Sean Salomons (president), Victoria Mahoney (vice-president), Tim Driscoll (treasurer), and Rachel Rocha (secretary) have been elected to one-year terms on the Bears SAAC Executive Board
All SJC students, faculty, and staff are invited to attend this powerful, film-based workshop to raise awareness to the warning signs of relationship abuse.
Skyline and CSAC to Partner on "Making Change for Change" Special Olympics Initiative During D3 Week
Victoria Mahoney (softball) and Gemar Lezeau (men's soccer) recount the memorable experience in Washington, D.C. two weekends ago.
Bears student-athletes collectively raised over $5,000 for the American Cancer Society.
Senior Alec Willis (men's basketball) picked to lead Bears Student-Athlete Advisory Committee.
SJC Brooklyn student-athletes averaged a 3.26 GPA last year and contributed nearly 500 hours of community service work in 2016-17
Bears Hungry to Help; Fill the Hearts and Appetites of Many!
Sports Round-Up July 21July 21, 2018The Tablet
Two Islanders get baseball honors for St. Joseph's College (Brooklyn)April 25, 2018Staten Island Advance
Driscoll named Rookie of the YearApril 24, 2018Brooklyn Star/Queens Ledger
St. Joe’s of Brooklyn’s Kelly O’Donnell Earns Skyline Conference Rookie of the Year, Named to Second-Team All-ConferenceMarch 01, 2018Brooklyn Sports World
St. Joe’s Star Wins Top Rookie HonorsFebruary 28, 2018
A Jamie Provino triple with 17 seconds left help seal a 79-76 Skyline Conference victory for St. Joseph's College (Brooklyn) over Mount Saint Vincent. Kelly O'Donnell had 20 points and Deserae Sequeira broke an SJC single-game record handing out 13 assists.
Kelly O'Donnell led 11 different Bears to score a point with 27 points and seven rebounds and Lauren Quesada added 16 points and nine board as St. Joseph's College (Brooklyn) defeated Yeshiva University, 96-78, at home to remain undefeated in Skyline Conference play.
Top plays from the Bears' 85-51 loss to Yeshiva at The Hill Center in their 2019-20 Skyline opener.
Check out highlights from Wednesday night's home opener at The Hill Center that saw women's basketball down borough rival Brooklyn College, 79-72.
Mohamed Ndiaye Jr's bicycle kick in the win over SJC Long Island was featured as the #1 play in SportsCenter on SnapChat on Thursday, October 3, 2019
Mohamed Ndiaye Jr. recorded a second-half hat trick and Joseph Sepulveda scored a goal and had two assists as Men's Soccer defeated sibling rivals SJC Long Island, 4-2, on October 1, 2019.