Freshman guard Isaac Robinson (Conwell Egan Catholic/Trenton, NJ) scored a record high 46 points against Vaughn College on Monday night. The previous record for a Berkeley player in a single game was by senior guard Kaseem Williams (Boys and Girls/Brooklyn, NY), who scored 36 points against SUNY Potsdam in November.

Robinson's career night included shooting 17 for 28 from the field, 5 for 6 from three-point range, and 7 for 9 from the free throw line. For the season, Robinson is averaging 19.2 ppg, 8th overall in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association. Williams is just ahead of him in seventh at 19.7 ppg and senior forward Jose Stable is third overall with 22.1 ppg.


The New Jersey men's basketball team ended their three game losing streak with a convincing 94-67 win over Vaughn College to improve to 10-10 on the season. The team was led by freshman guard/forward Isaac Robinson (Conwell Egan Catholic/Trenton, NJ) who poured in an all-time record 46 points for the Knights.

He was joined in double figures by senior guard Gary Williams (Marist/Jersey City, NJ) with 13 points, freshman guard Daniel Timi (Bishop George Ahr/Rahway, NJ) with 13 points, and freshman guard Andrew Tomlin (Central/Newark, NJ) with 10 points.

The team returns to action this Saturday at noon versus The New School at Hostos Community College.



The New York women's basketball team lost 75-54 in a pivotal HVWAC conference game to St. Joseph's College on Saturday night at Brooklyn Technical High School.
The Lady Bears (10-9, 1-0 HVWAC) moved above .500 for the second time this season in handing the Knights (7-7, 1-1 HVWAC) their first loss in Hudson Valley Women's Athletic Conference play.
The Knights were paced by junior forward Milan Germany, who tallied a game-high 23 points along with nine rebounds, nine steals and six assists for a near triple-double. Senior guard Aiyesha Brown added 17 points and nine boards for a near double-double.
Despite shooting 42 percent (10-for-24) in the opening frame and maintaining a 27-19 advantage on the glass, St. Joseph's held a slim 29-25 advantage at halftime, plagued by 18 turnovers that led to 16 Berkeley points.
The Lady Bears protected the ball much better in the second half and shot a blistering 55 percent (16-for-29) to pull away from the Knights. St. Joseph's used a 9-0 run in two minutes to build a double-digit lead that would remain out of danger for the remainder of the game.
For the game, the Lady Bears finished shooting 49 percent from the field (26-of-53) and held a 53-37 advantage on the boards.
The Knights return to action on Saturday when they host NHTI at the Berkeley Invitational.


The New Jersey men's basketball team lost their third straight game, 89-67, to the Valley Forge Christian College Patriots, the fourth straight time the Patriots have defeated the Knights.

Valley Forge controlled the boards, grabbing 45 rebounds to Berkeley's 24, including 17 offensive boards. The Patriots also hit a season high eight three-pointers in the game.

The Knights were led by senior guard Gary Williams, who led the team in scoring with 17 points. He was joined in double figures by Isaac Robinson and Tasheen Carrow, who scored 13 and 10, respectively.

The loss drops the team's record to 9-10 on the season. They return to action on Monday as they travel to Hostos Community College at 7 P.M. to face Vaughn College.


The Berkeley College New York men's basketball team defeated arch rival St. Joseph's College (Brooklyn) 76-74 on Saturday night at Brooklyn Technical High School to extend their conference win streak to 23 games.
Senior forward Jose Stable's fadeaway jumper with three seconds remaining put the Knights on top for good.
The win improves the Knights' record to (10-6, 5-0 HVMAC), who have won the last five meetings between the two programs and have gone undefeated in conference play for the last three seasons.
Stable led five Knights in double figures with 17 points, all coming in the second-half after not playing the first, and finished 6-for-6 shooting. Center Elijah Craig added 15 points, pulled down 13 rebounds and rejected six shots. Kaseem Williams chipped in 12 points and Danzel Whyte contributed 11 points.
A Stable trey with two minutes remaining gave the Knights a 74-71 lead, which they clung to until the final seconds. The Bears missed three attempts at equalizing the game from distance, before St. Joseph's drained one from the deep left corner to ignite the large crowd for Alumni, Family and Friends Day.
With the score tied 74-74 and Berkeley with possession, the Knights were content with the final shot and Stable took over, driving to the foul line then stepping back to knock down the shot from 17 feet. With no timeouts remaining, the Bears could only manage a desperation shot from the full length of the court, which hit the top of the backboard.
Berkeley finished the more efficient squad, connecting on 45 percent of their attempts (27-of-60) while the Bears hit for 37 percent (25-of-68) but landed 11 triples. Although Knights made two more miscues, 17-15, Berkeley made the most of their opportunities holding a 25-9 edge in points off turnovers.



