Juniors Briana Marrazzo and Valentina Urgo combined for 31 points in the victory.
SJC sits in a tie for seventh place in the Skyline standings after the split.
The Bears rallied from two sets down for the third time this season, but dropped a hard-fought match on the road.
The Bears couldn't get back to .500 falling in straight sets in a Skyline road test with the Dolphins
The rookie put up a career-high 15 kills in the comeback win over Old Westbury.
The Bears rallied from two sets down for the second time this season winning 3-2 (19-25, 16-25, 25-23, 25-20, 15-12). Cristina Morales had team highs of 15 kills and 20 digs.
The Bears hit a season-high .339 and landed a season-high-tying 24 aces in the straight-set victory.
Beehler dished out 16 assists as well as team-bests of eight digs and six aces.
Freshman Cristina Morales led the Bears with six kills and 10 digs in the straight-set loss.
Freshman Makayla Beehler recorded her third double-double in the team's final test before opening Skyline play next week.
The freshman took home women's volleyball's first weekly award since the 2015-16 season.
Briana Marrazzo slammed 20 kills on the day and Makayla Beehler handed out 42 assists and served up 12 aces as SJC overcame a two-set deficit to defeat Green Mountain College in five sets before dominating Northern Vermont University-Lyndon in straight sets.
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