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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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Triton volleyball places 5th at NWACs

Triton volleyball places 5th at NWACsLAKEWOOD -- Edmonds College volleyball saw their season come to an end Saturday night after dropping an elimination game to Pierce College 3-1. The Tritons started the Elite 8 with a 3-0 sweep of Whatcom before losing to the eventual champion Linn-Benton (3-1) in their first match Saturday. Linn-Benton finished the season winners of 25 in a row.

It was another great year and showing by the Tritons, who finished the year 25-6 and qualified for the postseason for the fifth consecutive year. Edmonds placed 5th overall in the NWAC and will return many players from its current roster next year.

Meekins off to hot start for men's hoops

Women's basketball starts the year 1-2 at the Red Lion Classic in Pendleton

Xaiver MeekinsThe 2021-22 basketball season is underway. Both Triton squads earned their first victories of the year Saturday after falling in their openers on Friday. Men's hoops started 2-1 while the women are 1-2 through the first weekend of play.

Xaiver Meekins has paced the Triton men so far; he's was the team's leading scorer in each contest at Everett's Season Tip-off. Through the first three contests he is averaging 22 points per game, shooting 51% from the field. Edmonds lost to Green River 91-83, defeated Centralia 88-76, and topped Grays Harbor 89-65. Khyree Armstead added a double double (13 points/10 rebounds) in the Green River game, all five starters reached double figures in the win over Centralia, and Calvin Blair turned in a great all around performance against Grays Harbor (11 points, 12 assists, 4 rebounds, 3 steals).

Lilian BouzaNext up for men's basketball is a road game at South Puget Sound CC on Tuesday, November 23.

The Triton women competed at Blue Mountain CC's Red Lion Classic in Pendleton, Ore. Edmonds came up short to the host Timberwolves 70-52, beat Yakima Valley 52-49, and lost their final game 48-44 to North Idaho. Lilian Bouza had a double double versus Yakima, netting 16 points and grabbing 13 rebounds. Raylie Wardenaar went for 19 points and nailed four treys against NIC.

The women are back in action on Tuesday, November 30 when they host Pierce College.

Edmonds sweeps Whatcom at Elite 8

LAKEWOOD -- Edmonds volleyball completed the sweep of Whatcom 3-0 (25-20, 25-22, 25-22) in the first match of the NWAC Championship on Friday morning. The Tritons hit .336 for the match with double-digit kills by Keelan Memory (15) and Charity Wilson (12). EC will face the winner of Linn-Benton/Bellevue at 9 a.m. on Saturday, November 20. Follow Triton Athletics on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for the most up to date information. Head coach Tony Miranda was interviewed after the win.

Triton spikers win West Super Regional

Edmonds qualifies for the NWAC Elite 8 Championship Tournament Nov. 19-21

Volleyball wins Super RegionalLAKEWOOD -- After disposing of Yakima Valley 3-0 to open the Super Regional playoffs on Saturday, November 13, the Triton volleyball team continued on to upset West Region champion and No. 1 seed Pierce in a five-set thriller on Sunday, November 14.

With the win, Edmonds punched their ticket to the NWAC Elite 8 Championship Tournament November 19-21, which is also being held at Pierce College in Lakewood, Wash.

The player of the match in the triumph over Yakima was Erith Hayes. She had 6 kills, hit an impressive .455, and registered 4 blocks. Charity Wilson and Faith Hawkins nabbed co-player of the match honors in the victory over Pierce. Wilson notched 20 kills, hit .280, and added 15 digs; Hawkins recorded 12 kills, hit .231, tallied 1 ace, and had 5 block assists.

Edmonds will face a familiar foe in their first matchup on Friday, November 19 -- the Whatcom Orcas. The two squads split matches this year. The Orcas defeated the Tritons in the season finale on November 5 and battled their way through Super Regionals as a No. 4 seed to reach the Elite 8. First serve is set for 9 a.m. Friday morning at Pierce College.

Championship Tournament Links: Bracket | General Information | Tickets | Livestream 

NWAC Volleyball Championship Elite 8 Preview >>

Four Tritons tabbed as NWAC All-Stars

Four volleyball players were selected as NWAC All-Stars as announced by the conference on November 18. First-team: Jordyn Stocks (So.) and Charity Wilson (Fr.); Second-team: Emma Harada-Suaava (Fr.); Honorable Mention: Keelan Memory (So.). Additionally, three Tritons were named as Sophomore All-Stars: Jordyn Stocks (L), Keelan Memory (OH), and Erith Hayes (MB).

See the full list of All-Stars here >>

Basketball begins 2021-22 campaign

The long await is over. Edmonds men's and women's basketball officially start their 2021-22 seasons this weekend. Men's basketball will travel north to Everett CC for the Trojan Season Tip-off, which consists of three consecutive days of games against Green River College (Friday, Nov. 18 at 3 p.m.), Centralia College (Saturday, Nov. 19 at 4 p.m.), and Grays Harbor College (Sunday, Nov. 20 at 2 p.m.). Women's hoops goes to Pendleton, Ore. for the Red Lion Classic hosted by Blue Mountain CC. The Tritons will play the host Timberwolves on Friday at 7:30 p.m., Yakima Valley on Saturday at 3 p.m., and North Idaho College on Sunday at 10 a.m.

Women's Basketball Schedule | Men's Basketball Schedule

Edmonds seeks head coaches in three sports

Edmonds College Athletics is currently accepting applications for three open head coaching positions -- men's soccer, women's soccer, and men's and women's cross country. All positions are open until filled.

To view the complete job descriptions and apply: Men's Soccer | Women's Soccer | Cross Country

Inquiries about the two soccer openings can be directed to assistant athletic director Scott Kelly. Questions about the cross country position can be directed to athletic director Spencer Stark.

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King Triton

Our Mascot: The Triton

Triton, prince of the sea in Greek mythology, commands the ocean waves.