Herkimer College basketball players Oladele Oladitan and Nick Boyce were named NJCAA Division III Men’s Basketball All-Americans.

This is the first time in the history of the men’s basketball program that two players were recognized NJCAA All-Americans. They are the 16th and 17th All-Americans in the program’s history and the first since 2019 when Derrick Felder was named NJCAA Division III Player of the Year.

Oladitan, a 6’4″ first-year student from Staten Island, was named a First Team All-American after averaging 15.3 points and 10.5 rebounds per game this season. Oladitan was named First-Team All-Region and was the Region III Tournament’s Most Outstanding Player after averaging 18.6 and 13.6 rebounds per game during the three-game tournament from March 1-3.

Boyce, a 6’4” guard from Queens, NY, was named a Third-Team All-American, averaging 12.7 points, 8.3 rebounds, four assists, and 3.3 steals per game this season. Boyce had the third-most steals in the country this season while breaking the program’s single-season steals record (105). Boyce was named All-Region First Team and named to the Region III All-Tournament Team and the NJCAA Division III All-Tournament Team.

“I’m very proud of both Mike (Oladele) and Nick for the distinguished honor of being named NJCAA All-Americans,” said Herkimer College Men’s Basketball head coach Matt Lee. “Both of them have earned the right to be All-Americans, and it’s awesome that they’re the first players from the same team to earn the honor in our program’s rich history.”

Oladele Oladitan

Oladele Oladitan

Nick Boyce

Nick Boyce