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Volleyball, Basketball & Baseball - $5.00 per person 12 years old and up. Current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty are Free with current EvCC ID.
Soccer & Softball - FREE to all.

  • Soccer at 2014 NWAC Friendlies Day 1 8/26 - The Men's & Women's Soccer Teams were at Starfire Complex in Tukwila, WA to participate in the 2014 NWAC Friendlies Tournament. The Women played at 8:30am today against the Hawks of Columbia Basin College. The Trojans scored first with a goal by Rachel Detroit at the 23 minute mark, with the assist going to Kelsie Neill. Before half time in the 40th minute, the Hawks scored to tie it up with a goal by Debra Hulse. With about five minutes left in the game, in the 85th minute, Trojan Lauren Allison made a pass to Victoria Lentz who scored off the pass to get the Trojans to take the lead 2-1. The Hawks were unable to score in the final minutes of the game, so the Trojans get the win. Rachel Leupold had 3 saves for Everett and Sydnee Grant had 7 saves for CBC. EvCC is 1-0-0 overall and CBC is 0-1-0 overall. The Men's game started at 12:30pm and it was also against the CBC Hawks. The Trojans struck first with a goal by James Bensen at the 41st minute in the first half, who was assisted by Adrian Cayetano. It wasn't until the 85th minute that the Hawks scored by Fredy Rodriguez to tie the game 1-1. Kurtis Spotted Bear had the assist on the goal. At the end of the regulation time, the game was still tied. Sergio Barrera had 9 saves for the Trojans and for the Hawks, Lupe Arceo had 10 saves. Both teams are 0-0-1 overall.
  • 8/30 Soccer @ Tacoma CC - The Titans of Tacoma CC will host the Trojans Men's & Women's Soccer Teams in the first league games of the 2014 season. The games will be played in Tacoma, WA and the Women's game will start at 12:00pm with the Men's game to follow at 2:15pm. Directions to the game at TCC are under the directions link to the right.
  • 8/26 & 8/27 M & W Soccer @ NWAC Friendlies - The 2014 NWAC Friendlies Men's & Women's Soccer Tournament will be held on Tuesday & Wednesday, August 26th & 27th at Starfire Complex in Tukwila, WA. On the 26th, the Trojan Women will play at 8:30am and the Men will play at 12:30pm both against the Hawks of Columbia Basin College. On the 27th, both teams will play at 4:30pm, the Women against the Pierce College Raiders and the Men against Portland CC Panthers. Directions to Starfire Complex are under the directions link to the right.
  • Men's Baskeball Sophomore Mark Brown to play at King University 7/16 - On Monday, July 14th, the sixth sophomore from the 2013-2014 Men's Basketball Team was received his letter of acceptance to King University in Bristol, Tennessee for 2014-15. The Tornados play in the Conference Carolinas as an NCAA DII school. Mark played two seasons for the Trojans and came to Everett from Mt. Rainier High School. The 5'6 sophomore guard played in 19 games in the 2013-14 season and while he may not have scored much - 39 points on the season, he did create opportunities for his teammates to score. His quickness allowed him to get 12 steals, 18 assists, 18 rebounds, and helped himself to getting fouled to send him to the free throw line 17 times, where he made 13 of the 17 for a 76.5%. When he on the court, he could be heard from the bench giving incouragement and support to his teammates. He was a leader with his team in practices and in games. His hard work in the off-season and during season was noticable. Mark plays with heart and determination and King University is lucky to have gotten him. He will do great things with and for them next season.
  • Baseball Players to play at 4-years 7/16 - There have been some Trojan Baseball Players that will be moving on the 4 year level to play baseball next season. Brad Monson, a sophomore from Bothell High School that pitched and played outfield for the 2013 & 2014 seasons will be playing at St. Andrews University in North Carolina. Kyle Nobach a freshman outfielder from Marysville-Pilchuck High School will be at Oregon State University next year after playing the 2014 season for the Trojans. Cooper Jansen a right handed sophomore pitcher from Ferndale High School accepted a scholarship from Southern Nazarene University in Oklahoma. Cooper played the 2013 & 2014 seasons for the Trojans. Also going to Southern Nazarene with Cooper will be red shirt freshman infielder Brandon Dormaier from Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
  • Fall 2014 Sports - The starting dates/1st practices for the Fall 2014 sports are: Men's & Women's Soccer August 11th; Men's & Women's Cross Country August 13th; Volleyball August 15th. If you are interested in participating on any of the intercollegiate teams for the fall, please contact the coach of the team - M. Soccer Coach Scott Willsie 360-330-4956 willsie_s@comcast.net; W. Soccer Coach Geoff Kittle 425-238-5785 kitgeo27@hotmail.com; M. & W. Cross Country Coach Frank Dauncey 425-422-0718 fdauncey@everettcc.edu; Volleyball Coach Robyn Peckol-Filimaua 425-343-9987 rpeckol@mindspring.com. You can also contact Athletic Director Larry Walker 425-388-9328 lwalker@everettcc.edu
  • Men's Basketball Sophomore Rashad Jones signs NLOI 6/16 - With his signature on the paper, Rashad Jones has officially signed a National Letter Of Intent to play at Bacone College next season. Jones is a 6'2 sophomore guard from Lewis & Clark High School in Spokane, WA that will move to Muskogee, Oklahoma to play at Bacone College, an NAIA school in the Red River Athletic Conference. Rashad was a Team Captain for the Trojans in the 2013-14 season, he also earned the Elsner Award that is given to an outstanding Trojan Men's Basketball player each year for their hard work and dedication to the team. The team also voted him Most Inspirational and he was named to the Bigfoot Classic All-Tournament Team in Dec. 2013. In the 2012-13 season, he was voted Most Improved by his teammates. Jones played in all 28 games and started 25 of them this season and had the 4th highest field goal percentage on the team with 46.5%, he had a 26.7% from the 3 point range and was 6th on the team in Free Throw shooting with 70.6%. He scored 234 points, an average of 8.36 per game (6th highest on the team); had 189 rebounds, averaging 6.75 per game (3rd highest on the team); 65 assists,16 blocked shots and 52 steals - 17th in the NWAACC Conference. He had three double doubles this year, two in the preseason and one in league against Whatcom CC with 19 points and 13 rebounds. Rashad will be missed next season here at EvCC for his love of the game, his enthusiasm at practice and in games, his all out attitude and his ability to get his teammates to become more intense and focused during games. He will take a knowledge of the game to Oklahoma along with a don't quit attitude, Bacone College is getting a great worker and a great basketball player.
  • Men's Basketball Sophomore Theo VandenEkart signs NLOI 6/4 - Committing to Quest University Canada today, Theo VandenEkart becomes the fourth Men's Basketball sophomore to sign his National Letter of Intent. VandenEkart is a 6'0" guard from Sultan High School that started 22 of the 23 games that he played in. Theo had a triple double at Olympic College this season with 24 points, 11 rebounds and 13 steals. He also had two other double doubles in during league play with one against Shoreline CC (22 points & 10 rebounds) and the other at home vs Olympic College (23 points & 10 rebounds). He ranks highest on the team in 3-point shooting with a 33.5%, 2nd in the NWAACC Conference in steals averaging 2.96 a game for total of 68 on the season. He scored 397 points and averaged 17.3 points per game - 2nd highest on team. He ranked 5th on the team in field goal percentage (42.9%), free throw percentage (75.9) and rebounds per game (5.83/game for total of 134).  Theo also had 50 assists and 4 blocked shots. He participated on the Northern Region Team at the NWAACC Sophomore All-Star Event in March, was named to the CC's of Spokane Big Foot Classic All-Tournament Team in the beginning of December, 2013, and was named as the NWAACC Player of the Week for the week of Dec. 9, 2013 for his spectacular play at the Big Foot Classic. Quest University Canada plays in the CCAA in the PACWEST Provincials out of Squamish, British Columbia.
  • 2013-2014 Athletes of the Year 6/4 - As announced earlier, the 2013-2014 Male and Female Athletes of the Year are David Ware Jr. and Dani Norsby. They received their awards at the 2014 Hall of Fame Banquet that took place on June 3rd in the Student Fitness Center after the Hall of Fame inductees were recognized. They each gave a brief thank you for winning the award and thanked those they felt deserved recognition. These two individuals received this honor for not only their contributions to their teams & teammates but also due to their work ethic, and their committment to their studies. They show that hard work on the court/field and in the classroom will take you a long way. Congratulations to David & Dani, Trojan Athletics wishes them all the best as they proceed to the next level (David at Chaminade University & Dani at Jamestown University). Good Luck to them in all that they choose to do, we are sure they will be successful in everything they do!
