St. Joe's College volleyball seniors make all-conference team
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Stephen Eddy
Stephen Eddy
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Dejon St. Rose-Cuffy
Dejon St. Rose-Cuffy
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St. Joseph's College seniors Stephen Eddy and Dejon St. Rose-Cuffy were named to the All-Skyline Conference Men's Volleyball Second Team.

The pair shared the team lead in kills with 69 each, as they led the Bears to a pair of conference wins and a 4-9 record in an abbreviated 2020 season.

Eddy, a resident of Glendale and graduate of Christ the King, was named to the Skyline's All-Sportsmanship Team.

Selected to the Second Team for the second consecutive season and to the All-Sportsmanship Team for the first time, Eddy's 6.45 attacks per set and 2.19 digs per set are good for seventh and ninth in the conference, respectively.

Along with his team-leading 69 kills, Eddy's 14 aces were good for second on the team and third in the league. In the second game of the season against Brooklyn College, the outside hitter picked up a double-double with season-highs of 11 kills and 20 digs.

In the three conference games the Bears played this season, Eddy registered 19 kills, 13 digs, and a pair of blocks, including a team-high eight kills against Mount Saint Vincent. Eddy concludes his collegiate career fourth in program history with 432 digs and eighth with 231 kills.

Earning his first All-Conference selection, St. Rose-Cuffy led the team with 30 blocks (17 solo). His team-leading .714 blocks per set ranked third in the Skyline while placing fifth with a .254 hitting percentage.

The Brooklyn native and Bishop Loughlin product logged nine kills while hitting .500 against Pratt and an efficient .875 with seven kills and a trio of blocks in the following match against York College.

The middle blocker recorded a season-high four blocks in as many games, doing so twice against conference opposition. St. Rose-Cuffy graduates with 84 blocks (42 solo), ranking fourth in program history while coming in fifth with 42 block assists.

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