Edmonds' Beitel-Davidson Steps Down from Women's Soccer Post
LYNNWOOD -- Brittney Beitel-Davidson has stepped down as women's soccer coach after four years as the head coach. Edmonds went 17-39-6 in the North under Beitel-Davidson, and was 21-42-8 overall. In 2014, the Tritons qualified for the playoffs in her first year, and were defeated in the quarterfinals at Treasure Valley -- that match was decided by penalty kicks.
Beitel-Davidson, who also served as the college's athletic women's commissioner, made the decision to move on and pursue other interests.
"I am thankful to Brittney for her dedication and commitment to the women's soccer program, and for serving as our women's commissioner. Her players have done a great job in the classroom and are positive representatives of our athletic program -- that is a direct reflection of her," said athletic director Spencer Stark.
Edmonds Community College women's soccer reached the NWAC championship game in 2013, after a steady improvement under former head coach Jeanette Delaney, who served a nine-year stint at the helm.
The program has four North Region titles, and two NWAC Championships, in 2000 and 2002. The Tritons play their home games at Triton Field, on a soccer pitch that is one of the largest in Snohomish County at nearly 40,000 square feet. The multi-sport complex is lighted, all-turf, and is home to Triton softball, baseball, and men's soccer, in addition to women's soccer. It is located in the middle of campus, and is one of the top soccer facilities in all of NWAC soccer. Edmonds CC is known for their professional game-day soccer atmosphere.
The search for a new head coach will begin immediately. If interested in the position, please contact athletic director Spencer Stark at email@example.com or 425-640-1046. The position is open until filled.
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