  • 2014 EvCC HOF Banquet 6/4 - The EvCC Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet took place last night in the Student Fitness Center/Gym, and was a great success and good time for everyone that attended. Five athletes and four athletic teams were inducted into the Hall of Fame, along with the 2013-2014 Athletes of the Year being awarded their plaques. Lombardi's Everett catered the banquet and the food was wonderful! Trojan Athletics would like to congratulate all of the 2014 inductees! It was a proud night for the Trojans!
  • Men's Basketball Sophomore Jake Allen signs NLOI 5/23 - Signing his National Letter of Intent to play at Avila University in Kansas City, Missouri today, Jake Allen is the third Men's Basketball player to officially move on to the next level for next season. Jake is a 6'3 Sophomore from Varsity College in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia that played the last two seasons for the Trojans. He has a 2.42 GPA and played in all 28 games this season with starting in 11 of them. Allen has the 5th highest points average per game with 11.3. He had 317 points on the season, shooting 49.6% from the field; 26.3% from the 3-point range and 65.8% from the free throw line. Jake had 29 assists, 178 rebounds - 6.36 averaged per game, 24 steals and 11 blocked shots for the Trojans. He had three double-doubles this year with points & rebounds and met his season high of 20 points in a game three times. Avila University is a NAIA D-1 school that will see great things from the lefty with a great turn around/fade away hook shot!
  • 6/3 EvCC 2014 Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet - On Tuesday, June 3, 2014, the 2014 Athletic Hall of Fame Banquet will take place in the Student Fitness Center. This years' inductees are PLAYERS: Barbara Bonnell Burleson, Christian Sievers, Greg Sambrano, Zach Simons & Tom Wells. TEAMS: 1954 Track, 1969 & 1970 Golf, 1981-82 Women's Basketball, & 1994-95 Men's Basketball. Also, the 2013-14 Male & Female Athletes of the Year will be recognized and given their awards - David Ware Jr., Men's Basketball & Dani Norsby, Women's Softball. Doors open at 6:30pm with Dinner at 7:00pm. It is Business Casual with a No-host Bar. Dinner is $50.00 per adult & $25.00 for youth and tickers can be purchased online or by calling 425-388-9434. RSVP must be done by May 28th. The Student Fitness Center is at 2206 Tower St, on the corner of Broadway and Tower. Parking will be in the two lots to the north of the building. There will also be an opportunity to donate to the EvCC Athletic Scholarships.
  • 2013-14 Athletes of the Year Announced 5/20 - Congratulations go out to the Male & Female Athletes of the Year for 2013-14 - David Ware Jr., Men's Basketball & Dani Norsby, Women's Softball.  David was the starting point guard for the Trojans from Silverado High School in Las Vegas, NV that maintains a 2.4 GPA. He played in all 28 games this season and was voted to the N. Region 1st Team All-Star and the N. Region Defensive Player of the Year. He played in the NWAACC 2014 Sophomore All-Star Event on the N. Region Team and lead the whole NWAACC Conference in Assists and Steals. David was the MVP at the Clackamas CC Holiday Tournament in Dec. 2013 and the Men's Basketball Co-Player of the Week Feb. 17, 2014. Dani was the starting catcher on the field for the Lady Trojans from Shorewood High School in Seattle, WA that has a 3.57 GPA. She was team captain and played in 39 of the 40 games this year. She had a .240 Batting Average with 96 At Bats, 26 Walks - 1st on the Team, 11 RBI's, .416 On Base Percentage - 5th on the team, .676 On Base Percentage plus Slugging and 89 Put Out - number of outs she threw or created. Dani was one of two sophomores on the team that was a leader on and off the field. Both David & Dani will be recognized and given their 2013-14 Athlete of the Year Award at the 2014 EvCC Athletics Hall of Fame Banquet on Tuesday, June 3rd. Congratulations to both of these student-athletes and Good Luck in all of their future endeavors!!
  • Men's Basketball Soph RJ Magar signs NLOI 5/19 - Starting two-guard on the Men's Basketball Team, RJ Magar signed a National Letter of Intent to play next season at Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont, CA today.  Magar is a 3.84 student from Hazen High School in Renton, WA. He started 27 of 27 games this season and averaged 16.33 points a game, 3rd highest on the team. RJ had 441 points on the season, shooting 33.8% from field goal; 32.5% 3-point range and 87.5% Free Throw - 2nd in NWAACC Conference. He had 105 rebounds - averaged 3.89 per game, 37 assists, 31 steals and 3 blocked shots. He participated on the 2014 Northern Region Men's Team at the 2014 NWAACC Sophomore All-Star Event on March 9th. He was named to the All-Tournament Team at the 2013 Red Devil Classic hosted by Lower Columbia College in November 2013 and at the 2013 Clackamas CC Holiday Tournament in December 2013. RJ was also named to the NWAACC All-Academic Sports Team for Winter 2013.
  • Softball lose two at NWAACC's 5/16 - The Trojans first game of the 2014 NWAACC Championship Tournament was at 10:00am against the Clackamas CC Cougars. The Cougars got on the board first with one run in the 1st and another in the 2nd to lead 2-0 up until the 4th when the Trojans scored their first run and the Cougars added two more. With the score 4-1 going into the 5th, Everett knew they needed to score and they did adding their only other run of the game and then in the 6th, Clackamas scored two more to win the game 6-2 to advance on the winner's bracket and sending Everett to the loser's bracket. Everett had 2 runs, 2 hits, and 2 errors while Clackamas had 6 runs, 10 hits, and 1 error. Alyson Boytz was the winning pitcher for the Cougars and Alisa Ortega was the losing pitcher. Minna Ward had a home run, an RBI and a stolen base. Olivia Juarez had 1 RBI. The Trojans second game of the day was a loser out game at 2:00pm against the Storm from Chemeketa CC. In this game, the Storm scored all of their runs in the 2nd, 3rd and 4th innings with two runs in the 2nd, three in the 3rd and two in the 4th. The Trojans didn't get on the scoreboard until the 7th when they score two runs. Chemeketa won the game 7-2 to send Everett home. Jessica Hotaling was the winning pitcher and Emilie Leach got the save for the Storm while Sydney Dixon was the losing pitcher for the Trojans. Everett had 2 runs, 6 hits and 4 errors and Chemeketa had 7 runs, 9 hits and 1 error. Jesse Printz had an RBI and a stolen base. Everett finished the season with an overall record of 19-27.
  • 5/19-5/20 Track & Field @ NWAACC Championships - The Men's & Women's Track & Field Teams will be in Spokane, WA on the campus of Spokane Falls CC to participate in the 2014 NWAACC Track & Field Championship Meet. This is a two day event that starts on Monday, May 19th with first events starting at 10:00am. Tueday, May 20th will have the first event starting at 10:00am also. For more information on the meet and to see results go to the NWAACC website and click on Track & Field. Directions to SFCC are under the directions link to the right.
  • 5/16-5/19 Trojan Softball @ NWAACC Championships - With their 4th place finish in league, the Trojan Softball Team will make the trip down to Portland, OR to participate in the 2014 NWAACC Softball Championship Tournament. The four day event will take place at Delta Park. Everett will face the Cougars of Clackamas CC in their first game at 10:00am on the 16th on Field #2. For more information on the tournament and to follow the games/bracket updates go to the NWAACC website and click on the softball link.
  • No post season for 2014 Baseball 5/13 - With the 12-12 league record that the Trojans finished with they are tied with Skagit Valley College for the 4th place in the Northern Region, after SVC finished their league season with Shoreline CC on Monday, May 12th going 1-1 with them.  Because, both EvCC & SVC are tied in 4th place, Skagit beat Everett in league play 3-1 to take the final spot in the 2014 Playoff Series that starts Friday, May 16th at Edmonds CC. This is the first year that Trojan Baseball has not participated in post season play under Coach Lacey/since the re-start of the program in 2002.
