Bears student-athletes collectively had a 3.328 grade-point average for the Fall 2020 semester
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.
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 fourth-annual Bears Scholar-Athlete Team was honored at halftime of the men's basketball game last Thursday.
The Bears secured four second-place finishes in their season finale.
The senior quartet of Valerie Rodriguez, Rebecca Bollmann, Jessica Gnad, and Kathryn Cosenza scored the bulk of the points for the Bears in the 200 medley relay and 400 free relay.
The Bears fell to the Golden Eagles, 129-32, in their final tune-up before the Skyline Championships.
The Bears collected four second-place finishes in the Skyline meet hosted by Mount Saint Mary College.
Senior Kathryn Cosenza won all four events she competed in and Rebecca Bollmann and Valerie Rodriguez contributed to three wins apiece.
The Bears topped sibling rivals SJC Long Island, 95-83, and Old Westbury, 127-41.
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