Four players scored in double figures as the New York men's basketball team scored a 99-24 victory over Pratt Institute to win their third consecutive game and improve to 4-0 in the Hudson Valley Conference.

Berkeley (9-6) jumped out to a 9-0 lead and held the Cannoneers to a single FG until two baskets in the final minute of the first half. The Knights defense limited Pratt to 16% field goal percentage for the game.

Junior guard Jovan Bovell (Jamaica, NY/Jamaica) led all Berkeley scorers with 21 points while junior center Elijah Craig (Brooklyn, NY/Seward Park) posted a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds.

The Knights return to the hardwood this Saturday at 7:30PM in a key conference matchup against longtime rival St. Joseph's College at Brooklyn Technical High School. This will be the second game of a doubleheader with the women's squads facing each other at 5:00PM. All games can be seen via Live Stats (http://livestats.prestosports.com/sjcbrooklyn/) and broadcast live via UStream video (http://www.sjcbears.com/fan-zone/live-video).



The New York men’s basketball squad defeated the SUNY ESF Mighty Oaks by a final score of 109-67 this afternoon. The win improved the Knights record to 8-6 overall.

Although the Mighty Oaks took an early lead, 12-10, the Knights took their first lead, 13-12, on a three-point field goal by Alexander Loniakan with 12:59 remaining in the first half. The Knights would not look back from there, as they would extend their lead to as many as 24 points. The score at half time was 57-33, Berkeley College. Jose Stable led all with 17 points on 7-9 shooting in the first half.

In the second half, the Knights would increase their lead to over 40 points. Berkeley College shot 38-72 (53%) including 12-29 (41%) from three while the Mighty Oaks shot 25-66 (38%) and only 3-13 (23%) from three. The knights also posted nine steals and nine blocks in the game.

Stable’s 29 points, 10 rebounds, and seven assists, led Berkeley College. Kaseem Williams poured in 26 points of his own, hitting 10-14 free throws to go along with nine assists. Loniakan chipped in with 15 points on 5-9 shooting from three. Danny MacElrath led the Mighty Oaks with 12 points on 6-13 shooting from the field.

The Knights will hit the road and take on Pratt Institute this Wednesday, January 23 for a 7:30 PM match-up.


The New York men's basketball team earned its third victory in the Hudson Valley Men's Athletic Conference with a 79-53 victory over Vaughn College. With the win the Knights regained sole possession of first place in the conference at 3-0 while improving to 7-6 for the season.

The Knights held the Warriors (6-8 overall, 3-2 HVMAC) scoreless for the first 6:35 on the opening half en route to an early 14-0 lead. Their lead ballooned to 42-18 at halftime as the Berkeley defense limited Vaughn to 23% FG shooting for the half. The Warriors would get as close as 12 points at 42-30 with 14:32  to play in the second half before Berkeley would go on an 8-0 run to push the lead back to 20 at 50-30 and were never seriously threatened afterwards.

Seniors Kaseem Williams (Brooklyn, NY/Boys & Girls) and Jose Stable (Brooklyn, NY/EBC High School for Public Service) led the scoring for Berkeley with 25 points and 22 points, respectively. Junior Danzel Whyte (Brooklyn, NY/Teachers Preparatory) was the third Knight to finish in double figures in scoring with 11 points.

Berkeley completes its weekend series tomorrow afternoon with a 12:00 matinee against SUNY-ESF in a USCAA conference game at the Borough of Manhattan Community College.


The New Jersey men's basketball team lost to USCAA rival Central Penn College for the second time this season, 91-66. The loss is the second in a row for the Knights following a five game winning streak and hurts the Knights' chances of winning the regular season Atlantic States Athletic Conference inaugural championship. The Knights are now 9-8 overall and 2-2 in the ASAC.

The Knights never threatened Central Penn, trailing by 14 at the half, 36-22, while only managing to put three players in double figures, led by freshman guard Dukens Germain's 12 points.

The men return to action on Friday against Valley Forge Christian College.


