Thanks to all the Bears for an outstanding 2018-19 season
Four Bears in double-figures weren't enough as Old Westbury earned a comeback win.
The Bears' final game of the season is Saturday (Feb. 16) vs. Old Westbury at home (3 pm).
Bryan Medy had 25 points but the Bears couldn't snap the Maccabees 15-game winning streak.
The Bears picked up their ninth win of the year in their final non-league contest.
The Bears split the season series with USMMA in the win.
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.
The Bears led by eight with just under 10 minutes to play but faltered late to Purchase.
The Bears downed MSMC in overtime at The Hill Center earlier in the year but fell by double-digits on the road on Saturday.
Sebastien Etheart scored five of his game-high 28 in the final 15 seconds in a come-from-behind 66-64 win over Mount Saint Vincent.
Dimitri Sirakis scored a game-high 24 points and the Bears rallied from a nine-point deficit but fell 76-67 in their fifth overtime game of the season.
Sebastien Etheart recorded the second 30-point, 20-rebound game in team history and the Bears shot over 50 percent in the 86-72 Skyline Conference win.
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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