Dolphins Digest



December 6, 2012

Melanie Johnson paced CSI with 17 points

The College of Staten Island women’s basketball squad won for the fourth-straight outing, this time sliding past the College of New Rochelle by a 67-36 count in non-conference action played this evening in New Rochelle, New York.  The Dolphins improved to 4-3 overall, while the Blue Angels fell to 3-5.

CSI led from start to finish, opening up a 9-3 lead before taking a 17-5 lead on free throws by Melanie Johnson at 14:13 to go in the first half.  After trading baskets, CSI opened a 28-12 lead just over four minutes later on a fast break effort by Megan Mhyre, and from there, CSI seemed well on their way, sporting 34-22 lead by intermission.

The Dolphins exploded for a 12-2 run to start the second frame, including the first six points from Johnson.  CNR was able to cut the CSi lead down to 18 on a Jasmin Brandon jumper at 13:13 to make it 48-30, but CSi answered the call from there.  The Dolphins finished the game on a 7-0 run, to win by 31 points, their biggest margin of the game.

Johnson led all CSI scorers with 17 markers adding three rebounds.  Olivia Tierno cast a double-double, with 12 points and 10 rebounds, while Mhyre added 10 points and five rebounds.  Brandon led all scorers with a game-high 21 points, adding 14 rebounds.  CSI forced 33 Angels turnovers, and out-rebounded CNR, 54-42.

The Dolphins are next in action on Saturday, when they host New York University at 3pm.  Before that the CSI men will tip-off against FDU-Florham at 1pm.

Source: CSI Dolphins

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