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  • 5/24 NWAC announces Northern Region Teams - Congratulations to the players and coach of the 2017 Baseball and Softball teams as they have been named to:  
    **Trojan Baseball Head Coach Levi Lacey on being named Northern Region Coach of the Year!!
    **Trojan Baseball Curtis Bafus named Northern Region Gold Glove Pitcher
    **Trojan Baseball Northern Region 1st Team All-League Pitchers Curtis Bafus, Dalton Chapman & Ryan Sandifer
    **Trojan Baseball Northern Region 1st Team Peyton Cordova-Smith, Trent Tinglestad, Nic Anderson & Jacob Prater
    **Trojan Baseball Northern Region 2nd Team Jaden Yackley, Daniel Head & Connor Sage
    **Trojan Softball Northern Region 2nd Team Outfielder CJ Shaver
     
  • 5/24 Everett Community College baseball team defined by it's 'grit' by Nick Patterson (Herald Sports) - EVERETT — It’s a sunny and pleasant Friday afternoon at Everett Memorial Stadium, meaning it’s the rare day this spring when the Everett Community College baseball team actually has been able to use its home field.  Yet, despite the ideal baseball conditions, the Trojans are still throwing around their adopted phrase for the season: grit. The players chatter about handing out grit coins when a teammate puts in that little added bit of effort.  Indeed, 2017 has been all about gritting it out for the Trojans, who became baseball vagabonds because of the inordinate amount of rain in the Pacific Northwest this spring. But dealing with adversity has given the team grit, and that quality has Everett in contention for a Northwest Athletic Conference championship. “Grit is a product of your character, and it’s something we’ve developed through the adversity we’ve faced,” sophomore second baseman and team captain Jacob Prater said. “Grit is a perfect word to describe this team as a whole.” Everett is one of eight teams that will slug it out at the NWAC Baseball Championships, which run Thursday through Monday in Longview. The Trojans (33-11) qualified as the champions of the North Region. They face South Region No. 2 Lane (26-19) in the opening round of the double-elimination tournament at 4:35 p.m. Thursday. Everett is considered one of the top contenders to claim the title. The Trojans were runners-up last year, and they’re second in the NWAC’s RPI rankings, behind only Linn-Benton. Yet the Trojans had to overcome Mother Nature to reach this point. The unusually rainy spring turned Everett into a team without a home. The Trojans’ home field at Everett Memorial Stadium was unplayable until the final weekend of the regular season. When Everett practiced, it did so on the turf football field at Everett Memorial. When it had home games scheduled, Everett was forced to travel as far as Bellingham and Olympia to host games. Of the Trojans’ 22 scheduled home games, 20 were played away from home.How did Everett do in those “home” games? In the 20 games the Trojans hosted away from Everett Memorial, they went 18-2. ”It’s been challenging, but they just don’t let that stop them from working hard,” Everett coach Levi Lacey said. “Every day we get here (to Everett Memorial), the field’s gone so we have to go over to the turf. We get in about 1 o’clock after ultimate Frisbee and we have to be out by 3 o’clock by the time high school track starts. So it’s been pretty impressive what they’ve been able to do on the field with the minimal amount of on-field hours that we’ve had. “We’ve had some tough teams, but honestly this team to me has really shown that they’re probably the toughest team we’ve had in my 16 years being here.”  It helps that Everett has perhaps the best pitching staff in the league. The Trojans led the league in ERA during conference play at 2.21, well ahead of second-place Lane (2.56). And Everett has the unusual luxury of having four starting pitchers it can depend on: sophomores Curtis Bafus, Dalton Chapman and Ryan Sandifer, and freshman Alex Spahman. Bafus (6-1, 1.98 ERA), Chapman (6-2, 1.71) and Sandifer (7-1, 2.35) have been particularly strong, with all three being named to the All-North Region team.  "Last year we had one ace, maybe two,” said Chapman, an Alaska native who is back after redshirting last year to get his school credits in line. “But I think this year we have four complete stud aces on the mound who we can rely on in any situation, whether it’s a start or they need to come out of the pen or have to go a complete game, whatever the situation is. I think that’s a huge component and a huge advantage, having four starters just being dudes on the mound.”  But the Trojans aren’t just about pitching, they also can hit. Everett led the league in batting average during conference play at .324. Freshman outfielder Trent Tinglestad (.381), and sophomore first baseman Peyton Cordova-Smith (.376) have led the way for a Trojans lineup that may not possess the most power in the league, but is dangerous from one through nine.  “We’ve hit very well,” said Tinglestad, a graduate of Marysville-Pilchuck High School. “Even when some guys are off, the other guys are on. We’re never off at the same time. Our team is never cold, we always have someone on fire or someone who’s doing well.”  Put it all together and Everett is primed to add to the title it won in 2013.  “I feel that our chances are good,” Lacey said. “I’m not going to say we have to go down and do something out of character. We just have to go and play our game, and if we do, I think we have a chance to make a run at it. We lost in the championship last year, we return a bunch of guys who were there and we brought in some freshmen who have played in good programs coming into Everett, so they’re used to some big games. “I think we have a good shot if we play our game.” (Photo Credits - Kevin Clark / The Herald - Picture #1 - Trent Tinglestad throws from the outfield during practice Friday afternoon at Everett Memorial Stadium in Everett on May 19, 2017. Picture #2 - Peyton Cordova-Smith digs for a ground during practice Friday afternoon at Everett Memorial Stadium in Everett on May 19, 2017.  Picture #3 - Starting pitchers, Dalton Chapman (L-R) Curtis Bafus and Ryan Sandifer along with Alex Spahman (not pictured) helped lead the league in ERA.)
     
