Defensively, Jean Marie Lewandowski led the way with 18 digs.

The College of Staten Island women’s volleyball quad fell for the second straight outing, this time falling in non-conference play to the College of Mt. St. Vincent, 3-0, in a match played this evening in Riverdale, New York.  CSI fell to 1-5 overall on the season, while the Dolphins of CMSV improved to 4-3.

Plagued by errors, CSI committed 25 attack errors in the game, combining with 13 service errors and seven recieving errors, combining to average a hefty 15 overall errors per game.  Add to the mix CMSV’s 25 kills on 99 attempts, and CSI didn’t get the results it was looking for, dropping the games 25-22, 25-20, and 25-16.  The Dolphins finished -.027 in attack percentage.

Selma Kolenovic and Pola Poskrobko led the way for CSI with seven kills each, while Jennifer Samuel paced the team with 16 assists (on 22 total CSI kills), adding a pair of aces and 13 digs.  Jean Marie Lewandowski paced CSI defensively with 18 total digs.  Leading the charge for CMSV was Ashleigh Scozzari, who tallied a game high 10 kills.  Zana Daluz led with 22 assists, while Madeleine Garaicoa paced the Dolphins with 21 digs.

CSI is next in action on Saturday, when they travel to the Culinary Institute of America for a 1pm contest.