  • Thank You 2014 Trojan Baseball Sophomores - Before the first game on Sunday, May 11th, six Trojan Sophomores were recognized. They were: Corban Duffy, a 5'11 catcher from Cascade HS; Alex Keen, a 6'0 3rd Base/ShortStop from Lakewood HS; Jake Thomas, a 6'1 Left-handed pitcher from Marysville-Pilchuck HS; Cooper Jansen, a 6'4 Right-handed pitcher from Ferndale HS; Brad Monson, a 6'0 Right-handed pitcher from Bothell HS; and Alex Koeplin, a 5'9 Left-handed pitcher from Lake Stevens HS.
  • Baseball sweeps Olympic College 5/10 & 5/11 - Over the weekend of May 10th & 11th, the Trojan Baseball Team played four league games with the Rangers of Olympic College, two on Saturday in Bremerton and two on Sunday at Everett Memorial Stadium. In the first game on Saturday, the Trojans got on the scoreboard first with one run in the top of the 1st. The Rangers got their one and only run in the bottom of the 4th inning, while in the 5th & 7th the Trojans scored 2 runs in each inning to win the game 5-1. Michael Wood was the winning pitcher for Everett and Chris Uzzell was the losing pitcher for Olympic. EvCC had 5 runs, 8 hits, and 2 errors and OC had 1 run, 2 hits and 3 errors. John Naff had a double while Kyle Nobach had 2 stolen bases and Kevin Whatley had another stolen base. During the second game, the Trojans scored eight runs in the top of the 2nd inning with the Rangers scoring only one in the bottom of the inning. Everett added another two runs in the 4th while it took until the 7th for the Rangers to score again and that was to add one run. In the top of the 9th, the Trojans scored three more to win the game 13-2. Alex Koeplin was Everett's winning pitcher and the save went to Riley O'Brien and the losing pitcher for Olympic was Ty Donahou. Everett had 13 runs, 17 hits, and 1 error and Olympic had 2 runs, 10 hits and 0 errors. Wade Curtis had a double and 4 RBI's; Brad Monson had a double and 2 RBI's; Joe Morgan had a stolen base and 2 RBI's; and Kyle Nobach, John Naff, Tanner Braun and Kevin Whatley each had 1 RBI. Sunday was the final league games for both teams of the 2014 season. Before the game began, the six Trojan Sophomores were recognized for their contributions for their two years here at EvCC; Alex Keen, Jake Thomas, Corban Duffy, Cooper Jansen, Brad Monson, Alex Koeplin. During the game, the Rangers scored one run in the top of the 1st and the Trojans answered with two of their own in the bottom of the 1st. Olympic added their other run in the top of the 2nd to tie it up, but Everett added one in the 3rd and two more in the 6th to win the game 5-2. Everett had 5 runs, 6 hits and 1 error to Olympic's 2 runs, 4 hits and 2 errors. Brad Monson was Everett's winning pitcher and Jerome Byndloss was Olympic's losing pitcher. Wade Curtis had a double; Kyle Nobach had 2 RBI's and a stolen base; John Naff and Anthony Blackie each had an RBI; Jordan Duffy had 2 stolen bases and Kevin Whatley and Colby Snider each had a stolen base. The second and final game of the series was all Trojan Baseball and ended with a walk off home run by Alex Keen to win the game in the bottom of the 8th inning enforcing the 10 run rule; Everett won 10-0. Jake Thomas was the winning pitcher with Cooper Jansen getting the save for Everett and Dane Wiess was the losing pitcher for Olympic. Everett had 10 runs (one in 1st, six in 2nd, one in 6th and 2 in 8th), 13 hits, 0 errors and Olympic had 0 runs, 3 hits and 1 erros. Alex Keen had the home run and 2 RBI's; Kyle Nobach had a double, 2 RBI's and a stolen base; Joe Morgan & Wade Curtis each had a double and an RBI; Brad Monson & Alex Koeplin each had a double; John Naff had 2 RBI's and a stolen base and Kevin Whatley had 1 RBI and a stolen base. Everett finishes the 2014 season with a 12-12 league record and 19-20 overall record and Olympic finishes with a 2-22 league record and 6-34 overall record.
  • 5/13 Softball hosts Douglas College makeup LAST HOME GAMES - The Trojans will host the Douglas College Royals on Tuesday, May 13th in the final regular season games and the last home league games of the 2014 season. The first game of the double header will start at 2:00pm, with the second to follow about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. There will be a free BBQ at the games and we will also be recognizing and thanking the 2014 Sophomores for their contributions the past two seasons. Admission is free to all!
  • 5/12 Softball at Olympic College makeup - At 1:00pm, the Trojans and Rangers will finally play their league double header in Bremerton, WA. Due to the weather, it has been rained out on mulitple dates. Directions to the games are under the directions link to the right.
  • **5/10 Softball last home games v Douglas rained out - The Trojan Softball's last regular season league double header that was to take place on Saturday, May 10th was rained out. The makeup date will be on Tuesday, May13th at the Everett Boys & Girls Club.
  • **5/8 Softball makeup @ Olympic rained out - The makeup league double header between the Trojans and the Rangers of Olympic College that was to take place in Bremerton, WA on Thursday, May 8th has been rained out. The new makeup date will be Monday, May 12th in Bremerton starting at 1:00pm. Directions to the games are under the directions link to the right.
  • NWAACC 4th Baseball & Softball Coaches Polls 5/7 - The fourth Coaches Polls of the 2013-14 Baseball & Softball seasons was released by the NWAACC on Wednesday, May 7th. The top two spots on both polls remained the same and the previous 4th spot on each moved up to the third spot - Baseball: Tacoma CC #1; Edmonds CC #2; Bellevue College #3 & Softball: Mt. Hood CC #1; Clackamas CC #2; Wenatchee Valley College #3.
    5/7/14 - NR = Not Ranked          
      Baseball Record
    League; Overall
    Prev.
    Rank
        Softball Record
    League; Overall
    Pev.
    Rank
    1 Tacoma CC 19-2; 34-3 1   1 Mt. Hood CC 16-2; 34-2 1
    2 Edmonds CC 16-4; 28-6 2   2 Clackamas CC 15-3; 34-4 2
    3 Bellevue College 17-3; 22-16 4   3 Wenatchee Valley College 23-3; 30-5 4
    4 Pierce College 19-2; 24-10 7   4 Douglas College 15-3; 22-6 5
    5 Treasure Valley CC 20-5; 29-8 5   5 CC's of Spokane 22-4; 28-12 6
    6 Clark College 17-7; 27-11 NR   6 Southwestern Oregon CC 9-9; 26-15 3
    7 Walla Walla CC 17-8; 26-9 3   7 Bellevue College 14-4; 25-13 7
    8 Lower Columbia College 13-8; 26-13 6   8 Treasure Valley CC 17-9; 27-15 8
      Others: Yakima Valley CC, Lane CC
     
          Others: Chemeketa CC, Centralia College,
    Lower Columbia College
  • 5/10 & 5/11 Baseball plays Olympic College - The final regular season four game league series of the 2014 season will take place on Saturday & Sunday, May 10th & 11th and will pitt the Trojans vs the Rangers of Olympic College. On Saturday, the Trojans will travel to the Bremerton, WA and on Sunday, the Trojans will host the Rangers at the Everett Memorial Stadium. Both days are double headers and have the first game on starting at 1:00pm. The second game each day will begin about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to OC are under the directions link to the right. Parking and Entrance to Everett Memorial Stadium is from the south parking lot, turn into it by the Stadium Espresso Stand on Broadway. Admission to Sunday's game is $5.00 per person, 12 years and older. EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty are free upon showing current EvCC ID at the Entry Table. If you can't make it to the games, you can listen online to both days - click on the Listen Live to Trojan Athletics to the right and follow the directions.
  • 5/10 Softball v Douglas w/BBQ - Saturday, May 10th will have the Trojan Softball Team hosting the Royals of Douglas College in the final league double header of the regular season for the 2014 season. The games will be played at the Everett Boys & Girls Club and admission is free to all. The first game will start at 1:00pm with the second game following about 30 minutes after the end of the first. Along with this being the last regular season games, the Trojan Coaching Staff and freshmen will be acknowledging and thanking the sophomores on the team. There will also be a free BBQ at the games for all fans to enjoy.
  • 5/10 Track & Field @ K. Shannon Invite - The Men's & Women's Track & Field Teams will be in Seattle, WA on the campus of University of Washington to participate in the 2014 Ken Shannon Invitational on Saturday, May 10th. The meet will start at 9:00am.