  • 5/22 NWAC 2017 Baseball Bracket is set - With the 4 Super Regional Playoffs complete, the bracket for the 2017 NWAC Baseball Championships is set and ready to go on Thursday, May 25th. The tournament is a 5 day event that will take place at David Story Field on the campus of Lower Columbia College in Longview, WA. The games on the 25th are:
    9:35am - Tacoma CC vs Columbia Basin College
    12:35pm - Walla Walla CC vs Linn-Benton CC
    4:35pm - Lane CC vs EVERETT CC
    7:35pm - Mt. Hood CC vs Lower Columbia College
    Tournament website has the following information:  http://www.nwacsports.org/baseball/championship/
    Bracket, Ticket Prices, Broadcasting information, Live Stats information, Host Hotel and Community Service Project information.
     
  • 5/22-5/23 Track & Field at NWAC - The 2017 NWAC Men's & Women's Track & Field Championships will take place at Mount Hood CC in Gresham, OR, hosted by Clackamas CC. This will be a 2 day event with the Women's 10,000 meter run starting the first day, May 22nd off at 10:00am. Directions to MHCC are under the directions link to the right. Admission prices for each day is $8.00 for Adults; $6.00 for Students w/current school ID, Seniors 60+ & Military w/ID; $5.00 for Children 7-12 and Free for Children under 6. The community service project for the 2017 championships has partnered with SnowCap Community Charities, a philanthropic organization created to provide food, clothing, advocacy and other services to those in need. They are asking for donations of canned protein and vegetable items.
     
  • Congratulations Trojan Baseball!! - With their 4 game sweep of the Shoreline Dolphins over May 13th & 14th, the Trojan Baseball Team clinched the 2017 Northern Region Title and they punched their ticket to the 2017 NWAC Baseball Championships at Lower Columbia College in Longview, WA on May 25th - 29th. They sweep with scores of: 9-1, 7-2, 15-0 & 12-9. They finish league with a 19-5 record and an overall record of 33-11.
     
  • Softball finishes 2017 - The Trojan Softball Team finishes the 2017 league season with a record of 11-21 and takes 6th place in the Northern Region. Their overall record was 13-28. Unfortunately, they will not be attending the 2017 NWAC Championships in Spokane, WA on May 19th - 22nd.
     
  • 5/14 Baseball plays at Shoreline - On Sunday, May 14th, the Dolphins of Shoreline CC will host the Trojan Baseball Team for the final league double header of the 2017 season. The games will be played at Meridian Park in Shoreline and the first game will start at 1:00pm with the second game starting approximately 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to the games are under the directions link to the right.
     
  • 5/13 Baseball final league home game - The Trojan Baseball Team will host their final league double header on Saturday, May 13th. The location of these games is not yet determined due to their home field may or may not be playable. The first game with the Dolphins of Shoreline CC will begin at 1:00pm. Check back for location of these games.
     
