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Athletics

Women's Basketball

The Tritons had a NWAC top four finish in 1987 and won the North region title in 1991.


Agbayani earns Academic Excellence Award

Women's basketball sophomore guard Sheilaika Agbayani has been named to the NWAC Winter Sports Academic Excellence Team. The Lahainaluna High School product carried a cumulative 3.73 GPA headed into winter quarter this season. Qualifications for the NWAC award are to be a sophomore in eligibility, have a minimum of 36 credits earned and a 3.25 cumulative GPA.


Balino named to NWAC North 1st and All-Defensive Team

Women's basketball sophomore guard Gieani Balino (Campbell HS, Ewa Beach, Hawaii) was rewarded for her fantastic season as she earned 1st-Team recognition. Balino led the Tritons scoring 18.4 ppg (3rd best overall in the NWAC). She was also selected to the All-Defensive Team. Balino averaged 2.2 steals per game. Additionally, she pulled in 5.1 rebounds per game, and shared the rock to the tune of 2.9 assists per game.


Edmonds downs Peninsula, moves to 2-0 in region play

PORT ANGELES -- The Edmonds College women’s basketball program has started regional play with two wins after Saturday’s triumph in Port Angeles over Peninsula College.

The Tritons shot 48% from the field and held the Pirates to 32% shooting. Just over one minute into the game they took a lead they would not relinquish. At the break, they led 35-27 and hung on to claim the important 74-67 road victory. Jerzie Pluid recorded her second double-double in the past three games with 14 points and 10 rebounds, and was one of four players to reach double figures. Read More > >


Nick Amrine Tabbed as Women's Basketball Coach

LYNNWOOD -- Nick Amrine has been hired as the new women's basketball coach at Edmonds College, effective May 2, 2019. Amrine's most recent coaching stop was as the Stanwood High School girls coach this past season where he led the Spartans to districts in his first year. Amrine has a great deal of college coaching experience, most notably 10 years as the assistant women’s hoops coach at Everett CC from 2005-2013, and again from 2016-2018. “Nick is familiar with the NWAC, is connected to the local high school basketball scene because of his experience, and has a vision larger than just winning basketball games,” said Edmonds athletic director Spencer Stark. Read More > >


 

  • Triton Women's Basketball

    Triton Women's Basketball

  • Triton Women's Basketball

    Triton Women's Basketball

  • Triton Women's Basketball

    Triton Women's Basketball

  • Triton Women's Basketball

    Triton Women's Basketball