The College of Staten Island baseball and softball programs are scheduled to take on John Jay College this afternoon at noon.  The baseball team will play a single 9 inning game while the softball team will play a doubleheader down at the CSI Softball Complex.
The Dolphins took on John Jay College yesterday afternoon in a CUNYAC double header and improved to, 4-1, in the conference and now hold sole possession of first place. CSI scored 19 runs on 22 hits in game two against John Jay while the Bloodhounds scored 9 runs on 11 hits.  Elijah Rodriguez led the Dolphins as he went 3-for-4 with 4 RBIs and a run. Staten Island leads the Bloodhounds, 69-40, all-time and have won the last 10 meetings.  When playing at Tomas D. Morales Field the Dolphins boast a 37-21 record over John Jay and will look to improve upon that this afternoon.
The Bloodhounds secured their first win of the season on Friday when they took on Mount Saint Vincent and won, 2-1. John Jay’s pitching staff currently sits in last place in the CUNYAC with an average ERA of 11.53.  The Bloodhounds are currently hitting .283 as a team good for fourth place within the CUNYAC.
The Dolphins most recently took on Baruch College and won, 11-0, in game one and, 22-0, in game two.  With the pair of wins the Dolphins improved to, 19-7, overall and, 9-1, in the CUNYAC and put them back on the winning track. 
Staten Island is, 56-7, all-time against the Bloodhounds and have won the last 9 meetings.  CSI sits in third place in the batting category with a .340 team batting average.  The Dolphins’ pitching staff is the best within the CUNYAC and boasts a combine ERA of just 3.57.