  • Softball splits with Bellevue College 5/3 - The Bulldogs of Bellevue College were at the Everett Boys & Girls Club on Saturday, May 3rd to take on the Trojans in a league double header. The first game started at 1:00pm and the Bulldogs got on the board first with one run in the 1st and another run in the second. The Trojans responded in the 3rd with three runs to lead 3-2. However, in the 4th, the Bulldogs scored five and in the 6th they added four more. The Trojans were unable to answer and Bellevue won the game 11-3. Brielle Bray was the winning pitcher for Bellevue and Alisa Ortega was the losing pitcher for Everett. Everett had 3 runs, 7 hits and 1 error and Bellevue had 11 runs, 13 hits and 1 error. Minna Ward had a double and an RBI; Kaylin Mallery and Kayla Brissey each had an RBI. In the second game that started about 3:45pm, the Trojans jumped quick and scored five in the bottom of the 1st. Bellevue was able to get four in the 3rd, but still trailed 5-4 after three. Bottom of the 4th, Everett added one to make it 6-4. Top of the 5th, Bellevue was able to get one run, but in the bottom, Everett scored three more to make it 9-5 after five innings. The Bulldogs did score in the 6th, but it was only two runs and not enough to get by the Trojans who won the game 9-7. Sydney Dixon was the winning pitcher and Alisa Ortega got the save for Everett and Brooke Bonsen was Bellevue's losing pitcher. Everett had 9 runs, 9 hits, 1 error and Bellevue had 7 runs, 9 hits, and 2 errors. Minna Ward had a double and an RBI; Daisy Salgado had a triple and 4 RBI's; Kaylin Mallery, Kayla Brissey, Dani Norsby and Olivia Juarez each had an RBI; Jesse Printz had a stolen base. Everett's league record is 7-7 and overall is 13-19. Bellevue's league record is 12-4 and overall is 23-13
  • Baseball lose two vs Skagit Valley 5/3 - The Trojan Baseball Team hosted the Cardinals of Skagit Valley College in a league double header on Saturday, May 3rd at Everett Memorial Stadium. The first game began at 11:00am. In the top of the third Skagit scored their first two runs and Everett answered in the bottom of the inning with one run. Skagit added to their score with one run in the 4th and one in the 5th while Everett only was able to add one run in the 6th, so Skagit won 4-2. Tyler Howlett was the winning pitcher for the Cardinals and Michael Wood was the losing pitcher for the Trojans. Everett had 2 runs, 8 hits, 4 errors and Skagit Valley had 4 runs, 7 hits and 0 errors. Wade Curtis had a double and an RBI and Kevin Whatley had a double. The second game started about a half hour later and in this game, the Cardinals scored quickly in the 1st inning with one run. The Trojans answered that and went ahead by scoring three in the bottom of the 1st to lead 3-1. That remained the score until the Cardinals added onto their score in the 5th with four runs and another one in the 8th to take the lead 6-3. Going into the bottom of the 9th, the Trojans had many opportunities to tie it up but were only able to score one run. Skagit Valley won 6-4. Javier Villenueva was Skagit's winning pitcher while Kyler Howell got the save. Alex Koeplin was the losing pitcher for Everett. Kyle Nobach had a double, 2 RBI's and a stolen base. Alex Keen had an RBI. Everett is now 7-11 in league 14-19 overall and Skagit is 8-10 in league and 13-19 overall
  • 5/8 Softball make up @ Olympic - Olympic College will host the league double header make up on Thursday, May 8th in Bremerton, WA against the Trojan Softball Team. This is the makeup from the games that were rained out on April 24th. The first game starts at 1:00pm, followed by the second game about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to the game are under the directions link to the right.
  • **5/4 Baseball @ Skagit rained out (moved to 5/5) - Due to the weather and the Dream Field on Skagit Valley College's campus being unplayable on Sunday, May 4th, the league double header between the Trojans and the Cardinals has been rained out. The makeup will be tomorrow, Monday, May 5th in Mt. Vernon, WA. The first game will start at 4:00pm. Directions to the games are under the directions link to the right.
  • 5/6 Softball hosts Olympic - The Softball Team will host the league double header vs Olympic College on Tuesday, May 6th at the Everett Boys & Girls Club. The first game will start at 2:00pm with the second to follow about 30 minutes after the end of the first. Admission is free to all.
  • **5/3 & 5/4 Baseball locations swapped - Due to the weather and Skagit's Dream Field being unplayable, the games for Saturday May 3rd and Sunday May 4th have been flip flopped. So, Saturday the league double header will be at the Everett Memorial Stadium and will start at 11:00am, and Sunday's double header will be played in Mt. Vernon at the Dream Field and will start at 1:00pm. Don't forget, if you can't make it to the games yourself, you can still listen to them live online! Click on the link to the right Listen Live to Trojan Athletics and follow the directions. See you at the field!
  • Softball lose two at Douglas 5/1 - The makeup league double header in New Westminster, BC between the Trojans and the Royals of Douglas College took place on Thursday, May 1st.  Both game only went 5 innings due to the 8 run rule (if a team is ahead by 8 or more runs at the end of the 5th inning, then the game will be ended). In the first game, the Trojans were unable to score and allowed the Royals to score eight runs. Tori Belton was the winning pitcher for Douglas and Alisa Ortega was Everett's losing pitcher. Douglas scored three runs in the 4th and five in the 5th to win 8-0. Everett had 0 runs, 4 hits and 4 errors while Douglas had 8 runs, 7 hits, and 3 errors.  Minna Ward had a stolen base. In the second game, Everett scored their one run in the 4th inning, while Douglas scored two in the 2nd, one in the 3rd and 9 in the 4th to win the game 12-1. The Royals winning pitcher was Morganne Blattman and the Trojans losing pitcher was Sydney Dixon. Everett had 1 run, 2 hits, and 5 errors and Douglas had 12 runs, 12 hits and 4 errors. Minna Ward had an RBI. Everett is now 6-6 in league and 12-18 overall. Douglas is 13-1 in league (1st place) and 20-4 overall.
  • 5/3 Softball hosts Bellevue - The Trojans will face the Bellevue College Bulldogs on Saturday, May 3rd in a league double header. The games will be played at the Everett Boys & Girls Club and the first game starts at 1:00pm. The second game will start about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. Admission is free to all!
  • 5/3 & 5/4 Baseball plays Skagit Valley - The four game league series on Saturday & Sunday, May 2nd & 3rd will pitt the Trojans vs the Cardinals of Skagit Valley College. On Saturday, the Trojans will travel to the Dream Field on the campus of SVC in Mt. Vernon, WA and on Sunday, the Trojans will host the Cardinals at the Everett Memorial Stadium. Both days are double headers and have the first game on Saturday will start at 11:00am and Sunday will start at 1:00pm. The second game each day will begin about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to SVC are under the directions link to the right. Parking and Entrance to Everett Memorial Stadium is from the south parking lot, turn into it by the Stadium Espresso Stand on Broadway. Admission to Sunday's game is $5.00 per person, 12 years and older. EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty are free upon showing current EvCC ID at the Entry Table. If you can't make it to the games, you can listen online to both days - click on the Listen Live to Trojan Athletics to the right and follow the directions.
  • 5/2-5/3 Track & Field in Forest Grove, OR - The Pacific Twilight Meet will be held in Forest Grove, OR on Friday May 2nd and Saturday May 3rd. The Trojan Men's & Women's Track & Field Teams will be there to participate. Friday's start time is 4:00pm and Saturday's is 10:00am. The Meet is hosted by Pacific University and will be held at Lincoln Park Stadium. The University is located at 2043 College Way, Forest Grove, Oregon 97116.
  • 5/1 Softball @ Douglas - The Trojans travel to New Westminster, BC in Canada to play a makeup league double header with the Royals of Douglas College on Thursday, May 1st. The makeup is due to the original games being rained out on April 19th. The first game will start at 1:00pm with the second game to follow about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to Douglas College can be found under the directions link to the right.
  • 4/29 Softball @ Skagit Valley - The Cardinals of Skagit Valley College will host the Trojan Softball Team in a league double header on Tuesday, April 29th. The games will be played in Mt. Vernon, WA and the first game will begin at 2:00pm. The second game will start about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. Directions to SVC are under the directions link to the right.
  • **4/24 Softball @ Olympic rained out - The Trojan Softball Team was to be in Bremerton, WA today to play a makeup league double header with the Rangers of Olympic College. However, due to the rain, the makeup games have been postponed until Thursday, May 8th with a start time of 1:00pm. Directions to OC are under the directions link to the right.
