Four Saints players were named All-OCCAC, headlined by sophomore infielder Luke Baranchak who was voted conference player of the year. Joining him on the first team was freshman pitcher Jack Tumulty, while sophomore infielder Jason Swope and freshman outfielder Aaron Pawlak were voted second-team honors.
On the season Baranchak hit a team high .365, while recording 50 hits with nine doubles, seven triples, four homeruns, and 40 RBIs. Baranchak also led the team with 27 stolen bases while anchoring the infield as the team's starting shortstop. Freshman pitcher Jack Tumulty was also named to the first team. On the year, Tumulty had 11 starts with a 4-2 record. In a team leading 56 2/3 innings pitched, he had a 4.13 ERA with 78 strikeouts, which was good for a 12.39 K/9 ratio. Tumulty also had four games where he tallied 10 or more strikeouts.
Sophomore infielder Jason Swope was once again named to the all-conference team. This year receiving second-team honors. On the year, Swope compiled a .322 batting average, with 47 hits, nine doubles, two triples, three home runs, and 34 RBIs. Joining Swope on the second-team was freshman outfielder Aaron Pawlak. On the year, he hit .341 with 47 hits, 14 doubles, three triples, one home run, and 22 RBIs from the lead-off spot.
In addition to being named all-conference, Baranchak, Tumulty, Swope, and Pawlak were also all named to the 2018 All-Region team. The Saints concluded their season with a 22-22 record and were 11-8 in the OCCAC.