The New Jersey men's basketball team defeated Allegheny College 57-54 to improve to 7-7 on the season, ending 2012 at .500 for the first time in program history while also producing the most wins in a single season for the program.

The Knights were led by freshman guard Isaac Robinson (Conwell Egan Catholic/Trenton, NJ) who led all scorers with 21 points and 9 rebounds on 8 for 14 shooting and 4 for 8 from three-point range. He was joined in double figures by senior guard Gary Williams (Marist/Bayonne, NJ) with 14 points, and 10 points a piece by freshman guards Darryl Robinson (Franklin/Somerset, NJ) and Hassan Abdullah (Trenton Central/Trenton, NJ).

The Knights return to action on Saturday, January 5, at home versus Vaughn College at 6 P.M.



The New Jersey men's basketball team continued their most successful season in program history with a convincing 75-72 win over Milligan College tonight in Newark.

The Knights were led by freshman guard Isaac Robinson (Conwell Egan Catholic/Trenton, NJ), who led all scorers with 23 points while adding a game high 16 rebounds. He was joined by freshman guard Darryl Robinson (Franklin/Somerset, NJ) who added 17 points and 9 rebounds while also playing all 40 minutes.

The Knights took the lead for good with 15:12 remaining in the first half and would not relinquish it again. They went into the half up three, 41-38 while leading by as much as ten in the first half.

The win improves the team's record to 6-7 on the season and already ties the program record for 6 wins in a season. The Knights return to action on Sunday, December 30 at 7 P.M. versus Alleghenny College. The game will be played at Stevens Institute of Technology.



The Berkeley College New York men's basketball (#14 USCAA) snapped their two-game losing streak with an impressive 63-52 victory over #2 ranked Williamson Free School at the Prestall Sports Center in Media, PA, to improve to 4-4 on the season and then followed it up with another Hudson Valley Conference win over Culinary Institute to improve to 5-4 on the season.

Williamson (11-2), fresh off their victory last Wednesday against top-ranked Central Penn, ran into a buzzsaw as the Knights opened the game by scoring the first s
even points and never looked back. Berkeley would lead by fourteen at halftime 37-23 before Williamson would make a mild second-half run to slice the lead in half. But in a game in which they never trailed, Berkeley would respond time after time again to keep Williamson at bay and preserve a much-needed conference victory. Senior guard Jose Stable (Brooklyn, NY/EBC High School for Public Service) led all scorers with 20 points with fellow senior guard Kaseem Williams (Brooklyn, NY/Boys & Girls) adding 16 points.

The team completed the weekend sweep by defeating the visiting Steels of Culinary Institute by a final score of 105-53. Berkeley College started the game on a 39-13 run to open up a twenty six-point lead; they would not look back from there. In the final six minutes of first-half play, they would increase their lead to ov
er thirty. The half time score was 50-19. The second half was more of the same with the final score 105-53.

The Knights were led by freshman guard Eddie Rosario’s (Colonial/New York, NY) 24 points, Kaseem William’s double-double (19 points, 10 assists) and Jose Stable’s 19 points. Junior guard Jovan Bovell (Jamaica/Jamaic, NY) added 11 points and five steals.

Berkeley College will next visit Medgar Evers College on Saturday, December 29, 2012 at 6:00 PM.


The New Jersey men’s basketball team picked up a 67-60 home win against Pennsylvania College of Technology to improve their record to 5-7 overall. 

In the first half it was all Berkeley College as they jumped out to a 23-9 lead in the first 10 minutes of play; sparked by Isaac Robinson’s and Darryl Robinson’s defensive intensity and offensive prowess. The Knights would go up by as many as twenty 
one, 34-13, with six minutes left in the half before Penn College of Tech turned on the defense and only allowed two field goals in the final six minutes. The Knights would go into the locker room up, 37-21.

The second half was mostly Penn College as they cut the Knights lead down to seven, 59-52 with 3:46 remaining. The Knights responded with a fast break three ball to put them back up by ten, 62-52, with 3:36 remaining in the game. Scott Fenton of Penn College would cut the lead to seven again with a lay-up at the 2:22 mark; however, Darryl Robinson converted on a fast break lay-up after stealing the ball to go up, 65-56 with 1:22 left in the game. The Knights would hit their free throws to ice the game with a final score of 67-60.

The Knights were led by Isaac Robinson who posted 16 points six rebounds and five assists. Gary Williams and Darryl Robinson chipped in with 11 and 10, respectfully.

The Knights will next host Milligan College on Tuesday, December 18, 2012 at NJIT.


The Berkeley College New York women's basketball team lost to Passaic County Community College 65-60 to fall to 4-4 on the season. The Knights don't return to action until after the New Year when they travel to New Hampshire to square off in the NHTI Tournament.



The Berkeley College New York men's basketball team played back-to-back, down-to-the-wire games at the AJ Buchanan Classic held by Manhattanville College this weekend and found themselves on the short end for both.

Ahead by 12 points with 2:30 remaining in the game, the Knights couldn't stop Manhattanville from closing the game on a 17-2 run to pull out a miraculous 77-74 victory.

The Valiants certainly looked to be headed to the consolation round with under three minutes remaining, when junior guard Jovan Bovell (Jamaica/Jamaica, NY) hit a fast-break layup to put the Knights up 72-60. But the home team scored six points in 29 seconds to get back into the game to make it 72-66 with 1:55 left.

