Edmonds College Tritons
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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Men's hoops assistant featured in Herald's NIL story
Edmonds men's basketball director of operations Nate Ivie was featured in a July 9 Everett Herald article about the NCAA's new policy that allows college athletes to make money off their names, images and likenesses (NIL).
Ivie is the Vice President for Sales at TUNE, a Seattle-based digital marketing agency.
Top performers from COVID-season announced
The NWAC office released the top performers from this spring's abbreviated COVID-season of competition. Three student-athletes were chosen from each team that participated. Congratulations to these 24 Tritons!
Baseball: Shea Thomas, Taylo Derouin, J.J. Gerarden; Men's Basketball: Xaiver Meekins, Kendall Engelhart, Jack Sims; Men's Cross Country: Dylan Lennon, Alek Schwiesow, Brandon Schenck; Men's Soccer: Wataru Muto, Caleb Cho, Vinicius Alves; Women's Cross Country: Christina Savenkova, Arella Rihn, Hannah Bomgardner; Women's Soccer: Makayla Tornga, Saoirse Brown, LeeAnn Sweider; Softball: Nadia Delzer, Nanea Andrade, Anna Fridell; Volleyball: Danika Brown, Kiana Pel, Jordyn Stocks.
NWAC Academic Award winners
Edmonds College student-athletes excelled in the classroom this past year, as evidenced by the number of NWAC academic awards received, as announced by the conference on June 22. This year Academic Leadership Awards (3.5-4.0 GPA & 60+ credits earned) were given to 29 Tritons and Academic Excellence Awards (3.25-3.5 GPA & 60+ credits earned) were given to eight Tritons. Edmonds topped all athletic departments in the conference with 37 students garnering recognition. This is a huge accomplishment considering the challenges that have been presented by the COVID-19 pandemic. Well done!
Kris Lowry named Edmonds College Director of Soccer
Darrel Marcelle joins Lowry as the Associate Head Coach for both programs
LYNNWOOD -- Interim head men's soccer coach Kris Lowry has been elevated to the leader of the men's and women's soccer programs at Edmonds College. Lowry, who was in his second stint at the college as an assistant this past spring, assumes the role of Director of Soccer effective immediately.
Lowry has previous NWAC head coaching experience at Olympic College where he was head coach from 2008-2011. He has assistant for the Kitsap Pumas of the Premier Development League (PDL), and the men's team at Edmonds in 2015 under Brandon Mitalas, helping the Tritons to a 3rd place finish at the NWAC Tournament. Lowry has his USSF "B" License and is currently a senior coach for Sound FC. Lowry is also a Triton alum and helped the 1992 Edmonds squad to the NWAC title game. He captained the 1993 team the following year before transferring to Arizona State University.
"Kris is a positive person; I know he will do everything in his power to help our student-athletes develop in soccer and in life," said athletic director Spencer Stark.
"I am a Triton. From having worn the uniform and coached on previous staffs, I know the pride and prestige that goes with being part of this institution," said Lowry. His vision is to integrate the men's and women's teams together to build a larger family and prepare them for the next level. "Championship cultures create championship people and teams. It is an honor and blessing to represent Triton Athletics and the alumni. This is a dream come true for me," Lowry added.
Darrel Marcelle, who has an extensive soccer coaching background, joins Lowry as the Associate Head Coach for both programs. Marcelle was a member of the Trinidad and Tobago national team after playing and graduating from NCAA DI Howard University. He holds his USSF "A" License, is certified by the Italian Football Federation, and is currently the technical director for BVB International Academy which includes overseeing all club operations. He has coached at Empoli FC in the Italian Serie A League, been an assistant at Mount St. Mary's University (NCAA DII), and was the National Team coach for Trinidad and Tobago's women's team, serving on the staff for the U17 & U20 senior women's squads (2019-2021).
A new era of Triton soccer has arrived.
Danika Brown tabbed as AVCA All-American
Volleyball player Danika Brown has been tabbed as a 2nd-Team AVCA All-American for two year colleges across the country. The sophomore middle blocker was also selected as the NWAC North Region MVP this year, as decided by North Region volleyball coaches. It is the third consecutive year a Triton volleyball player has been named to the All-American team.
Pair of Tritons named NWAC Track All-Americans
Two Edmonds College track student-athletes received All-American recognition for their efforts this spring.
Christina Savenkova (Bothell HS, Lynnwood, WA) ran the third fastest time in the NWAC in the 1500 meters
at the North Region Open meet on May 8. The freshman finished at 5:00.13.
Dylan Lennon (Bothell HS, Bothell, WA) ran the second fastest time in conference in the 10,000 meters at Whitworth University's Sam Adams Classic on April 17. The freshman finished with a time of 32:57.55.
Triton harriers competed in distance track events this spring and will start their second year of competition in cross country (first official year) this fall.
Triton Athletics reloading for 2021-22
As of July 6, the Edmonds College athletic coaching staff has signed a total of 63 new student-athletes who will compete for the Tritons in the upcoming 2021-22 athletic season. Here's a list of who's signed with each program. For the most up-to-date list visit the NWAC website >>
Baseball: Nick Taylor, Connor Bourbon, Carter Olsen, Jaidon Matthews, Angel Maldanado, Mason Persons, Carson Doi, Michael Synder, Hayes Eden, Evan Canfield, and Josh Flaugher.
Volleyball: Charity Wilson, Emma Harada-Suaava, Cassidy Adams, Kaena Kekaualua, McKenzie Smith, Madison Smith, Lanie Elliott, Hannah Zdenek, Devon Condie, Faith Hawkins, and Mariah Johnston.
Men's Basketball: Mario Herring, Jack Fisher, Hunter Chubb, Tony Frohlich-Fair, Michael Mubarak, Mark Frazier Jr., and Squeeky Johnson.
Women's Basketball: Jordan Carter, Jordan Carrasco, Nakota Whalawitsa, Raylie Wardenaar, Lillian Carstens, and Safiyah Abdurrahman.
Men's Soccer: Cristian Senestrari, Isar Tjorvason, Leif Mathews, Sybe Bromberg, Liam Shipley, and Scott Burkholder.
Women's Soccer: Yareli Sanchez, Natalya James, Amara Sayer, Kaelyn Bundy, Mya Sciola, Natalie Hawkins, Varsha Chawla, Noelle Becker and Grace Halstead.
Men's cross country: Josiah Ponton, Anthony Chambers, Taran Holtzclaw and Aaron Simbeck.
Women's cross country: Bridgette Scott and Monserrat Lopez.
Softball: Kelsey Harris and Zoey Morris.
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Triton, prince of the sea in Greek mythology, commands the ocean waves.