Edmonds College Tritons
Edmonds College fields nine 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 College.
Edmonds 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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Arellano takes charge of Edmonds women's soccer
LYNNWOOD -- Nico Arellano is the new head coach of the Edmonds College women's soccer program.
Originally from the Bay Area in California, Arellano was a goalkeeper on championship teams at Evergreen Valley College in San Jose, and at NCAA DII Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont (CA). He signed a professional contract with Real San Jose of the National Premier Soccer League (NPSL), playing from 2007-2010. Arellano was a two-time recipient of the NPSL National All-Star Award for goalkeeping.
"I'm excited to reboot this program. We will succeed on the field, in the classroom, and in the community," Arellano said.
Basketball begins regional play Wednesday
Both Edmonds basketball teams start North Region play this Wednesday in Seaview Gym against Shoreline CC. Last week the men (10-2) defeated the Seattle Transformers 112-90 in their final non-league tilt, and the women (8-2) topped Tacoma in their final non-leaguer, 82-51.
Come out and suppor the women at 5 p.m.; the men will follow with a 7 p.m. tipoff.
Lee named NWAC Basketball AOTW
Men's basketball's Chris Lee has been named the NWAC Men’s Basketball Player of the Week! Lee led the Tritons to three wins in three days over Green River, Centralia and Linn-Benton while averaging 21.7ppg, 4.3rpg, 4apg, 1.7spg and shooting 59.5% at the Clackamas Holiday Invite.
His best game included 30 points scored against Linn-Benton. He was named Tournament's MVP.
New year, new gear!
Welcome in 2023 with some new Edmonds College athletic apparel from our new online Sideline Store. Order over $100 and receive 15% off through the end of January. Just use code JAN23 at checkout!
If you order by January 7, you can get 23% if you spend $100 with the code NY23.
Men's hoops runs win streak to seven
OREGON CITY -- Triton men's basketball continued their hot streak, sweeping all three games at the Clackamas Holiday Showcase Invitational and extended their winning streak to seven games.
Edmonds ran away from Linn-Benton 114-95 on Dec. 28 in a high scoring affair, outlasted No. 3-ranked Green River 86-76 on Dec. 29, and routed Centralia 99-58 for the second time this season on Dec. 30. Edmonds improved to 9-2 overall.
Chris Lee averaged 21.6 points per game and was named the tournament's MVP. Tony Frohlich-Fair averaged 15 points per game and 7 rebounds per game, and Caleb Anglin averaged 9 points per game, 9 rebounds per game and 2 steals per game. Both were selected to the All-Tournament Team.
Shiloh Zevenbergen emerged and contributed in a big way, scoring 14 points per game and adding 5 rebounds per game in Oregon. Point guard Squeeky Johnson, who has battled injuries recently, returned to his usual self with 13 points per game and 4 assists per contest.
NEXT UP: Edmonds hosts the Seattle Transformers in their final non-league game on Thursday, January 5 at 7 p.m. It will be the final tuneup before North Region action starts. General admission is $7, or if you can't make it, watch the game live on our NWAC Sports Network Channel.
Triton men sweep Pierce Crossover
LAKEWOOD -- The Edmonds College men's basketball team had a very successful weekend at the NWAC Crossover in Lakewood, Wash. at the Pierce College-hosted Tournament. Edmonds defeated all three opponents, two of which are ranked, and improved their record to 6-2.
In their opener versus seventh-ranked Walla Walla, they showed defensive prowess by holding the Warriors' leading scorer to just nine points. Chris Lee led the charge with 22 points on 9 of 16 shooting. Elyon Zevenbergen went for 17 points and grabbed 7 boards, and Bryson Echiverri added 10 points, 4 assists, and 3 steals as the Tritons shot 50% overall, winning 77-61.
Their second contest was against eighth-ranked Umpqua. Caleb Anglin put together a solid performance with 15 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists, and 3 steals. Echiverri chipped in 15 points, and sharp shooter Brady Carandang connected on four treys to help the team secure the 84-77 victory. Edmonds went on a 23-11 run in the final 5 mintues.
Edmonds led from tip to finish against Pierce in their final matchup and topped the host 91-69. Carandang continued his hot streak with six threes and a season-high 22 points. Tony Frohlich-Fair scored 17 points, Chris Lee added 11, and Hans Stone contributed 10.
NEXT UP: The team travels to Oregon City, Ore. after Christmas for the Clackamas CC Holiday Showcase Invitational, December 28-30.
Triton women go 2-1 at TVCC Crossover
ONTARIO -- Defending NWAC champion Lower Columbia jumped ahead early and exacted revenge in Edmonds women's hoops first game in Ontario, Ore. with a 88-55 triumph.
The team responded, bouncing back in the second day of the NWAC Crossover Tournament with a 75-59 victory over Southwestern Oregon. Sayq’is Greene produced her highest output of the season with 21 points. Jada Walters chipped in 15 and Aspen Carter added 13.
In the final tilt, Jada Walters scored a season-high 28 points to propel the Tritons past Treasure Valley for the second time this year, 81-73. Keirra Slippern contributed 18 points off the bench. Edmonds upped their record to 7-2.
NEXT UP: Women's Basketball has rescheduled their postponed home game with Northwest University for Friday, December 30. The game will be played at NU in Kirkland, Wash. Tip-off is scheduled for 2 p.m.
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Triton, prince of the sea in Greek mythology, commands the ocean waves.