  • 4/28 Softball @ Bellevue - There will be a single league softball game between the Trojans and the Bulldogs of Bellevue College. This game is a makeup from the double header match that started on April 8th, but due to the weather had to be postponed. The Trojans will go back to Bellevue, WA to play the game and it will start at 2:00pm. Directions to Bellevue College are under the directions link to the right.
  • 4/26 & 4/27 Baseball plays Edmonds CC - The series between the Trojans and the Edmonds CC Tritons will take place Saturday & Sunday, April 26th & 27th.  The Trojans will host the Tritons on Saturday at Everett Memorial Stadium and on Sunday the Tritons will host the Trojans at the field on their campus. Both days will feature a double header that counts towards their league records and both days will start at 1:00pm. The second games on each day will start about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. For Saturday - the entrance and parking will be from the south side of the stadium (turn into parking lot at the Stadium Espresso Stand on Broadway) and admission is $5.00 per person 12 years and older. EvCC Students-Staff-Faculty are free with current EvCC ID presented at the entry table. For Sunday - directions to Edmonds CC is under the directions link to the right. If you can't make it to the games, you can listen online to both days - click on the Listen Live to Trojan Athletics to the right and follow the directions.
  • 4/26 Softball @ Edmonds - The Trojans and the Tritons of Edmonds CC will play a league softball double header on Saturday, April 26th. The first game will start at 12:00pm with the second game to start about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to Edmonds CC is under the directions link to the right.
  • 4/26 Track & Field @ WWU - The Men's & Women's Track & Field Teams will be in Bellingham, WA to participate in the 2014 Ralph Vernacchia/Twilight Meet hosted by Western Washington University. The meet should start around 10am and will be held at Civic Field on Saturday, April 26th.
  • 3rd NWAAACC Coaches Polls for Baseball & Softball 4/23 - On April 23rd, the NWAACC released the third Coaches Polls for the 2014 Baseball & Softball seasons. The top four spots on the Softball poll didn't change, with the 5th & 6th spots switching places and the 8th spot being held by a team that was not on the previous poll. On the Baseball poll, the top two spots stayed the same, and some movement amongst the other 6 spots, with 7th & 8th spots getting new comers to the poll.
    4/23/14 - NR = Not Ranked          
      Baseball Record
    League; Overall
    Prev.
    Rank
        Softball Record
    League; Overall
    Pev.
    Rank
    1 Tacoma CC 12-0; 27-1 1   1 Mt. Hood CC 8-0; 26-0 1
    2 Edmonds CC 14-2; 26-4 2   2 Clackamas CC 8-0; 27-1 2
    3 Walla Walla CC 11-4; 20-5 8   3 Southwestern Oregon CC 2-4; 19-10 3
    4 Bellevue College 11-1; 16-14 5   4 Wenatchee Valley College 15-3; 22-5 4
    5 Treasure Valley CC 11-5; 20-8 3   5 Douglas College 7-1; 14-4 6
    6 Lower Columbia College 10-2; 23-7 4   6 CC's of Spokane 15-3; 21-11 5
    7 Pierce College 11-1; 16-9 NR   7 Bellevue College 6-3; 13-10 7
    8 Lane CC 10-5; 18-10 NR   8 Treasure Valley CC 12-6; 22-10 NR
      Others: Clark College, Columbia Basin College
    Southwestern Oregon CC
          Others: Olympic College,
    Lower Columbia College
  • **4/22 Softball @ Bellevue rained out - The single make up game that was to be held at Bellevue College on Tuesday, April 22nd, has been postponed due to the weather. The new make up date is scheduled for Monday, April 28th.
  • Baseball lose 3 out of 4 with Bellevue 4/18 & 4/20 - The four league game series with Bellevue College took place on Friday, April 18th and Sunday, April 20th. The first two games were at Bellevue College on Friday and started at 1:00pm. In the first game, the Bulldogs got onto the board first with one run in the second; the Trojans responed in the top of the 3rd with one run and the score was 1-1 until the bottom of the 5th when Bellevue scored the last run of the game to win 2-1. Nick Kiel for Bellevue was the winning pitcher while Everett's Alex Koeplin was the losing pitcher. Everett had 1 run, 6 hits, and 1 error to Bellevue's 2 runs, 7 hits and 3 errors. The second game was scoreless until the 4th inning when Everett scored two in the top of the inning and Bellevue responded in the bottom with one run. In the top of the 5th, Everett added one more run to end the scoring of the game to win 3-1. Brad Monson was the winning pitcher with Ben Tamm getting the save for Everett and Zander Clouse was the losing pitcher for Bellevue. Everett had 3 runs, 7 hits and 0 errors and Bellevue had 1 run, 7 hits, and 4 errors. John Naff had a double and an RBI and Tanner Braun had an RBI. Games three & four of this series were played on Easter Sunday at Everett Memorial Stadium. The first game of the day began at 3:00pm and had a 0-0 score until the top of the 6th inning when the Bulldogs were able to get a run in. At the end of 7 innings, that run for the Bulldogs was the only run and the winning run for Bellevue to win 1-0. Brandon Mahovlich was the winning pitcher and the save went to Cody Culp for Bellevue. Everett's Michael Wood was the losing pitcher. Everett had 0 runs, 2 hits and 1 error and Bellevue had 1 run, 4 hits and 0 errors. The second game of the day was scoreless until the 4th inning. At the top of the inning, the Bulldogs were able to get three runs across home plate, with the Trojans getting one of their own in the bottom of the 4th. In the 5th, the Bulldogs added another run to make it 4-1 and at the end of 9 innings, that was still the score and the win went to Bellevue. Jeff Wyner pitched a complete game for the Bulldogs and was the winning pitcher while Tanner Braun for the Trojans was the losing pitcher. Everett had 1 run, 9 hits, and 5 errors to Bellevue's 4 runs, 7 hits and 0 errors. Anthony Blackie had a double and RBI. Everett is 5-7 in league and 12-15 overall while Bellevue is 11-1 in league and 16-14 overall.
  • Men's Basketball Soph. David Ware signs NLOI 4/18 - Trojan Men's Basketball Sophomore David Ware signed his National Letter of Intent today to play next season at Chaminade University in Honolulu, Hawaii. The starting point guard from Silverado High School in Las Vegas, Nevada is a 2.4 student that played in all 28 games this season. He was named to the Northern Region All-Star 1st Team and was the Northern Region Defensive Player of the Year for the 2013-14 season. David participated on the 2014 Northern Region Team at NWAACC Sophomore All-Star Event on March 9th. He lead the whole NWAACC Conference in Assists (240 assists in 28 games = 8.57 assist per game) and Steals (88 steals in 28 games = 3.14 steals per game) in 2013-14. He had the 4th highest averaged points per game on the team with 15.10, scoring 422 points in the season. Shot 37.3% Field goals; 31.7% 3-pointers and 63.1% in Free Throws. He had 202 rebound with 7.21 per game, 2nd highest on the team along with 6 blocks. He was the MVP at the 2013 Clackamas CC Holiday Tournament in December 2013, Men's Basketball Co-Player of the Week Feb. 17, 2014, and Men's Basketball Player of the Week nominee Feb. 24, 2014 & Dec. 23, 2013.
  • **4/20 Baseball games are on - The league double header between Everett CC & Bellevue College is scheduled for today and it will start at 3:00pm at the Everett Memorial Stadium. The second game will start about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Parking and entrance will be from the south parking lot, turn into lot at the Stadium Espresso Stand on Broadway. Admission is $5.00 per person 12 years and older. EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty are free with current EvCC ID presented at the entry table.
  • **4/19 Softball at Douglas rained out - The league double header that was to take place on Saturday, April 19th, in New Westminster, BC - Canada between the Trojans and the Royals of Douglas College has been postponed due to the weather. The games have been moved to Thursday, May 1st and will start at 1:00pm with the second game starting about 30 minutes after the end of the first game.
  • **4/18 Softball rained out at Olympic - The league double header that was to take place on Friday, April 18th, in Bremerton, WA between the Trojans and the Rangers of Olympic College has been postponed due to the weather. The games have been moved to Thursday, April 24th and will start at 2:00pm with the second game starting about 30 minutes after the end of the first game.
