LAST WEEK IN #FearTheFin

The women's basketball squad opened up the week with a big 77-60 home stand over the intruding Bears of St. Joseph's College - Brooklyn which extended their win streak to two in a row. In that contest it was junior Angelique Price and freshman Nihada Bracic leading the scoring for the Dolphins with 13 each. The Dolphins played well on their home court and held a 39-point lead late in the game before the Bears outscored the Dolphins 24-5 in the fourth quarter to lose the game by just 17.

The men were able to pick up their first win of the season over the Maccabees of Yeshiva University on Tuesday night, 87-61. Senior Frank Schettino led the Dolphins to the win with 20 points, 11 assists and three steals in the contest. Schettino's 11 assists also broke the CSI school record for most career assists that has held true since the 1991 season when Fred Marinacchios set the record at 586. Junior Kevon Murphy also turned in a big night, pouring in 16 points while grabbing four rebounds in the win.

The women dropped to an even 2-2 on Saturday after a 69-84 loss to perennial powerhouse New York University. Samantha Flecker and Victoria Crea highlighted the scoring for the Dolphins with 16 and 14, respectively. Staten Island held tough throughout the contest but foul trouble and a lack of height led to their downfall against the Violets. Christina Pasaturo contributed 13 points and is now just five points shy of 1,000.

The men traveled to Jersey City, NJ on Saturday for a non-conference bout with NJAC powerhouse New Jersey City University in the Bayonne Bridge Series. Led by a 53-point outburst in the second half the Gothic Knights bested the Dolphins 88-62 to drop CSI to 1-3 on the year. Khaleeq Baum was extremely efficient in the contest, shooting 6-for-6 from the floor while grabbing four rebounds. The Dolphins now trail in the Bayonne Bridge Series 6-13 all-time, and was the first time they met in Jersey City, NJ since the 2009 season.

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