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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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Softball raising funds for the '22 season

The Edmonds College softball team has started their 2021-22 Snap! Raise fundraising campaign. Our athletic programs are not fully funded and are coming off a tough year in which COVID-19 made it difficult to fundraise. Please help support Triton softball with a donation of your choosing. Your support is appreciated in advance!

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Mariah Johnston named Defensive POW

Mariah JohnstonEdmonds volleyball freshman libero Mariah Johnston was named as the NWAC North Region Defensive Player of the Week.

Johnston had a stellar weekend at the Walla Walla Crossover Tournament (September 10-11), averaging over six digs per set.

 


Soccer tripped up on the road

Both Edmonds College soccer teams lost North Region matches on the road Saturday, September 18. The women were turned away at Shoreline 1-0 as the Dolphins goal keeper saved 11 shots to preserve the win. The men were also blanked at Highline 3-0 at Starfire. 

Next up: Wednesday, September 22: Women's soccer is at Peninsula (2 p.m. start); Men's soccer hosts Pierce College at Triton Field (4:15 p.m. kickoff).


Tritons topple Titans in final non-leaguer

Volleyball beats TacomaLYNNWOOD -- It wasn't a breeze, but the Triton volleyball team claimed a three-set sweep of the Tacoma Titans in Seaview Gym on Thursday night. Edmonds (10-5) took the first set 25-23. Tacoma built a 15-5 lead in the second, but Edmonds fought back and ultimately prevailed in a back-and-forth battle 29-27. The Tritons closed out the third set 25-20 for the 3-0 triumph.

Charity Wilson led the way with 11 kills and Hannah Zdenek dished out 22 assists.

The only remaining undefeated team in the NWAC -- Skagit Valley College (11-0) --  visits Seaview Gym to open North Region action Wednesday, September 22 at 7 p.m.


Soccer sweeps home matches Sept. 15

Women's soccer blanks Everett 7-0LYNNWOOD -- The Edmonds College soccer programs tallied two home soccer wins on Wednesday, September 15 at Triton Field, although they were completely different in how they achieved the winning result. Women's soccer defeated Everett 7-0 and men's soccer topped South Puget Sound 4-3.

The ladies came out firing on all cylinders and never looked back as they blew past Everett. Yareli Sanchez, Rahimah Moore and Amy Gonzalez-Rios scored goals. Emily Morandi and Kaelyn Bundy combined for the clean sheet in goal. The star of the game was Flero Dina Surpris, who connected for four goals and added an assist. It is the first time in recent memory that a Triton has earned a haul.

Men's soccer tops South Puget SoundThe men mounted a huge second half comeback to defeat South Puget Sound. The Tritons took a 1-0 lead into the half, but the Clippers rattled off three straight goals to jump ahead 3-1. Edmonds clawed back and responded with three goals of their own, the last one in stoppage time, to top the Clippers 4-3 in thrilling fashion. Yoel Teklezghi had the game winner. 

Sheikh Marong, Keyo Fenster and Abdoul Bah netted the other goals. Assists were credited to Scott Burkholder and Nick Rivera.

With the women's soccer win, they took the first step forward in what will be a year-long competition between the Edmonds College and Everett CC athletics departments in their annual "T" Trophy rivalry. 

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Next up: Saturday, September 18: Women's soccer is at Shoreline (2 p.m. start); Men's soccer is at Highline (2:15 p.m. kickoff).


Women's soccer blanks Whatcom

Men's soccer plays to 1-1 draw versus Bellevue

Women's soccer beats WhatcomLYNNWOOD -- North Region soccer action has begun and both Triton squads earned points in their season and home openers Saturday, September 11. Women's soccer blanked Whatcom 1-0 behind Flero Dina Surpris's score in the 22nd minute from Tawney Lee-Wilcox. That ended up being the difference as Emily Morandi earned the clean sheet in goal. Men's soccer struck first when Caleb Cho found the back of the net in the 31st minute. Credit the assist to Yoel Teklezghi. Bellevue came back to knot it up later in the first half, and both teams had opportunities but couldn't convert as the game ended in a 1-1 draw.

Next up: Home doubleheader this Wednesday, September 15 at Triton Field. The women face Everett CC at 2 p.m., followed by the men vs. South Puget Sound at 4:15 p.m.


Triton volleyball splits at Crossover

WALLA WALLA -- Edmonds volleyball split matches both days at the Walla Walla Crossover September 10-11, finishing 2-2 at the tournament. On Friday, the Tritons claimed a 3-1 triumph over Centralia but lost a five-set battle to Linn-Benton 3-2. Saturday they dropped their first match to Spokane 3-0 but bounced back to top Clark 3-1. They took care of Yakima Valley 3-0 on their way over the mountains on September 9.

The final two non-league matches of the season are coming up this week -- Tuesday (Sept. 14) at Highline and Thursday (Sept. 16) at home against Tacoma. Edmonds (8-5) starts regional play September 22.


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King Triton

Our Mascot: The Triton

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