The Mariners were too much for the Bears in the straight-set loss.
Kaitlyn Intindola handed out a three-set career-best 30 assists to direct the offense to a season-best .290 hitting in a 25-17, 26-24, 25-13 win over the Privateers.
The Bears have raised over $2000 for the SideOut Foundation for stage IV breast cancer research funding.
Senior Valentina Urgo slammed a career-high 14 kills and had 20 digs as the Bears rallied from two separate one-set deficits.
The Bears were held to a season-low eight kills in the straight-set, non-conference loss.
Monday's Skyline Conference match between the Bears and the Panthers has been moved to Farmingdale State and will start at 7:30 p.m.
The Bears even their record in league play with the loss.
Four Bears finished with five or more kills and the team served up 21 aces in the straight-set Skyline home win.
Sophomore Cristina Morales led the Bears with team-highs of five kills and 17 digs in a straight-set loss to the Golden Eagles
The Bears have partnered with the Side-Out Foundation and join the nationwide Dig Pink initiative to raise awareness and funding for stage IV breast cancer.
Cristina Morales and Kaitlyn Intindola each had a double-double in the loss.
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