Bears student-athletes collectively had a 3.328 grade-point average for the Fall 2020 semester
The first team All-Skyline selection in 2019 will be extended an invitation to Ducks spring training in 2021 and offered a chance to make the defending league champion’s opening day roster.
Fifty-five SJC Brooklyn winter- and spring-sport student-athletes maintained a 3.3-plus grade-point average at the conclusion of the 2019-20 academic year.
Junior Kelly O'Donnell (women's basketball) and senior Stephane Etheart (men's basketball) were named the 2019-20 Student-Athletes of the Year.
All athletic activities on both SJC campuses have been suspended through Sunday, March 29 as an added precaution to prevent the spread of Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The Bears fell to 0-3 on the young season with the two losses.
Seven different Bears knocked a hit in a 10-2 loss in Maryland.
The fourth-annual Bears Scholar-Athlete Team was honored at halftime of the men's basketball game last Thursday.
Sports Round-Up July 21July 21, 2018The Tablet
Two Islanders get baseball honors for St. Joseph's College (Brooklyn)April 25, 2018Staten Island Advance
Driscoll named Rookie of the YearApril 24, 2018Brooklyn Star/Queens Ledger
St. Joe’s of Brooklyn’s Kelly O’Donnell Earns Skyline Conference Rookie of the Year, Named to Second-Team All-ConferenceMarch 01, 2018Brooklyn Sports World
St. Joe’s Star Wins Top Rookie HonorsFebruary 28, 2018
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