  • **4/20 Baseball vs Bellevue possible move to 4/19 - Right now, the plan for the league double header that Everett is to host against Bellevue College is to move the games from Sunday, April 20th to Saturday, April 19th. If the weather holds, and if the field is playable, the Trojans and Bulldogs will play at Everett Memorial Stadium starting at 4:00pm. The second game would start about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. If the weather is rainy and/or the field unplayable, the next plan is to play the games as scheduled on Sunday, April 20th starting at 1:00pm at Everett Memorial Stadium. Worse case scenario, would be that the games would have to be moved to at Bellevue College on Sunday, April 20th if Everett Memorial Stadium not being playable. Stay tuned for further updates as they become known.
  • **4/19 Baseball @ Bellevue moved to 4/18 - Due to the weather on Saturday, April 19th expected to be very rainy, Bellevue College has requested that the league double header that they were to host on Saturday being moved up to Friday, April 18th. So, the Trojan Baseball Team will be in Bellevue, WA on the campus of Bellevue College to play the Bulldogs. The first game will start at 2:00pm and the second game will start about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to BC are under the directions link to the right.
  • 4/22 Softball back to Bellevue - On Tuesday, April 22nd, the Trojan Softball Team will travel back to Bellevue College in Bellevue, WA to play the second game of the league double header that got rained out on April 8th. The single game will start at 4:00pm. Directions to the game is under the directions link to the right.
  • Softball takes two from Skagit Valley 4/15 - Tuesday, April 15th, had the Cardinal Softball Team from Skagit Valley College in town to play a league double header make up. The original date for this game was Saturday, April 5th, but due to the weather, it had to be postponed. The first game started at 2:00pm and Everett not only got on the scoreboard first with three runs in the bottom of the 1st inning, but they were the only team to get on the scoreboard. The Trojans also scored two in the 2nd, two in the 5th and one in the 6th to shut out the Cardinals 8-0 in 6 innings due to the run rule limit. Alisa Ortega was the winning pitcher for the Trojans and Holly Hawkins was the losing pitcher for the Cardinals. Everett had 8 runs, 13 hits and 1 error to Skagit's 0 runs, 5 hits, and 2 errors. Minna Ward had a double and 3 RBI's; Savanah Hallam had a home run and an RBI; Kayla Brissey had an RBI and Jesse Printz had 2 RBI's. The second game began and it took til the 3rd inning before either team scored and in the 3rd, Everett scored seven runs. In the top of the 4th, Skagit scored their only run of the game while in the bottom of the 4th, Everett added on four more runs to win the game 11-1 in 5 innings. They only played 5 innings due to the run rule. Sydney Dixon was Everett's winning pitcher and Brie Lopez was Skagit's losing pitcher. Everett had 11 runs, 11 hits, 0 errors and Skagit had 1 run, 2 hits, and 3 errors. Minna Ward had a double, a home run and 4 RBI's; Kalinda Kosters had a triple and 2 RBI's; Kaylin Mallery had a home run and 3 RBI's; Dani Norsby had one RBI. Everett is 4-1 in league and 10-13 overall. Skagit is 0-5 in league and 8-18 overall.
  • 4/19 & 4/20 Baseball @/v Bellevue College - The Trojan Baseball Team will play two league double headers with the Bulldogs of Bellevue College this upcoming weekend, Sat & Sun, April 19th & 20th. Saturday, has the Trojans traveling to the campus of Bellevue College for the first two games of the four. Sunday, at Everett Memorial Stadium, the Trojans will host the Bulldogs for the second set of games. Both days will start at 1:00pm, with the second game on each day starting about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. Directions to BC are under the directions link to the right. Admission to Everett Memorial Stadium will be from the south entrance/parking lot - turn into parking lot next to the Stadium Espresso Stand on Broadway. Entry is $5.00 per person, 12 years old and up or Free for EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty with current EvCC ID presented at entry table. If you can't make it to the games, you can listen online to both days - click on the Listen Live to Trojan Athletics to the right and follow the directions.
  • 4/19 Softball @ Douglas College - On Saturday, April 19th, the Trojan Softball Team will travel to New Westminster, BC in Canada to play the Royals of Douglas College in a league double header. The first game is set to start at 1:00pm with the second game beginning about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to the games can be found under the directions link to the right.
  • 4/18 Softball @ Olympic College - The Trojan Softball Team travels to Bremerton, WA on Friday, April 18th to play a league double header against the Rangers of Olympic College. The first game will start at 2:00pm with the second to follow about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to OC are under the directions link to the right.
  • Softball goes 1-2 at Crossover Tournament 4/12-4/13 - The Trojan Softball Team participated in the 2014 NWAACC Crossover Tournament on April 12th & 13th that was hosted by Skagit Valley College in Mt. Vernon, WA. They played three games in the tournament, two on Saturday and one on Sunday; Saturday -1:00pm vs Grays Harbor College & 3:00pm vs Yakima Valley CC; Sunday - 12:00pm vs Lower Columbia College. All three games are non-league games.
    • The game vs Grays Harbor College started at 1pm on Saturday and only went 5 innings due to the run rule. Everett won the game 14-7. Sydney Dixon was the winning pitcher for the Trojans and Jenny Benn was the Chokers losing pitcher. Everett had 14 runs, 14 hits, and 1 error and Grays Harbor had 7 runs, 11 hits, and 1 error. Kaylin Mallery had a double and 4 RBI's; Kayla Brissey had a double and an RBI; Minna Ward had a triple and 2 RBI's; Daisy Salgado had 2 RBIs; Savanah Hallam and Shelby Merk each had a stolen base and an RBI; Dani Nosby had an RBI. Everett is now 8-11 overall and Grays Harbor is 2-9 overall.
    • The 3pm game vs Yakima Valley CC went 7 innings and at the end of it the Yaks won the game 7-1. The Trojans did get on the board first with their run in the 5th, but the Yaks responded with two in the 6th and 5 in the 7th. Kayla Reynolds was the Yaks winning pitcher and Jesse Printz was the losing pitcher for the Trojans. Everett had 1 run, 7 hits, and 2 errors while Yakima had 7 runs, 13 hits, and 2 errors. Savanah Hallam had a double. Everett is now 8-12 overall and Yakima Valley is 12-10 overall.
    • At 12pm on Sunday, the Trojans faced the Red Devils of Lower Columbia College. The Trojans scored first with one run in the 1st and added one in the 2nd, while the Red Devils tied it in the top of the 3rd at 2-2, and the Trojans answered with two in the bottom of the 3rd to lead 4-2. In the top of the 4th, LCC added two so it was 4-4 going into the bottom of the 4th when Everett responded with one run to have the lead 5-4. The Red Devils scored three in the 5th and the Trojans were unable to answer and lost the game 7-5. Red Devil Sonny Dorhofer was the winning pitcher and Trojan Sydney Dixon was the losing pitcher. Everett had 5 runs, 8 hits, and 1 error while Lower Columbia had 7 runs, 9 hits, and 1 error. Savanah Hallam had a double; Kayla Brissey had a home run and an RBI; Shelby Merk had 2 RBI's; Olivia Juarez had an RBI. Everett is now 8-13 overall and Lower Columbia is 16-6 overall.
  • Softball beats Chemeketa 4/11 - The Storm from Chemeketa Community College was in Everett on Friday, April 11th to play a non-league game against the Trojans. The game started at 4pm, and the Storm did quick work getting on the board with five runs in the 1st inning. The Trojans answered in the bottom of the 1st with six runs, four off of a grand slam home run by Kayla Brissey. In the 2nd, the Storm scored two more runs and added three more in the 3rd to take the lead 10-6. The Trojans decreased their lead by adding two runs to their score in the 5th and then tied the game with two more runs in the 6th at 10-10. In the bottom of the 7th with two outs, the Trojans had a runner on third and the batter was able to get a ground ball out of the infield past the shortstop to send in the winning run, Trojans won 11-10. Jesse Printz was the winning pitcher for the Trojans and Jessica Hotaling was the losing pitcher for the Storm. Everett had 11 runs, 9 hits and 5 errors and Chemeketa had 10 runs, 10 hits and 3 errors. Kayla Brissey had a home run and four RBI's; Savanah Hallam had two RBI's; Dani Norsby and Jesse Printz each had an RBI; Minna Ward and Daisy Salgado each had two stolen bases; and Shelby Merk and Kalinda Kosters each had a stolen base. Everett is 2-1 in league and 7-11 overall. Chemeketa is 2-4 in league and 12-10 overall.
