For the 2018-19 academic year, 85 Bear student-athletes were conferred with Skyline Academic Honor Roll distinction.
Thanks to all the Bears for an outstanding 2018-19 season
Palermo led the Bears in nearly every offensive category and becomes the seventh All-Skyline selection in team history.
The Bears were deadlocked with NYU 1-1 before the Violets scored four runs in the eighth to hand SJC a 5-1 defeat.
The Bears returned to non-league play with a loss on the road.
The Bears' four-game win streak was snapped by the second-place Mariners.
Six Bears drove in runs as they cruised to a nine-run win.
The Bears are now 4-0 against the CUNYAC in 2019 after the win.
The Bears have now won three of their last four games with the sweep.
The Bears trip to Massachusetts has been canceled due to the forecast for inclement weather.
Anthony Palermo recorded his second-straight multi-hit game batting 2-for-4 and driving in the lone Bear run in a 6-1 defeat.
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