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No. 1-Ranked Tritons Sweep Four From Shoreline

The NWAACC's No. 1-ranked Tritons swept four games from Shoreline CC this past weekend to improve to 16-2 on the year, 4-0 in North Region play. All four Edmonds College starters picked up wins. Saturday's Recap | Sunday's Recap

Edmonds Splits with Lower Columbia

LONGVIEW -- Two of the NWAACC's best teams split a non-league double header on Sunday, Lower Columbia winning the opener 5-3 with Edmonds taking the seven-inning nightcap 9-5. Read More>>

Triton Win Streak Reaches Ten Games

LONGVIEW -- Starter Andrew Kemmerer dominated in the opener while a ninth-inning rally in the nightcap gave the Tritons a non-league sweep of Lower Columbia College Saturday at Story Field. The 2-0 and 8-7 wins were the tenth straight for the Edmonds College baseball team which improved to 10-1 on the year. The Red Devils dropped to 11-4. Read More>>

Tritons Sweep Past Mariners

LYNNWOOD -- The Edmonds College baseball team keeps rolling, beating Vancouver Island twice on Saturday at Triton Field to extend its win streak to eight games. Both non-league contests were cut short due to the 10-run rule, Edmonds College winning the opener 14-0 (5) and the nightcap 13-2 (8). Read More>>

Edmonds College Rolls to Two More Wins Saturday

WENATCHEE -- The Edmonds College offense put up double-digit runs two more times on Saturday in a 11-6 win over Everett and a 10-2 victory over hosts Wenatchee Valley. It was the fourth straight game that the Tritons (6-1) posted at least 10 runs. Read More>>

Tritons Score 27, Win Twice Friday

WENATCHEE -- The Edmonds College baseball team posted a pair of wins Friday, beating Everett 10-6 and Wenatchee Valley 17-0. Starters Torin Dooley and Andrew Kemmerer each earned a win while the Triton offense pounded out 27 runs on 31 hits. Read More>>>

Edmonds College Beats Mt. Hood 8-4

LYNNWOOD -- The weather still wasn't cooperating but that didn't stop Edmonds College from posting an 8-4 victory over Mt. Hood at Triton Field Sunday afternoon. Read More>>

Kemmerer Fans 13 as Edmonds College Tops Mt. Hood

LYNNWOOD - Neither rain, snow or delays could stop Edmonds from getting in its game against Mt. Hood at Triton Field Saturday evening. Triton starter Andrew Kemmerer threw seven solid innings against the Saints to lead Edmonds College to a 9-2 win. Read More>>

Edmonds Drops 2014 Season Opener

LYNNWOOD -- It was cold, it was raining and it was actually snowing on Triton Field Saturday. Despite the poor weather conditions and despite a delay in the start of the game due to Vancouver Island taking longer than expected to cross the border, Edmonds opened the 2014 season against the non-NWAACC opponent. Read More>>

Triton 2014 Baseball Schedule Announced

LYNNWOOD -- Edmonds College announced its 2014 baseball schedule. The Tritons, who finished second in the North in 2013, host 21 games and will be on the road 11 times. Edmonds College opens up the year with games versus Vancouver Island Baseball Institute at 12 p.m., and Mt. Hood at 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 1. Full Schedule>>

Tritons Claim Numerous NWAACC Awards

Congratulations to Edmonds College's 2013 NWAACC North All-Stars! Earning first-team status are: outfielder T.C. Florentine, pitcher Kevin Sheets and catcher Kyle Olson. Second-team picks are second baseman Marcus Madden, shortstop Ryan Archibald, outfielder Ryland Longoni and designated hitter Kyle Baumgartner. Gold Glove award selections are catcher Jeff Beckman and outfielder T.C. Florentine. 

Edmonds comes up short in North title game

EVERETT, Wash. – After a 3-0 victory over Skagit Valley Friday afternoon at Everett Memorial Stadium, the Tritons headed into Sunday needing one win over Bellevue to claim the North Division title and earn a spot as a No. 1-seed at the NWAACC Championships. But it was Bellevue defeating Edmonds 6-5 in the early game to force a winner-take-all contest at 4 pm. The Bulldogs, which Edmonds College beat Thursday, completed their comeback, topping Edmonds 8-5. Full Story>>