76 SJC Brooklyn student-athletes comprised the third-annual team, achieving a 3.5 GPA or higher in either the spring or fall semesters of the 2018 calendar year.
Bears student-athletes have raised over $7000 to date for the American Cancer Society and the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
Freshman Cristina Morales is the third Bear to receive All-Skyline honors in program history.
The Bears fell 3-1 to their sibling rivals, finishing their season at 12-11 overall, their first winning season since 2013.
The two-time Rookie of the Week helped the Bears extend their win streak to five with a 4-0 week totaling 55 kills on .197 hitting.
The No. 6 seed Bears will face No. 3 seed Golden Eagles in a first-round game on Tuesday at 8 p.m. in Patchogue.
The Bears have also won five-straight games, their longest win-streak since 14 in the 2008 season.
Marrazzo put up a double-double of her own with 17 digs and 11 kills (five aces) while hitting an impressive .611 in the win.
Makayla Beehler secured a double-double dishing out 28 assists and bringing up 11 digs in the win.
All six starters combined for a three-set season-high 35 kills, hitting .338 in a 3-0 (25-17, 25-11, 25-10) sweep of Purchase.
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.
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