b'Co-Male Athlete of the YearJordan Bushey transfer joined elite company on the mats, becoming the sixth National Champion in program history. The 174-pounder was 35-2 this past winter on his way to NJCAA All-American, Region III/Eastern District I Wrestler of the Year, Region III Male Athlete of the Year and Western New York Athletic Conference Senior Male Athlete of the Year honors. The team JORDAN BUSHEY captain won individual crowns at six different Wrestling tournaments and led NCCC to its 23rd regional title. He plans to continue his education and wrestling career at a four-year school in the fall.Co-Male Athlete of the YearDespite having his sophomore season cut short due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Erik Johnson left hisAthleticsmark on the diamond. The hurler finished his NCCC career with a 7-2 record, a minuscule 1.38 ERA and 65 strikeouts in just 52.1 innings pitched. Last spring, he became the programs 12th NJCAA Division III All-American following a first team All-Region nod. The team captain also had a 3.47 GPA in PhysicalERIK JOHNSONEducation Studies. He signed a National Letter ofBaseballIntent to continue his education and baseball career at NCAA Division I Coastal Carolina University. Female Athlete of the YearAubrey Halloran helped NCCC to an incredible 61-3 record and a pair of regional championships on the hardwood over the past two seasons. A two-time All-Region selection, this post player amassed 721 points, 440 rebounds and 126 blocks in her two-year career. She was also a team captain, held a 3.29 GPA in Criminal Justice and blossomed into a leader on campus. She signed a AUBREY HALLORAN National Letter of Intent to continue her education Womens Basketball and hoops career at NCAA Division I Niagara University.2019-2020 Annual Report23'