Alec Willis and Shannon Doherty joined two other SJC Long Island student-athletes honored at the Engineers Club on May 31.
Thanks to all the Bears for an outstanding 2017-18 season
The senior captain becomes the third player in Bears men's basketball history to receive the honor.
The Bears (10-15, 9-11) vastly improved over last year's 4-21 mark.
The Bears host USMMA for Senior Day on Thursday (Feb. 15) at 7 pm.
The Bears have already vastly improved over their 4-21 (1-15) 2016-17 campaign.
The Bears outscored the first-place Rams in the second half but were eliminated from playoff contention with the loss.
St. Etheart's double-double was his third-straight (10th of season).
SJC looks to break their three-game losing streak on Thursday (Feb. 8) at Yeshiva (8 pm).
The Bears now sit at 7-9 in Skyline play and drop to eighth place in the standings.
SJC fell below .500 in league play (7-8) with the loss.
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School Conf Overall Farmingdale State 16-4 18-8 Purchase 13-7 18-9 Yeshiva 13-7 18-11 Mount Saint Vincent 13-7 16-11 Mount Saint Mary 13-7 13-13 Old Westbury 11-9 12-14 St. Joseph's 9-11 10-15 Maritime 7-13 10-15 USMMA 7-13 9-15 SJC Long Island 5-15 5-20 Sarah Lawrence 3-17 4-21