  • 5/13 Softball plays at Highline College - The Trojan Softball Team will be in Des Moines, WA playing their final league double header of the 2017 season with the Highline College Thunderbirds. The first game will start at 12:00pm, with the second game starting about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to Highline College are under the directions link to the right.
     
  • 5/12 Makeup Softball game at Pierce - Again, the Trojan Softball Team will travel to Lakewood, WA to try to get the rained out makeup game in with the Raiders of Pierce College. The last game on May 4th was also rained out. The single league game will begin at 4:00pm. Directions to the game are under the directions link to the right.
     
  • 5/10 Softball hosts last home game - The Trojan Softball Team will host their final league home games on Tuesday, May 10th with the Tritons of Edmonds CC. The first game will start at 2:00pm with the second game starting about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. Both games will be played at the Everett Boys & Girls Club - 2316-12th St.
     
  • 5/6 Softball travels to Bremerton - On Saturday, May 6th, the Trojan Softball Team will travel to Bremerton, WA to play the Rangers of Olympic College. The first game of the league double header will start at 1:00pm. The games will be played at Lions Field. Directions to the games are under the directions link to the right.
     
  • 5/6 Baseball plays Bellevue - With Everett Memorial Stadium still being unplayable, the Trojan Baseball Team will play the Bellevue College  Bulldogs at Bellevue's home field - Courter Field, and be the home team on the score board on Saturday, May 6th. The first game of the league double header will start at 1:00pm. The second game will start about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to Bellevue College are under the directions link to the right.
     
  • 5/6 Track & Field at UW - The Men's & Women's Track & Field Teams will be in Seattle, WA to participate in the Ken Shannon Invite hosted by the University of Washington. The first events start at 10am at Husky Stadium on Saturday, May 6th.
     
  • RAINED OUT - 5/4 Softball make up at Pierce - The Trojan Softball Team will make the trip back down to Lakewood, WA to play a makeup league game with the Raiders of Pierce College. The single game will be on Thursday, May 4th and will start at 4:30pm. Directions to the game are under the directions link to the right.
     
  • 5/2 Softball hosts Shoreline - Tuesday, May 2nd, has the Trojan Softball Team hosting two league games with the Dolphins of Shoreline CC. Both games will be played at the Everett Boys & Girls Club - 2316-12th St. Game 1 will start at 2:00pm with Game 2 starting about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. Admission is free to all!
     
  • 4/30 Baseball hosts Edmonds CC - Trojan Baseball will host the second double header of the series with Edmonds CC on Sunday, April 30th. Due to Everett's home field not being playable due to all of the rain that has fallen this spring, these games will be played at the Dream Field at Skagit Valley College in Mount Vernon, WA. The first game will start at 1:00pm with the second game starting approximately 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Directions to Skagit Valley College are under the directions link to the right.  
     
  • 4/29 Baseball at Edmonds CC - Edmonds CC Tritons will host the Trojan Baseball Team in a league double header on Saturday, April 29th at their field on their campus. The first game starts at 1:00pm with the second starting about 30 minutes after the completion of the first game. Directions to EdCC are under the directions link to the right. They charge a $5.00 admission at the entry gate. Be careful of where you park due to foul balls landing in the parking lots!
     
  • 4/29 Softball make up vs Douglas - The league softball games between the Trojans and the Royals of Douglas College were rained out on 4/26 and have rescheduled for Saturday, April 29th. The first game will start at 12:00pm, followed by the second about 30 minutes after the completion of the first. Both games will be played at the Everett Boys & Girls Club - 2316-12th St. Admission is free for all.
     
  • 4/29 Track & Field at WWU - The Men's & Women's Track & Field Teams will be in Bellingham, WA on Saturday, April 29th participating in the Ralph Vernacchia Invitational hosted by Western Washington University. The meet will be held at Civic Stadium - located at Civic Field Way & Orleans Street, Bellingham, WA  98229. The meet is set to begin at 10:00am.
     
  • 4/28 Softball at Bellevue College - Friday, April 28th, the Trojan Softball Team will be at Bellevue College in Bellevue, WA to play the Bulldogs in a league double header. The first game will start at 2:00pm, with the second game starting approximately 30 minutes after the finish of the first game. Directions to Bellevue College are under the directions link to the right.
     
