Finishing in fifth place last season, on the bubble of their first Skyline postseason, the Bears were picked to finish in a tie with Yeshiva for the final playoff spot.
Bears student-athletes have raised over $7000 to date for the American Cancer Society and the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
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 sophomore led all Skyline rookies with 100 kills, 14 aces, and 116.5 points.
The Bears achieve a season sweep versus Sarah Lawrence and await Tuesday's game between Yeshiva and Sarah Lawrence for a possible Skyline Championship berth.
Junior Sean Salomons tied a player on the Panthers with a match-high seven kills.
The sophomore posted 11 kills in a straight-set victory over Sarah Lawrence on Saturday
Sophomore Stephen Eddy tallies a career-high five service aces against Sarah Lawrence.
The Bears outlasted the Maccabees 3-2 (22-25, 15-25, 25-21, 25-21, 15-13) for their first win of the season and their first-ever triumph over Yeshiva in 21 meetings.
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 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