LAST WEEK IN #FearTheFin

The women's basketball squad started the week off with a nice win over CUNYAC opponents, City College of New York. The Dolphins would fall behind early in the contest and trail heading into the locker room for half time however, a second half point explosion coupled with strong defensive play, the Dolphins would go on to win 92-72 at the Sports & Recreation Center. The win upped the Dolphins' mark to 3-0 in the CUNYAC. Christina Pasaturo would pour in 27 points in the win. The women followed that win up with another CUNYAC win, this time against the reigning CUNYAC champions, Lehman College. CSI would nearly let the Lightning come back after holding a 21-point lead but they were able to outlast the Lightning thanks to clutch baskets by Samantha Flecker. With the win over the Lightning the Dolphins stayed perfect in the CUNYAC and will now enter their CUNYAC break. The women capped off their week with yet another win, this time over non-conference opponents, Keystone College. Staten Island finished their week 3-0 to improve to 7-2 overall. Pasaturo once again led the way with scoring, tallying 28 points for her fourth consecutive game with 24+ points.

The men's squad also had an outstanding week, finishing 2-0 with both wins coming against CUNYAC opponents. It started with the 83-64 win over the Beavers of CCNY, which is a strong team within the conference. Frank Schettino tied the CSI school record for most assists in a game against CCNY with 14. With that he also broke the school record for most career assists. The Dolphins kept on rolling against the Lightning of Lehman College to improve their win streak to three in a row while staying perfect in the CUNYAC.

The women's swimming & diving swam in their first action since the Drew Invitational last Saturday against CUNYAC rivals, Hunter College. The Hawks would go on to win 151-70 over the Dolphins but Staten Island had a strong showing. Ewa Wojciechowska placed first in both of her individual events while Jessica Shaw set a personal best on the 1 meter diving boards. Naomi Gaggi also had a personal best time in the 500 yard freestyle, picking up a first place for her team.

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