  • RAINED OUT!! 4/26 Softball hosts Douglas College - On Wednesday, April 26th, the Trojan Softball Team hosts the Douglas College Royals. The first game of the league double header will start at 2:00pm. The second game will begin about 30 minutes after the first game ends. Both games will be played at the Everett Boys & Girls Club - 2316-12th St. Admission is free to all!
     
  • 4/22 Baseball travels to Bremerton - The Trojan Baseball Team will be traveling to Olympic College on Saturday, April 22nd. The first game will start at 1:00pm with the second game starting about 30 mins. after the first game ends. Directions to the games are under the directions link to the right.
     
  • 4/21 Baseball hosts Olympic College - On Friday, April 21st, the Trojan Baseball Team will host the Rangers of Olympic College in league play. With our home field is unplayable as of right now, these games will take place at the RAC (Regional Athletic Complex) in Olympia, WA. The first game will start at 10:00am with the second starting about 30 minutes after the first one ends. The RAC is located at 8345 Steilacoom Road SE, Olympia, WA. Admission is free to all.
     
  • 4/18 Softball hosts Pierce College - The league double header between the Trojan Softball Team and the Pierce College Raiders will take place on Tuesday, April 18th. The first game starts at 2:00pm with the second game starting about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. Both games will be played at the Everett Boys & Girls Club - 2316-12th St. Admission is free to all.
     
  • 4/15 Softball plays in Mt. Vernon - Saturday, April 15th has the Trojan Softball Team traveling to Mount Vernon, WA to play a league double header with the Cardinals of Skagit Valley College. The first game will start at 12:00pm, and the second game will start approximately 30 minutes after the first game ends. Directions to Skagit Valley College are under the directions link to the right.
     
  • 4/14 Softball hosts Highline College - The Thunderbirds of Highline College will be at the Everett Boys & Girls Club on Friday, April 14th to play the Trojans in league softball games. The first game of the double header will start at 2:00pm. The second game will start about 30 minutes after the end of the first game. There is free admission to all and the games will be played at 2316-12th St.
     
  • 4/14 Baseball host non-league games - The Trojan Baseball Team will host the Pacific University JV Boxers in non-league games on Friday, April 14th. The first game of the double header starts at 10:00am with the second one following about 30 minutes after the first one ends. The games will be played at Joe Martin Stadium in Bellingham, WA, located at Civic Field Way & Orleans Street. Free admission to all.
     
  • 4/11 Baseball to finish at Skagit Valley - The first game of the league double header at Skagit Valley College on Saturday, April 8th was rained out in the 6th inning. They will finish the first game and play the second game on Tuesday, April 11th in Mount Vernon, WA. The game was tied 1-1 at the end of the 5th inning. Directions to Skagit Valley College are under the directions to the right.
     
  • 4/11 Softball at Edmonds CC - This game was moved from 4/12 to 4/11 due to possible bad weather. The Trojan Softball Team will be in Lynnwood, WA on the campus of Edmonds CC to play a league double header with the Tritons. The games will be be played on Tuesday, April 11th and the first game starts at 4:00pm. The second game will start about 30 minutes after the first game ends. Directions to Edmonds CC are under the directions link to the right.
     
  • 4/9 Baseball hosts Skagit Valley - Sunday's home league Trojan Baseball games with the Cardinals of Skagit Valley College will take place at Joe Martin Stadium in Bellingham, WA. The first game starts at 4:00pm with the second starting about 30 minutes after the first game ends. Joe Martin Stadium is located at Civic Field Way & Orleans Street, Bellingham, 98229. Admission is free to all.
     
  • 4/9 Softball hosts Olympic - This game was moved from 4/8 to 4/9. On Sunday, April 9th, the Trojan Softball Team hosts a league double header with the Rangers of Olympic College. The games will be played at the Everett Boys & Girls Club located at 2316-12th St. The first game starts at 12:00pm with the second starting approximately 30 minutes after the end of the first. Free admission for all.
     
  • Rained out 4/8 Baseball at Skagit Valley - On Saturday, April 8th, the Trojan Baseball Team will travel to Mount Vernon, WA to play the Skagit Valley College Cardinals. The first game of the league double header will start at 1:00pm and the second game starts about 30 minutes after the end of the first. Directions to SVC are under the directions link to the right.
     

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Everett Community College is a member of the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC), which includes most community colleges in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Canada. Not all schools have all of the same athletics teams.

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Green River CC Mt. Hood CC Rogue CC
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