Sophomore Kenneth Garcia recorded his first collegiate hat trick and broke program records that stood since 2011.
The Bears opened a three-game stretch in four days with a 4-0 loss to Purchase.
The Bears outshot the hosts by nearly double, but a goal in the 86th minute gave the Maccabees a 3-2 victory.
The Bears held the second place Mariners scoreless over the final 40 minutes but couldn't crack their league-leading defense.
Brandon Georges scored his third of the season, but the Bears couldn't overcome their sibling rivals in a 3-1 Skyline loss.
Rookie Joseph Sepulveda played a part in four goals in a 5-2 victory over Medgar Evers.
The Bears outshot the league unbeatens and pulled within one on Joshua de la Cruz' first collegiate goal.
The Bears played to a scoreless deadlock with the Rams for 63 minutes.
Oliveros matched his season high with 13 saves in the loss.
Kenneth Garcia scored a brace and Thomas Mastoras netted the game-winner as the Bears never trailed in the program's first win over the Dolphins.
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