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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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Statement regarding spectators at home Triton events

We understand everyone’s desire to attend home athletic games at Edmonds College this spring. Our top priority is ensuring the safety of all involved. We are currently reviewing our safety plan to determine if we can meet state, county and local requirements and guidance to safely accommodate spectators at our home events for parents/family members of our Triton student-athletes. We thank you for your continued patience and understanding. In the meantime, we are live streaming all of our home events for free this year on the Official Sports Network of the Tritons >>

Volleyball posts straight sets win at Everett

Edmonds College volleyball swept Everett CC in straight sets to start their 2021 campaign on the road. Danika Brown led the way with 12 kills and Heidi Norman dished out 21 assists as the Tritons won in easy fashion. Next up: Whatcom visits Seaview Gym on April 13. 

Women's soccer plays to draw, men fall 2-1

Triton soccer opens the seasonBoth Edmonds College soccer programs opened the 2021 spring season at home against Everett CC on Monday, April 5. The women played to a scoreless draw, and the men fell 2-1. Musa Jaiteh scored late in the second half and was assisted by Toki Husogaya. Next games are Thursday at Triton Field versus Whatcom CC at 2 p.m. (women) and 4:15 p.m. (men). Watch the livestream here >>

Triton Weekend Roundup - April 3-4

Three Triton teams returned to action this weekend after COVID-19 delayed the start of seasons. Baseball split their four-game series with Skagit Valley as each team secured one win each day. Men's basketball dropped their opener at Skagit Valley, and softball swept Olympic on the road.


Edmonds baseball jumped out to a 6-0 lead in their opener on Saturday, but Skagit Valley clawed back in the game and eventually went ahead for good behind a pair of two-run home runs in the top of the eighth inning. The final was 9-6. Evan Berry, Shea Thomas, and Taku Kataoka had two hits apiece.

The Tritons bounced back to take the nightcap 9-3. Josh Latimer was credited with the win and Jackson Gould hurled four innings allowing no earned runs. Matt Erickson had the hot bat and went 3-for-5 with a home run. J.J. Gerarden and Dylan Cyr also had dingers for the Tritons.

On Sunday the Tritons pummelled the Cardinals 14-2 in the first game. Taylo Derouin went six innings, allowing just one run to nab the win on the bump. Cyr was 3-for-5 with a home run and 3 RBI. Gerarden notched three hits and had two doubles and 3 RBI. Erickson, Berry, and Thomas each slapped two hits in the win. Edmonds was only able to muster four hits in game two and lost the series finale, 7-2. See the baseball schedule for box scores.

Men's BasketballXaiver Turner

Men's hoops lost at Skagit Valley 80-65. Freshman Brady Carandang led the way with 13 points (three treys); Xaiver Turner (12 points) and Hans Stone (10 points) each registered double digits. Edmonds hosts Peninsula College on Wednesday in Seaveiw Gym. See the men's basketball schedule for box scores.


Nadia Delzer fanned 10 in the circle to lift Edmonds over Olympic 7-0 in the first game. She helped her own cause at the plate with 2 hits. Brynn Webster had a homer and was 3-for-3 with 2 runs scored. Nanea Andrade also clubbed a round-tripper.

Katie Banks earned the win in game two, going five innings in a run-ruled blow out, 22-3. Delzer was 4-for-4 with 5 runs scored; Jaelyn Myers was 3-for-5 with 4 runs scored; Andrade belted a homer, her second of the day, and was 4-for-4 with 6 RBI; Anna Fridell left the yard twice and tallied 4 RBIs in the win. See the softball schedule for box scores.

All sports return as the spring season starts

Saturday, April 3 marks the start of games for the rest of the athletic programs in the Triton stable. Baseball hosts Skagit Valley College at Triton Field. First pitch of the doubleheader is scheduled for 1 p.m. No spectators are allowed to attend home athletic events at this time. If and when that information changes we will announce it. All home games will be livestreamed free of charge this year.

Softball travels west across the sound for a noon doubleheader at Olympic College, and men's basketball heads north for a 7:15 p.m. tip off at Skagit Valley. Men's and women's soccer kick off their seasons on Monday when they host Everett CC at Triton Field, and volleyball opens their 2021 campaign at Everett on Tuesday. Edmonds' new distance track program will participate at the Pacific Lutheran University Invite on April 10.

Triton XC on top in season finale

Men's and women's cross country teams earn first place in season finale

Men's Cross Country team at NWAC Region ChampionshipsEven in wet conditions at Legion Memorial Golf Course in Everett, both Triton cross country teams persisted and took home team victories at the NWAC Northwest Regional Championship in the season finale on March 24. 

For the men, it was another battle with Whatcom. The two first-year programs traded team wins in two earlier meets this year. The Tritons prevailed 26 to 29. In the final 800 meters there were five position changes between the two teams. Dylan Lennon posted a 26:15.78 time to finish second overall in the 8k. 

The women's team scored 66 points en route to a team triumph. Arella Rihn (19:57.69) and Christina Savenkova (20:06.62) placed third and fourth overall in the 5k. There were participants from Edmonds, Green River, Whatcom, Olympic, Everett, and Pierce. Both meets used modified scoring. Edmonds' runners will compete in NWAC distance track later this spring.

Northwest Region Championship Results >>

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King Triton

Our Mascot: The Triton

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