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The Tritons have won two NWAC championships (2000, 2002), four league titles, and four top four finishes, including a second-place showing in 2013.


Kris Lowry named Edmonds College Director of Soccer

Darrel Marcelle joins Lowry as the Associate Head Coach for both programs

Kris LowryLYNNWOOD -- 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.

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Five new players inked with program 

Brieanna DellWomen's soccer has signed five new players that will join the program next fall. Tenino High School's Brieanna Dell headlines the group. Dell, a forward with a knack for finding the back of the net, was named to the All-American watchlist. Tenino Standout Brieanna Dell Named to Girls Soccer All-American Watchlist > >

Joining Dell are Sequim High School teammates Amara Sayer and Natalya James, Yareli Sanchez from Wenatchee High School, and local product Kaelyn Bundy from Kamiak High School. Sequim's James, Sayer sign to play for Edmonds College > >


Ramirez named to All-Star Team for second year in a row

Women's soccer sophomore defender Lexi Ramirez (Lake Stevens, Wash.) was named to the NWAC All-Star Team as announced by the conference. Ramirez has been a mainstay in the backfield both years and helped anchor the defense on last year's playoff team in 2018. Women's Soccer All-Stars > >


Women's Soccer opens postseason at Bellevue

For the first time since 2014 the Edmonds College  women's soccer program will play in the NWAC postseason, which begins Wednesday, October 31. The Tritons will make a short trip down I-405 and match up with the Bellevue College Bulldogs, the second-place finisher from the West Region. The Halloween playoff battle kicks off at 2 p.m. EdCC Tritons Blogspot > >


Local players spark turnaround for Edmonds College women's soccer

The Everett Herald featured the Edmonds College women's soccer team on the front page of the sports section on October 22. The Tritons have qualified for the post season after a three-year hiatus, with many local products on the roster. Read the Full Story >>


Wiley honored as NWAC soccer POW

The freshman forward leads the NWAC in goals scored

Kailin WileyKailin Wiley has been recognized as the NWAC Women's Soccer Athlete of the Week for her hot start with the Edmonds College women's soccer team. The Kamiak High School forward led the Tritons to their first victory over Everett on September 8, scoring three goals to earn the hat trick. She had four goals in the first three matches of the year. Read More > >


Women's soccer remains perfect in North

LYNNWOOD (Sept. 26) -- Edmonds women's soccer stayed perfect in the North with a 2-0 shutout over Everett on Wednesday. Alexis Griggs and Katy Ewoniuk each scored in the victory. The Tritons outshout Everett 12-6 in the match. Samantha Miller-Foy registered the clean sheet with six saves. Next up is Whatcom CC in Bellingham on Saturday. 

Edmonds collects road win at Skagit, ties No. 2 Peninsula in Port Angeles

The Edmonds College women's soccer team continues to turn heads -- this past week it was because of a 5-2 road win at Skagit Valley, followed by a hard-fought 1-1 draw in Port Angeles at No. 2-ranked Peninsula College. After the first round of NWAC North action, Edmonds finds themselves tied atop the standings at 4-0-1 with Peninsula. The Tritons are 5-0-2 overall and snuck in the first NWAC Coaches Poll rankings at No. 8. NWAC Coaches Poll Rankings > >

Even with some injuries, the Tritons have been able to sustain by using an offensive attack not seen since the program's run to the NWAC title game in 2013. Much of that is due in part to the NWAC's leading goal scorer, Kailin Wiley. The freshman from Mukilteo is lighting up the back of the net with 8 goals scored in the Tritons' past three matches.