  • 2nd NWAACC Baseball/Softball Coaches Polls 4/10 - Thursday, April 10th was the release date for the second NWAACC Coaches Polls for the 2014 Baseball & Softball seasons. Tacoma CC takes over the top spot from Edmonds CC on the baseball poll and Mt. Hood CC keeps the top spot on the softball poll.
    4/10/14          
      Baseball Record
    League; Overall
    Prev.
    Rank
        Softball Record
    League; Overall
    Pev.
    Rank
    1 Tacoma CC 6-0; 21-1 2   1 Mt. Hood CC 6-0; 21-1 1
    2 Edmonds CC 7-1; 19-3 1   2 Clackamas CC 6-0; 20-0 2
    3 Treasure Valley CC 8-2; 17-5 7   3 Southwestern Oregon CC 2-4; 17-9 4
    4 Lower Columbia College 5-1; 18-6 4   4 Wenatchee Valley College 12-2; 18-3 3
    5 Bellevue College 8-0; 13-13 NR   5 CC's of Spokane 12-2; 15-9 6
    6 Columbia Basin College 7-3; 16-4 6   6 Douglas College 6-0; 11-1 NR
    7 Clark College 5-3; 15-7 5   7 Bellevue College 4-1; 13-8 5
    8 Walla Walla CC 6-4; 15-5 3   8 Lower Columbia College 2-4; 13-9 7 tie
      Others: CC's of Spokane, Pierce College
    Southwestern Oregon CC, Lane CC,
          Others: Chemeketa CC, Walla Walla CC
    Treasure Valley CC
     
  • Softball loses 1st game @ Bellevue, 2nd game rained out 4/8 - Tuesday, April 8th had the Trojan Softball Team travel to Bellevue, WA to play a league double header with the Bulldogs of Bellevue College. In the first game, the Bulldogs jumped onto the scoreboard with one run in the 1st and then added nine more in the 2nd before the Trojans were able to score their only runs in the 3rd with two. The Bulldogs added three more in the 3rd and a final one in the 4th to win the game 14-2. The Trojans had 2 runs, 3 hits and 3 errors to Bellevues 14 runs, 7 hits and 0 errors. The second game of this double header was rained out and moved to Tuesday, April 22nd at Bellevue College starting at 2:00pm. Everett is now 2-1 in league and 6-11 overall while Bellevue is 4-1 in league and 13-8 overall.
  • 4/15 Softball Make-up v Skagit Valley - On Tuesday, April 15th, the Cardinals of Skagit Valley College will be in town to play a make-up league double header against the Trojans. The original double header was supposed to be played on Saturday, April 5th, but due to field conditions and the weather, the games had to be postponed. First game will start at 2:00pm at the Everett Boys & Girls Club (2316-12th St.) with the second game to follow about 30 minutes after the end of the first game.
  • 4/12-4/13 Softball at Crossover in Mt. Vernon - The Trojan Softball Team will be in Mt. Vernon on Saturday & Sunday, April 12th & 13th to participate in the 2014 NWAACC Crossover Tournament and Sophomore All-Star Showcase hosted by Skagit Valley College. On Saturday, the Trojans will face the Chokers from Grays Harbor College at 1:00pm on field #4 and at 5:00pm on field #3 they will face the Centralia College Trailblazers. The Sophomore All-Star Showcase will take place at 7:00pm between the West & the North and the East & the South. Sunday, has the Trojans facing the Red Devils of Lower Columbia College at 2:00pm at Mt. Vernon High School. The Tournament will be supporting Breast Cancer Awarness (all teams encouraged to wear lots of pink) by all gate proceeds going to Breast Cancer Awarness along with having a collection box to gather donations for the town/families affected in the Oso Mudslide (all donations will be sent to the American Red Cross, Washington Relief Fund).
  • 4/12 & 4/13 Baseball plays Shoreline CC - This upcoming weekend, April 12th & 13th, the Trojans will play the Shoreline CC Dolphins in league play. There will be a double header on Saturday at the Everett Memorial Stadium and there will be a double header on Sunday at Lower Woodland Park in Seattle, WA. Both days will start at 1:00pm and each day the second game will start about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game.  For Saturday's games, parking and entrance will be from the south parking lot - turn west onto 39th St off of Broadway at the Stadium Espresso Stand. Admission is $5.00 per person, 12 years old and up with EvCC Students-Staff-Faculty being free with current EvCC ID shown at the entry table. Sunday's games will be played in Seattle at Lower Woodland Park on the corner of 50th and Greenlake Way. Directions to Sunday's games can be found under the directions link to the right. If you can't make it to the games, you can listen online to both days - click on the Listen Live to Trojan Athletics to the right and follow the directions.
  • 4/11 Softball hosts Chemeketa CC - Friday, April 11th the Storm from Chemeketa CC will be in town to play the Trojans in a softball non-league double header. The game will be played at the Everett Boys & Girls Club located at 2316-12th St. The game will start at 4:00pm. Admission is free to all.
  • Baseball splits with Douglas 4/7 - Due to the weather, the double header at Douglas College was moved until Monday, April 7th from Saturday, April 5th. In the first game at Whalley Field, Everett had four hits, one error and 1 run while Douglas had 5 hits, 1 error and 2 runs to win 2-1. Royals Shawn Anderson was the winning pitcher and Michael Wood was the losing pitcher for the Trojans. Conner Jackson had a double, Kyle Nobach had a triple and Colby Snider had a RBI and stolen base. The second game had the Trojans a 3-2 lead going into the 9th inning, when they scored four more runs with the Royals unable to answer and so Everett wins 7-2. The winner pitcher for the Trojans was Tanner Braun with the save to Cooper Jansen and the losing pitcher for the Royals was Brandon Chernoff. Everett had 7 runs, 10 hits and 1 error to Douglas's 2 runs, 6 hits, and 9 errors. Conner Jackson had a double, RBI and stolen base, Brad Monson had a double, 2 RBI's and a stolen base; John Naff had an RBI and Kyle Nobach had an RBI and 2 stolen bases. Everett is now 1-3 in league and 8-11 overall and Douglas is 5-3 in league and 4-9 overall.
  • Baseball lose two v Douglas 4/6 - The Trojans hosted the Royals of Douglas College at Skagit Valley College on Sunday, April 6th and in the first game, the game was tied 1-1 until the 6th inning, when the Royals scored 7 runs to take the lead 8-1 and then in the 7th, they scored again while the Trojans were unable to score in the 7th and lose the game 9-1. In the second game, the Trojans were unable to score in the nine innings while the Royals scored one to win 1-0. Everett is 0-2 in league and 7-10 overall and Douglas is 4-2 in league and 3-8 overall.
  • **4/5 Baseball games postponed - Due to the weather in New Westminster, BC the league double header between Everett and Douglas College has been postponed for today. The games will take place on Monday, April 7th in New Westminster instead. The first game will start at 1:00pm with the second to follow about 30 minutes after the completion of the first.
  • **4/5 Softball games postponed - Due to the weather and the field being unplayable, the league softball double header that the Trojans were to host today, Saturday, April 5th, against the Cardinals of Skagit Valley College has been postponed. The new date for the games will be on Tuesday, April 15th at 2:00pm.
  • **4/6 Baseball games location moved - The league baseball double header that Everett CC is to host against Douglas College on Sunday, April 6th has been moved from the Everett Memorial Stadium up to the Dream Field at Skagit Valley College in Mt. Vernon, WA due to the Trojans' field being unplayable. The first game will start at 4:00pm with the second to start 30 minutes after the end of the first. Directions to SVC are under the directions link to the right.
  • 4/8 Softball @ Bellevue - Tuesday, April 8th has the Trojan Softball Team traveling to Bellevue, WA to play a league double header against the Bellevue College Bulldogs. The first game will start at 2:00pm with the second to begin about 30 minutes after the end of the first. Directions to the game are under the directions link to the right.
