Despite their best three-point shooting performance of the year, the Berkeley College Bulldogs lost to the Marywood University Pacers on Sunday by a final score of 79 to 61.

Marywood University placed five players in double-figures and connected on nearly 53% of their shots from the floor. The win improved Marywood to 9-13 on the year while the Bulldogs fell to 3-19. Marywood built a solid ten-point lead by halftime and carried that double-digit lead for much of the second half until Justin Lewandowski nailed a three for the Bulldogs to pull Berkeley back to within seven with just under ten remaining. Lewandowski would finish the night with a game-high 20 points and connected on 6 of 12 attempts from behind the arc.

Three other Bulldogs joined Lewandowski in double-figures as Donovan Black had 16 and Jamal Salaam had 11. Andrew Jarvis added 10 for Berkeley.

Berkeley's final game of the season will be at The Berkeley Cup on February 27 at 2 P.M. at The Borough of Manhattan Community College.