Bovell was excellent for Berkeley, leading all players with 34 points on 12-of-16 shooting from the field, while senior forward Jose Stable (EBC/Brooklyn, NY) added 21 points, six assists, a game-high five steals and eight rebounds. 

The Knights looked to rebound in the consolation game against Gordon. Gordon led throughout the entire first half and up until 8:21 remaining in the game when a Bovell layup gave the Knights their first and only lead of the game, 64-63. The teams would tie three remaining times before the end of the game, but the Knights couldn't retake the lead.

The Knights were led by senior guard Kaseem Williams (Boy's and Girls/Brooklyn, NY) who led all scorers with 28 points on 9-15 shooting and 10-13 from the free throw line. Stable added 23 points and 14 rebounds for the Knights who return to action on Saturday versus Williamson Free Trade. The loss dropped the Knights to 3-4 on the season.


The New Jersey men's basketball team lost to Rowan University, 92-76, on the first day of the Rohrer College of Business Classic before responding with a stirring 78-74 win over Rutgers-Camden in the consolation game. It was the second straight year that the Knights defeated the Scarlet Raptors.

The split over the weekend raises Berkeley's record to 4-6 on the season.

In the Rowan game, freshman guard Isaac Robinson (Trenton, NJ/Conwell Egan Catholic) and senior guard Gary Williams (Jersey City, NJ/Marist) posted 20 points apiece. Robinson grabbed a game-high 16 rebounds. Guard Darryl Robinson (fr. Somerset, NJ/Franklin) added 14 points and five boards. Freshman guard Hassan Abdullah (Trenton, NJ/Trenton Central) contributed with nine points off the bench.

Williams led Berkeley with a game-high 27 points in the Rutgers game while Robinson totaled 17 points and 10 rebounds.

Williams was named to the All-Tournament Team.

The Knights return to action on Tuesday as they travel to Wilkes University for a 7 P.M. tip off.



The New Jersey men's basketball team ended their five game losing streak by defeating The King's College 95-69 Tuesday night to improve to 3-5 on the season.

The Knights were led by freshman guard Daniel Timi (Bishop George Ahr/Rahway, NJ) with 18 points on 7-10 shooting. Fellow freshman guard Izyiah Plummer (Mainland Regional/Newark, NJ) added 15 points and sophomore forward Carl O'Neill added 9 points and 9 boards for the Knights.

The Knights led 56-28 at the half and improved to 2-0 over The King's College in their brief history.

The Knights return to action this weekend at Rowan University at 8 P.M. on Friday in the Rohrer Classic Tournament.



The New York men's basketball team defeated Sarah Lawrence College in a Hudson Valley Conference matchup 92-31 earlier today in Bronxville, NY.

The Knights were led by sophomore forward Shawn Collins (Newton, GA/Brooklyn, NY) who led all scorers with 25 points on 10 for 17 shooting including 4 of 5 from three-point range.

Junior forward Danzel Whyte (Teachers Prep/Brooklyn, NY) added a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds.

The Knights are now 3-2 on the season and 1-0 in the HVMAC. They return to action on Friday against Manhattanville College at 8 P.M.


The New York women's basketball team has successfully defended their Dr. Betty Shabazz Tournament trophy by defeating The College of New Rochelle by a score of 56-41. The Knights have competed in the tournament, hosted by Medgar Evers College, for two consecutive years and in both cases have won the tournament.

The Knights were led by junior forward Milan Germany (Notre Dame Prep/Bronx, NY), who was named Tournament MVP. Germany scored 26 points while grabbing 18 rebounds over the course of the two games. Senior guard Aiyesha Brown (John Adams/Jamaica, NY) dropped 34 points over the two games to earn All-Tournament honors.

The Knights managed 27 steals while only giving up 11 turnovers against CNR. The Knights also managed 30 steals in the first round in a 77-48 win over Yeshiva.

The Knights are now 3-2 on the season and return to action on Saturday, December 8, against Vassar College at 5 P.M.



The Berkeley College New York women's basketball team defeated Yeshiva University by a score of 77-48 to return to the Dr. Betty Shabazz Tournament Championship game for the second straight year against The College of New Rochelle. The Knights won the tournament in their first year of participation last season.

The Knights will square off against CNR at 4 P.M. Sunday for the championship.


The New Jersey men's basketball team lost their fifth straight in yet another close game, losing to Apprentice School by a final score of 92-78 to fall to 2-5 on the season. The game was close until the final two minutes when Apprentice pulled away at the free throw line.

The first half saw each team going back and forth until a late run by Apprentice put the Builders up by 8 at the half, 45-37. The Knights would fight back early in the second half, keeping the game within 5 to 8 points throughout most of the second half before pulling within two points with thirteen minutes remaining, 55-53.

The Builders would mount a run to go ahead by fourteen with six minutes remaining, but the Knights got it back to five with just over a minute left in the game, 81-76. Crucial free throw shooting at the end gave the Builders a fourteen point cushion to end the game.

The Knights were led by freshman Isaac Robinson (Conwell Egan Catholic/Trenton, NJ) with 25 points and 12 rebounds and by freshman guard Darryl Robinson (Franklin/Somerset, NJ) with 16 points and 10 boards.

The Knights return to action at home on Tuesday against The King's College at 7 P.M. at NJIT.