- Freshman ace Erik Johnson was a second team All-American, while sophomore slugger Vincent Chiarenza was a third teamer. Chiarenza is NCCC’s first back-to-back All-American.
- NCCC had six All-WNYAC choices as it finished 38-10 and lost in the Region III Final Four.
- Sophomore Kyle LaPlante joined Johnson and Chiarenza on the All-Region first team. Sophomore Garrett Boldt was a second teamer.
Pictured: Keegan Ernest
- NCCC won a school-record seven tournaments this spring, including its fourth consecutive Niagara CCC Invitational.
- Sophomore Hogan Lang took second at regionals to earn his second consecutive berth in the NJCAA Tournament.
- The Thunderwolves, led by Region III Coach of the Year Matt Oleski, finished sixth overall at the NJCAA Tournament after winning its first regional title since 1968.
Pictured: Emily Neidrauer
- Sophomore Fode Camara was a first team All-Region selection after leading the T-Wolves with 13.8 points and 8.0 rebounds per game.
- Second team All-Region picks Sincere Ramsahai and Najee Scott helped Region III Coach of the Year Bill Beilein win his 200th career game.
- The Thunderwolves finished 27-10 and earned their second trip to the NJCAA Div. II Tournament in the past three seasons.
Pictured: Fode Camara
- Region III Coach of the Year Nate Beutel led NCCC to a 31-0 regular season and its first-ever Region III Championship.
- Sophomore Kenetria Redfern scored 734 points on her way to second team All-American honors and a Div. I scholarship to Maryland-Eastern Shore.
- Sophomore Shilah Parker joined Redfern as first team All-Region. Freshmen Paige Emborsky and Aubrey Halloran were second and third teamers respectively.
Pictured: Kenetria Redfern
- A 4-3 overtime-victory against perennially-strong Tompkins-Cortland CC highlighted a 3-10-1 season.
- Freshmen David Reiley and John Pearson were named first team All-WNYAC. Reiley had a team-best 18 points and Pearson made 151 saves.
- Sophomore captains Tyler Van Buren and Austin Sauer were selected to the All-WNYAC second team.
Pictured: John Pearson
- NCCC, which finished 2-8-0, scored a rare 5-0 road shutout of past-power Cayuga CC.
- Sophomore Alexis Fyock was a first team All-WNYAC choice for the second consecutive year. She led NCCC with 25 points.
- Sophomores Brooke Kiefer and Olivia Hecei along with freshman Kaleigh Kuzma were second-team All-WNYAC picks.
Pictured: Olivia Hecei
- Freshman SS Alisha Scroger was named second team All-Region after setting new program records for hits (58) and runs (51) in a season.
- NCCC finished 14-29, but did earn a road win at regional champion Onondaga CC.
- Scroger was a first team All-WNYAC pick, while classmate April Chambers and sophomores Nicole Human and Katey Matteson were on the second team.
Pictured: Alisha Scroger
- A 4-18 season was highlighted by a nail-biting five-set victory over Fulton-Montgomery CC at the Herkimer College pod.
- Sophomore libero Maddy Finn was named to the All-WNYAC team after leading the squad with 338 digs.
- The Region III Tournament returned to NCCC in 2018 and will be back again this coming November.
Pictured: Maddy Finn
- NCCC had eight finalists and three champions (Quinn, Eckles & sophomore Michael Phelps) as it won the program’s 22nd regional title.
- Sophomore Freddy Eckles and freshman Greg Quinn became NCCC’s 49th & 50th All-Americans. Eckles was seventh at 141 pounds and Quinn was fourth at 125.
- Veteran coach Keith Maute was named Northeast District I Coach of the Year for the fifth time in his career.