Sophomore Guard Korey Williams capped off his career at Hostos Community College by adding one last award to his trophy case by being named 1st Team All-American by the NJCAA on Monday afternoon. Williams, a Brooklyn native that played his prep ball at New York City CHSAA powerhouse LaSalle Academy led his team to a 27-7 record this past season helping the Caimans claim the CUNYAC Championship, the Region XV Championship and a spot in the NJCAA Nationals. The 27-7 Caimans were ranked #7 nationally in the final NJCAA poll of the season.

Williams averaged 23.8ppg his sophomore year while also adding 6rpg and 5.2apg. From the floor Williams was lights out shooting 54.8% from the floor while averaging 47.8% from 3pt. land and 90.6% from the free throw line. Also, the sophomore guard recorded two triple doubles this season, the first coming against Queensborough on 11/21/19 and the second against BMCC om 11/26/19. The 2019-20 season was a magical one for Williams who was the first player in Hostos Men's basketball history to score over a 1,000 points, recording a career told of 1,088 points while wearing the Orange and Blue. The accolades don't end there as Williams was also a 1st team all CUNYAC selection and was named the Region XV Player of the Year.

His first year in The Swamp was also a special year for Williams who broke out his Freshman year averaging 16.3ppg to go along with 3.8rpg, 3.3apg while also shooting 35% from deep. The Brooklyn native led the Caimans to a 17-13 record his Freshman year while also being named to the all CUNYAC team.

Williams will be graduating in May of this year with an Associate's Degree in Business Management.