Of the 37 Bears to maintain a 3.3 grade point average or better, 21 were repeat honorees.
Freshman outfielder Anthony Hernandez led the Bears with a .333 batting average to become the eighth Bears All-Skyline selection in team history and first rookie to receive the honor.
Leary batted a team-leading .667 and drove in five RBI to collect the weekly accolade. Reyes batted .600 to close his collegiate career and lifted his team-leading home run of the season.
Reyes went 6-for-7, scored three, and struck out a pair in his pitching debut while Leary combined for three hits and as many RBI on Sunday.
The duo combined for 10 RBI on Saturday. Tapio recorded his first-career homer while Reyes hits his second HR of the season. The Bears conclude the season on Sunday against the Privateers with Senior Day ceremonies taking place pregame.
The Skyline Conference Presidents Council has voted unanimously to allow each member institution the autonomy to formulate their own spectator policy for the remaining athletic contests in the 2021 spring season.
Bears conclude their 2021 campaign this weekend against the Privateers; will celebrate Senior Day before Sunday's games.
Saturday's doubleheader at Throggs Neck has been pushed back to a 3 pm start. Sunday's Senior Day doubleheader at the SJC Outdoor Complex will be at 1 pm with Senior Day ceremonies starting at 12:40 pm.
Lombardi fanned seven in 3.2 innings of work while Acampora retired five of his own as Bears fall to Mount Saint Mary twice on Sunday. SJC will open a four-game set vs. Maritime on Saturday to conclude the season.
Monda and McHugh both go seven innings but settle for no-decisions. Airey and Biordi record hits in each of the two games while Leary posts a pair of RBI. Bears and Knights conclude their series on Sunday from Newburgh.
Bears look to continue their winning momentum in this weekend's series against the Knights from April 17-18.
The senior went seven innings, striking out five and allowing one run for his first win of the season. A. Hernandez; Airey each go 3-4 at the plate. Bears begin series with Mount Saint Mary in Patchogue on Saturday.
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School Conf Overall Farmingdale State 14-4 24-14 Mount Saint Mary 13-5 22-12-1 SJC Long Island 13-5 27-18 USMMA 11-7 28-14 Maritime 11-7 23-13 Old Westbury 11-7 19-16-1 Purchase 10-9 19-17 St. Joseph's 5-13 7-28 Mount Saint Vincent 2-16 8-29 Yeshiva 0-18 2-25