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Cross Country

Edmonds College is launching men's and women's cross country programs beginning in the Fall of 2020. Any interested runners should contact head coach Shelby Schenck. Scholarships are available for both teams. Cross Country will compete in early 2021 this athletic season due to COVID-19 and NWAC guidelines.

Saturday filled with many firsts for Triton XC 

It was a day of many firsts for the Edmonds College cross country teams on Saturday. After waiting a week to start due to snow, the Triton cross country program finally opened the 2021 COVID-season, and competed for the first time ever. The Edmonds men and women took home victories in the team competition, and Triton harriers Alek Schwiesow and Christina Savenkova were the top finishers as individuals.

Dylan Lennon trailed Schwiesow by seven seconds to earn second place for the Triton men, and Arella Rihn was 20 seconds off Savenkova's pace to notch third place for the Triton women.

Edmonds scored 23 and Everett tallied 34 in the men's dual-meet. Edmonds edged Pierce in the women's tri-meet, 22 to 33. See the full results here >>

Last weekend's NW Region meet hosted by Everett CC has been rescheduled to March 13. Edmonds is back in action on Saturday, March 6 when they travel to Bellingham for the Whatcom CC Invite. No spectators are allowed at NWAC events this season.

The Edmonds Invite was one of four meets that opened the NWAC cross country season. Read More >>

NWAC Announces Return to Play for 2020-21

VANCOUVER, WASH. -- (July 9, 2020) With the 2020-2021 school year quickly approaching, and the goal to provide practice and competition in as much normalcy as possible while continuing to protect the safety of our student-athletes and slow the spread of COVID-19, the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) has released Return-to-Play Guidelines for the 2020-2021 academic year. On Tuesday the NWAC Executive Board approved a plan to move the majority of fall sports to winter and spring quarters.

Each sport's head coach will communicate with their respective teams as more information becomes available.  Read More > >

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