NEWPORT NEWS, VA. – People always say basketball is a game of runs, well on Friday night the Apprentice School Lady Builders proved that to be very true.
After racing out to an 18-point lead in the first half, only then to trail 48-43 with 13:18 left, the Lady Builders score the next 33 points to defeat Berkeley College 76-51 in the opening night of the 2013 Martin Luther King Classic.
Apprentice School avenged a 65-61 loss to Berkeley last Sunday in New York City. Berkeley was topped by Milan Germany with 17 points and seven rebounds while Aiyesha Brown added 14 points and seven rebounds.
In the second game of the Classic, Berkeley lost to Briarcliffe College 72-65 to fall to 7-6 on the season. The Knights were led by Brown's 18 points. She was joined in double figures by Germany with 17 and Rachel Thomas and Olivia Byfield with 10 points each.
The Knights return to action on January 26 in a pivotal Hudson Valley matchup against St. Joseph's College of Brooklyn.



The women's basketball team continues to defy all odds this season, coming back from 15 points down with a little more than seven minutes remaining in the game to defeat Apprentice School by a final score of 65-61 to improve to 7-4 on the season. The win marked the third in a row for the team after winning the NHTI New Year's Tournament.

The Knights were led by junior forward Milan Germany (Notre Dame Prep/Bronx, NY), who led all scorers with 26 points and 14 rebounds. Sophomore guard Janay Thomas (Longwood/Queens, NY) added 13 points and 10 rebounds for the Knights.

The Knights return to action next weekend when they travel to Newport News, Virginia, for the MLK Classic at Apprentice. They face USCAA power house Briarcliffe College on Friday at 4 P.M.



The Berkeley College New Jersey men's basketball team continued their historic season with their fifth straight win and sixth in seven games to improve to 9-7 on the season, defeating conference rival Williamson Trade 54-47 last night in Virginia.

Williamson entered the game at 11-2 and as the #2 ranked team in the USCAA. The Knights were led by freshman guard Andrew Tomlin (Central/Newark, NJ) with 17 points on 6 for 11 shooting including 2 for 2 from three-point range. The Knights won with stifling defense, holding Williamson to 27.3% shooting for the game.

The Knights face Southern Virginia University today at 2 P.M.



Senior forward Jose Stable earned his third straight Player of the Week nod for the Hudson Valley Men's Athletic Conference, leading the Knights to a runner-up finish at the NHTI New Year's Tournament. Over the tournament, the senior guard/forward averaged 27.5 points, while shooting 61 percent (22-for-36), grabbing 8.0 rebounds and swiping 3.5 steals. During an opening-round victory over Maine-Augusta, Stable shot a perfect 13-for-13 from the field en route to a 33-point, eight-rebound, six-steal effort.


Junior forward Milan Germany has been named the United States Collegiate Athletic Association Women's Basketball Player of the Week! Germany scored 42 points, had 18 rebounds, 14 assists, and four steals as the team defeated Maine-Augusta and NHTI over the weekend. Germany was recognized as the NHTI Holiday Inn New Year’s Tournament MVP. In addition, she was named the Hudson Valley Women's Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week.



The New York women's basketball team won the New Hampshire Technical Institute Holiday Inn New Year's Tournament today 65-54 over #6 ranked NHTI. Aiyesha Brown was named to the All-Tournament Team and Milan Germany the Tournament MVP.

The team previously won the Dr. Betty Shabazz Tournament this season. The win improves their season record to 6-4.



The New Jersey men’s basketball team defeated Vaughn College 90-56 to improve to 8-7 on the season, starting 2013 one game over .500 for the first time in program history. 

Berkeley College took a commanding 30-5 lead in the first 10 plus minutes of action in the first half. The Knights would go into the half up, 43-24. In the second half, the Knights would extend their lead to as many as 39 with a 70-31 lead at the 10:32 marker. The final score was 90-56.

Freshman Darryl Robinson’s 27 points led the Knights on 11-18 from the field; he also added 10 rebounds and five steals. Senior Gary Williams added 19 points and three steals while freshman Andrew Tomlin chipped in with nine points, seven rebounds and five steals.

The Knights will hit the road and head to Southern Virginia
University on Friday, January 11, 2013 to take on Williamson Trade.


Berkeley College swept a trifecta this evening with all three basketball programs winning tonight. The wins improved all three programs to one game over .500 for the season as well!

The New York women's basketball team got the night started with a stirring 61-60 win over University of Maine-Augusta in New Hampshire. The New York men followed suit, beating the University of Maine-Augusta's men's team 87-66. The New Jersey men meanwhile defeated Vaughn College at home by a score of 90-56.

The women improve to 5-4 on the season while the New York men improve to 6-5 and the New Jersey men improve to 8-7.

The win for the New Jersey program is their fourth in a row.