  • Baseball splits with Pierce 4/1 - The Raiders of Pierce College hosted the Trojan Baseball Team for two non-league games on Tuesday, April 1st. The first game began at 2:30pm and the second at 5:05pm. In the first game, the Trojans scored 4 runs in the the 6th inning to get the win 5-3. Jordan Pullen was the Trojans winning pitcher and Matt Fish was the Raiders losing pitcher. Everett scored four runs in the 6th and one in the 7th while Pierce scored one run in the 2nd and two in the 5th. Everett had 5 runs, 9 hits, 2 errors and Pierce had 3 runs, 5 hits, and 4 errors. Kyle Nobach had a double, 1 RBI and a stolen base; John Naff had a double and an RBI; Corban Duffy, Sam Lee and Joe Morgan each added an RBI; Colby Snider had a stolen base. The second game was different than the first, as Everett only had 3 hits and was unable to score along with 2 errors while Pierce had 10 hits and was able to get 7 runs and only one error. Raider Tyson Erickson was the winning pitcher and Trojan Riley O'Brien was the losing pitcher. Pierce scored one run in the 2nd and 3rd, three runs in the 4th and two in the 6th. Trojan Nathan Baughman had a triple. Everett is 0-0 in league and 7-8 overall and Pierce is 1-1 in league and 6-9 overall.
  • Softball sweeps Edmonds 4/1 - On Tuesday, April 1st, the Tritons of Edmonds CC was in Everett to play the league double header opener of the 2014 season against the Trojans at the Everett Boys & Girls Club. The first game began at 2:00pm. The Trojans won this game 10-2. The second game started about 4:00pm and in this game, going into the bottom of the 7th, the Tritons had the lead 5-3. The Trojans scored one early on in the inning to make it 5-4. Then with runner's on first and second, Triton catcher tried to pick off the runner at second who advanced to third and the runner on first advanced to second on the play. Savanah Hallam, then steps into the batters box and hits a bomb over the center field fence for the three run home run to give Everett the win 7-5. At this time, no other stats have been submitted. Everett is 2-0 in league and 6-10 overall while Edmonds is 0-2 in league and 3-5 overall.
  • 4/5 & 4/6 Baseball plays Douglas College - This upcoming weekend the Trojan Baseball Team will open their 2014 league play by playing two double headers with the Royals of Douglas College. On Saturday, April 5th, the Trojans will travel to New Westminster, BC Canada to play the first double header at Whalley Park. Directions are under the directions link to the right. On Sunday, April 6th, the Royals will be at Everett Memorial Stadium to play the second double header of the series. Admission on Sunday is $5.00 per person 12 years old and up. Current EvCC Students/Staff/Faculty are Free with current EvCC ID. The first game on both days will start at 1:00pm with the second to follow about 30 minutes after the completion of the first. If you can't make it to the games, you can listen online to both days - click on the Listen Live to Trojan Athletics to the right and follow the directions.
  • 4/5 Softball hosts Skagit Valley College - The Cardinals of Skagit Valley College will be in Everett to play a softball league double header against the Trojans. The games will be played at the Everett Boys & Girls Club and the first game starts at 1pm. Admission is free to all.
  • 4/5 Track & Field @ UPS - The Men's & Women's Track & Field Teams will be in Tacoma, WA to participate in the UPS JD Shotwell Invitational Meet, hosted by the University of Puget Sound. The field events will begin at 10am and the track events at 11:15am at Civic Stadium.
  • 4/1 Softball hosts Edmonds CC - The Trojan Softball Team opens up their 2014 league season by hosting Edmonds CC for two league games. The first game starts at 2pm with the second to start about 30 minutes after the completion of the first. Games will be played at Everett Boys & Girls Club located at 2316-12th St. in North Everett. Admission is free to all.
  • 4/1 Baseball @ Pierce College - On Tuesday, April 1st, the Baseball Team will travel to play the Raiders of Pierce College for a non-league double header. The first game starts at 2:00pm with the second game to start about 30 minutes after the completion of the first. Games will be played at Mt. Tahoma High School in Tacoma, WA. Mt. Tahoma HS is located at 4634 S 74th St., Tacoma, WA 98401.
  • NWAACC Coaches Polls - Baseball & Softball 3/26 - The Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges has released the first Coaches Polls for the 2014 seasons for Baseball and Softball. Everett Baseball did receive votes but not enough to make one of the top eight spots. Edmonds CC from the Northern Region tops the Baseball poll and Mt. Hood CC from the Southern Region tops the Softball poll.
      3/26/14          
      Baseball Record
    Overall
        Softball Record
    Overall
    1 Edmonds CC 11-2   1 Mt. Hood CC 14-0
    2 Tacoma CC 11-1   2 Clackamas CC 15-1
    3 Walla Walla CC 9-1   3 Wenatchee Valley College 10-1
    4 Lower Columbia College 12-5   4 Southwestern Oregon CC 15-5
    5 Clark College 10-4   5 Bellevue College 9-6
    6 Columbia Basin College 9-1   6 CC's of Spokane 4-7
    7 Treasure Valley CC 9-3   7 tie Lower Columbia College 9-1
    8 Lane CC 8-5   7 tie Treasure Valley CC 10-4
      Others: EVERETT CC, Big Bend CC,
    Bellevue College, Yakima Valley CC
        Others: Chemeketa CC, Douglas College,
    Big Bend CC, Olympic College
  • Baseball lose at Pierce 3/20 - The Trojans were at Pierce College for a non-league game on Thursday, March 20th in Lakewood, WA against the Raiders. In the top of the 1st, the Trojans scored four runs while in the bottom of the inning, the Raiders got on the board with one run. In the 2nd inning, the Trojans added to their score with two more runs to make it 6-1. In the 3rd, the Raiders scored three to make it 6-4, then they scored one in the 5th an one in the 6th and three more in the 8th to win the game 9-6. Cobi Beal was Pierce's winning pitcher and Cooper Jansen was the losing pitcher for Everett. Everett had 6 runs, 7 hits, 0 errors and Pierce had 9 runs, 11 hits, and 1 error.  John Naff had a triple and 2 RBI's with Alex Keen & Cody Snider each had one RBI.
  • 3/22-3/23 Baseball @ Tacoma CC/Pierce College Spring Invite - The Trojan Baseball Team will participate in the 2014 Spring Invite hosted by Tacoma CC and Pierce College over the 22nd & 23rd of March. On the 22nd, the games will be played at Tacoma CC and the Trojans will face the Titans of Tacoma CC at 10:00am and the Saints of Mt. Hood CC at 1:00pm. On the 23rd, the games will be played at Mt. Tahoma High School and the Trojans will play the Saints of Mt. Hood CC at 1:00pm and the Raiders of Pierce College at 4:00pm. Directions to both sites are under the directions link to the right.
  • 3/21-3/23 Softball @ Inter-Region Tournament - The Softball Team will be in Portland, OR at Delta Park to participate in the Inter-Region Tournament over the weekend of March 21st - 23rd. Their first game is on Friday night against Clackamas CC at 7:00pm.  On Saturday, they will face Southwestern Oregon CC, Mt. Hood CC, and Clark College. Sunday they will face Chemeketa CC and Lower Columbia College.
  • 3/20 Baseball added one game - Due to the recent rainy weather, the Trojans have added a non-league game with the Raiders of Pierce College on Thursday, March 20th at Pierce in Lakewood, WA. Directions to the game are under the directions link on the right.
     
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Everett Community College is a member of the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC), which includes most community colleges in Washington, Oregon, and Canada. Not all schools have all of the same athletics teams.

Bellevue College Clackamas CC Everett CC Linn-Benton CC
Pierce College South Puget Sound CC Umpqua CC Big Bend CC
Clark College Grays Harbor College Lower Coumbia College Portland CC
Southwestern Oregon CC Walla Walla CC Blue Mountain CC Columbia Basin College
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Wenatchee Valley College Centalia College Douglas College Highline CC
Olympic College Shoreline CC Tacoma CC Whatcom CC
Chemeketa CC Edmonds CC Lane CC Peninsula College
Skagit Valley College Treasure Valley CC Yakima Valley CC North Idaho College

NWAACC athletes must have graduated high school or their class must have graduated; be enrolled for at least 12 credits each quarter they participate; complete at least 12 credits the quarter prior to participating; and complete at least 36 credits prior to competing a second year in the same sport. In addition, to participate a second season, athletes must maintain a 2.00 cumulative GPA.

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Intramural activities are offered each quarter and are free and open to all students, staff and faculty with valid EvCC ID, View the Intramural Activities current schedule.

There are NO Intramural Activites on Sundays nor on any day that there is no school.

For more information on Intramural Activities please contact Larry Walker, Athletic Director at 425-388-9328 or Sue Snow, Assistant Athletic DIrector at 425-388-9327.

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