Bears student-athletes collectively had a 3.328 grade-point average for the Fall 2020 semester
The Skyline Conference is proud to continue its "Just Let Me Play" series on Thursday, Feb. 11, at 5 p.m. Eastern with a webinar on mental health, presented by Ivy Watts, a former All-American student-athlete.
Macapugay is in his 13th year full-time with Bears Athletics and oversees all the communications efforts for the department.
Two former Bears student-athletes host a fun night supporting the Joseph M. Lewinger '00 Scholarship for Future Educators.
Recognizing the Bears Women's Soccer senior class.
With continued uncertainty surrounding the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, St. Joseph's College has decided to suspend intercollegiate athletic competition on both the Brooklyn and Long Island campuses for the winter 2020-21 athletic season.
The LIU alumna who was a four-time Setter of the Year and led the Blackbirds to three conference titles was named to the Northeast Conference Women's Volleyball Mount Rushmore and interviewed in an "I Was An NEC Student-Athlete" feature.
The SJC community is invited to unite in a walk/jog/run on campus or virtually on Friday to raise awareness for the need to end racism and social injustice.
Kelly Raddar brings over 18 years of coaching experience to Clinton Hill and becomes the fourth head coach in program history.
The fitness center and open gym will reopen to the SJC community on October 26. All must reserve times up to five days in advance using an online reservation system at http://www.sjcbears.com/thehillcenter
SJC Brooklyn student-athletes are strongly encouraged to register and attend the first in the webinar series to discuss diversity, acceptance, and other key issues affecting the student-athlete experience.
The former Bears All-Skyline selection and former SAAC President helped lead the team to its first Skyline Championship appearance in program history in 2019.
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Driscoll named Rookie of the YearApril 24, 2018Brooklyn Star/Queens Ledger
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St. Joe’s Star Wins Top Rookie HonorsFebruary 28, 2018
A Jamie Provino triple with 17 seconds left help seal a 79-76 Skyline Conference victory for St. Joseph's College (Brooklyn) over Mount Saint Vincent. Kelly O'Donnell had 20 points and Deserae Sequeira broke an SJC single-game record handing out 13 assists.
Kelly O'Donnell led 11 different Bears to score a point with 27 points and seven rebounds and Lauren Quesada added 16 points and nine board as St. Joseph's College (Brooklyn) defeated Yeshiva University, 96-78, at home to remain undefeated in Skyline Conference play.
Top plays from the Bears' 85-51 loss to Yeshiva at The Hill Center in their 2019-20 Skyline opener.