mix of players from across the Northwest. There are players from four different states (WA, OR, ID, UT). Head coach Tony Miranda has signed five incoming freshmen and two transfers for the upcoming season. Read More > >
Volleyball Back at NWAC Championships in Tacoma
The Edmonds Community College volleyball team opens the 2017 NWAC Volleyball Championships bright and early Thursday morning on the fifth floor of the Tacoma Convention Center. The Tritons are pitted against the Walla Walla Community College Warriors at 9 a.m. in their opening round game.