Bears student-athletes collectively had a 3.328 grade-point average for the Fall 2020 semester
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.
The former Bears' SAAC President and captain of the men's basketball team helped raised $2,000 to support anti-racism causes in his Staten Island community.
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.
The senior duo shares the team lead in kills and led the Bears to a pair of conference wins in an abbreviated 2020 campaign.
The SJC Department of Athletics would like to recognize the four Men's Volleyball seniors from the Class of 2020.
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).
Eddy and Khudoyorov came away with 11 kills in the two games as SJC improves to 2-1 in Skyline play
Led by 11 kills on .450 hitting by Khudoyorov, Bears open league play 1-0 while snapping a six-game skid
Ramizjon Khudoyorov led the Bears with 10 kills on the day.
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School Conf Overall SJC Long Island 10-0 23-9 Mount Saint Vincent 3-2 7-15 Purchase 3-3 5-11 Yeshiva 2-4 3-11 St. Joseph's 3-7 3-16 Sarah Lawrence 0-5 0-13