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Uemoto recognized as SnoCo Athlete of Year
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Baseball pitcher Tatsuya Uemoto recognized as Snohomish County Collegiate Male Athlete of the Year
(Sept. 26, 2022) Lynnwood, Wash. – Edmonds College baseball pitcher Tatsuya Uemoto will be recognized at the Snohomish County Hall of Fame Ceremony on Sept. 28 as the Collegiate Male Athlete of the Year. Edmonds College Interim Head Coach Brooks Roy and Athletics Director Spencer Stark will represent Uemoto at the ceremony held at Angel of the Winds Arena.
Uemoto was selected as a member of the All-Northwest Athletic Conference first team and named All-NWAC and North Region Gold Glove in 2022. He was also Pacific Association Division All-America second team after posting an 11-0 record with a 1.44 earned run average in 100 innings pitched over 14 starts. His 11 wins were tied for first in the NWAC, and his five complete games led the conference.
Uemoto, named the 2021-22 Triton Male Athlete of the Year at Edmonds College, also excelled in the classroom. He earned his associate degree with a 3.7 GPA.
Originally from Kanagawa, Japan, Uemoto leaves Edmonds College as the most decorated international baseball student-athlete in school history. He hopes more of his countrymen will follow his example and come to Edmonds to matriculate.
“I believe there are many opportunities to meet many people and think about the future at Edmonds College, and I think these opportunities will help you find what you want to do,” wrote Uemoto. “I would like to tell the students in my country that the experience at Edmonds College will help them in the future. Many international students are enrolled at Edmonds College, so I think it’s comfortable for international students.”
Uemoto will compete for the Long Island University Sharks in 2023. Located in Brooksville, N.Y., the Sharks compete at the Division I level, won the 2022 Northeast Conference championship, and participated in the NCAA regionals during the postseason.
Cross Country starts '22 season at CWU
The Edmonds men's and women's cross country schedule is out with the first meet at the Central Washington University Invite in Yakima, Wash. on Saturday, September 10. The teams are led by first year head coach and Snohomish County Hall of Famer, Jim Pearson.
Triton spikers 2022 schedule released
The 2022 Edmonds College volleyball schedule has been released. The Tritons will will scrimmage Central Washington University before opening their campaign at home as hosts of the North Region Challenge on Friday, August 26 and Saturday, August 27. The first official match is versus Clark College at 1 p.m. on August 26 in Seaview Gym.
Men's soccer begins '22 season at Starfire
Edmonds College men's soccer begins the 2022 season under new head coach Ben Kososkie at Tukwila's Starfire Sports Complex on August 23-24. The Tritons matchup with Walla Walla CC on Tuesday at 3 p.m. on Field 4, and Treasure Valley CC on Wednesday at 10 a.m. on Field 3.
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