CSI's Bloochy Magloire scored 31 in the win

From the second he stepped off the team bus, Bloochy Magloire couldn’t miss.  The Dolphin junior went 17 of 21 from the field, including 7 of 8 from three-point range, dropping 31 points in CSI’s, 80-59, blowout of Kean this afternoon as part of non-conference play in Union, New Jersey.  The win, CSI’s second straight, moved the team to 12-3, while the Cougars fell to 6-12.

Magloire hit his first two shots, two three-pointers, to open the scoring for the Dolphins and added another 13 points in the first half. 

After a collective slow start offensively, sophomore Javon Cox and Jonathan Chadwick-Myers warmed up adding 9 and seven respectively as the Dolphins took a seven point, 38-31, lead into the half.

The Dolphins picked up right where they left off in the second half.  Magloire promptly drained a three on the first possession and threw down a put back dunk off a Chadwick-Myers miss right after.

The Dolphins outscored Kean, 42-28, in the second half, easily cruising to the victory.

Magliore led all scorers with 31, while Chadwick-Myers and Cox added 19 and 15 respectively. 

Allen Dantzler and Michael Burton each led Kean with 12 a piece.

The Dolphins return to action on Wednesday when they travel to York College, then to Brooklyn College on Friday as they pick up their CUNYAC slate of games.