Tim Driscoll had double-digit points with seven kills and three aces in the straight-set loss
All four sets were back-and-forth but the Bears fell 3-1 at home to CSE.
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.
Sean Salomons had nine kills and two solo blocks and the Bears had four set points in the straight-set loss to their borough rivals.
Finishing in fifth place last season, on the bubble of their first Skyline postseason, the Bears were picked to finish in a tie with Yeshiva for the final playoff spot.
Bears student-athletes have raised over $7000 to date for the American Cancer Society and the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network
Alec Willis and Shannon Doherty joined two other SJC Long Island student-athletes honored at the Engineers Club on May 31.
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School Conf Overall SJC Long Island 10-0 23-9 Mount Saint Vincent 3-2 7-15 Purchase 3-3 5-11 Yeshiva 2-4 3-11 St. Joseph's 3-7 3-16 Sarah Lawrence 0-5 0-13