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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Grizz Stevens leads EC softball into new era
LYNNWOOD – Daryl "Grizz" Stevens hit the ground running when he was hired to coach the Edmonds College softball team in the fall of 2021. He brings enthusiasm, a plan for success, and a winning background to the program.
The Tritons' new leader was the head coach at Lake Washington High School in 2020 and 2021. He also served as the head coach at Cascade High of Everett in 2019 after being an assistant for 2018 4A state champion Jackson High School, who was ranked No. 11 in the country that season.
Everywhere he’s been, his teams have been successful.
“Grizz has a vision and plan for his program and he’s been executing that plan every single day,” said athletic director Spencer Stark. “Triton softball is in good hands. He is building a comprehensive program that will help our student-athletes grow on and off the field."
Armstead lifts Tritons past Orcas
Edmonds women fall to No. 6-ranked Whatcom
LYNNWOOD -- It was a slow start for Triton men's basketball, but eventually Edmonds fought back to score a comeback victory over Whatcom 104-97 in Seaview Gym on Saturday night.
Khyree Armstead had a lot to do with that. The sophomore's bucket with just under 11 minutes left in the second half tied the game up at 68-68, and Xavier Meekins' layup just a minute later gave the Tritons their first lead of the game at 72-71. Swarming defensive pressure led to Orca turnovers and propelled the team to victory.
Armstead finished with 30 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists, and 4 steals. Brady Carandang also lit it up -- he drained four three-pointers and scored all of his 19 points in the second half.
In the first game of the evening, the Triton women raced out to a hot start against the Orcas and led 15-13 after the first quarter, but Whatcom took control in the second quarter and never looked back. The final score was 83-48.
Next up: Edmonds has their first road contests of region play at rival Everett CC on Wednesday, January 26. The women's game starts at 5 p.m., followed by the men at 7 p.m. Both Triton squads have started conference play 1-1.
Triton women's hoops tops Rangers 60-57
Olympic men rally in second half to defeat Edmonds
LYNNWOOD -- Edmonds College women's basketball got off to a good start as they opened region play with a 60-57 triumph over Olympic College on Wednesday night in Seaview Gym.
Edmonds led Olympic 17-13 after the first quarter but the Rangers responded in the second stanza. Jordan Carter's trey just before the end of the first half tied the game up into the half, 31-31. The second half was a back-and-forth affair, but the Tritons held on for the victory with some stout defense down the stretch. Chaya Herron (17 points), Lilian Bouza (15 points), and Raylie Wardenaar (13 points) all reached double figures.
Xavier Meekins had the hot hand in the first half for men's basketball, draining four treys and notching 16 points, helping the Tritons to a 46-36 lead into the locker room. Edmonds was unable to fend off the Ranger comeback in the second half as they exploded for 54 points, ultimately prevailing 90-75. Jack Sims scored 19 points, Hunter Chubb chipped in 12 points, and Brady Carandang added 11 off the bench.
Both Triton squads host Whatcom CC on Saturday, January 22. The women tip off at 2 p.m., followed by the men at 4 p.m.
Marcelle hired as women's soccer head coach
LYNNWOOD – Darrel Marcelle has been selected as the next head coach of the Edmonds College women’s soccer program.
Marcelle has an extensive soccer coaching background. He was a member of the Trinidad and Tobago national team after playing and graduating from NCAA DI Howard University where he received a Bachelor in Science degree. He holds his USSF "A" License, is certified by the Italian Football Federation, and is the founder and technical director for the BVB International Academy — Washington, where he oversees all club operations.
Spring sports schedules announced
LYNNWOOD -- Edmonds College baseball and softball have announced their 2022 schedules, which are set to begin at the end of February. Baseball kicks off their non-league slate with a home doubleheader against Green River College Saturday, February 19 at Triton Field. Softball hosts Walla Walla CC on Saturday, February 26 to begin their 2022 campaign. See the full schedules below.
Revised region hoops slate released
The NWAC North Region has adjusted the 2022 conference slate due to the COVID-related delay. Edmonds will now open with Olympic College at home on Wednesday, January 19.
The North Region is supporting each school as they determine their decision regarding whether to allow spectator (or some form of that) or not. Edmonds College will continue to allow spectators at all home games with required online health attestation completion upon arrival, and mask wearing regardless of vaccination status.
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Visitor Daily Health Attestation & Safety Review (fill out when checking in)
2021-22 Physical Form (.pdf)
Yearly EADA Reports
Our Mascot: The Triton
Triton, prince of the sea in Greek mythology, commands the ocean waves.