Head Softball Coach: Sheryl Gilmore
Coach Sheryl Gilmore, a former Edmonds CC player, completed her first season at the helm of Triton Softball in 2015. Despite losing key starters to injury, the Edmonds CC softball team won nine contests and remained competitive all year. A hard-hitting squad, Edmonds was led Madison Wood's 8-round trippers, Chantel Brown's 38 runs, and Antionette Watson's 36 RBIs. All three players will return in 2016. Watson and Brown were both selected as NWAC North All-Stars with Lexie Gray and Shawna Steele earning All Academic honors.
Gilmore has extensive experience playing and coaching softball in the Snohomish County area. She had a stellar four-year career at Edmonds-Woodway HS, where she received first-team all Wesco and first-team all-league honors as a shortstop, as well as MVP and most inspirational player during her senior season.
After high school, Gilmore continued her softball career at Edmonds CC where she was a member of the last Triton team that reached the Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) championships.
Sheryl later transferred to Western Washington University and went on to earn her Bachelor's degree in Kinesiology, with a minor in sports psychology. She also received her Master's degree in Human Movement and Performance from WWU. Gilmore was awarded Magna Cum Laude honors as a master's candidate and will soon be published for her softball related thesis research.
Gilmore taught upper division kinesiology classes and worked as a strength and conditioning coach at WWU before moving back to Snohomish County where she co-founded the Washington Warriors Fastpitch Club, an 18U select travel team that participates at the 18A and 18 Gold levels.
Assistant Coach: Adrian Manual