The Dolphins will once again square off against the Cougars of Medgar Evers College.  CSI is coming off a good CUNYAC win over York College after they dropped a close game to CCNY.  The women will use the momentum they gained from the win against the Cardinals and carry it over to tonight’s game and look to pick up their second win in  a row as the regular season begins to come to a close.

Matchup: CSI (14-7 overall, 10-3 CUNYAC) vs Medgar Evers College (2-20 Overall, 2-11 CUNYAC)
Where:  Sports & Recreation Center – 2800 Victory Boulevard, Staten Island, NY
Tip-Off:  5:30pm
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Promotion: Chance to win $10,000 at the half of tonight’s game
All-Time Series: CSI leads 43-3
This Year’s Result: CSI won 79-60
Players To Watch (CSI):  Samantha Flecker, second leading scorer on the team, is coming off of a huge 22-point win over York College and will look for a repeat performance tonight.   Jamie Pifalo is coming off of a season high 15-point game in which her team needed every one of the points to get past the Cardinals.  Pifalo drained three, three-point shots to give the Dolphins the lead they needed.  Pifalo will look to find her groove tonight against the Cougars.  ?
Players To Watch (MEC): The Cougars will be led by Danyelle Foster tonight.  Foster is coming off of a 10-point, 9-rebound game against University of Valley Forge and will look to post bigger numbers tonight.  In fact, the last time Foster stepped on the court against the Dolphins she recorded a monster 19-point, 16-rebound double-double in the loss. Senior Nia Thompkins is always a threat when she is on the court and will look to add scoring assistance to Foster.
News & Notes: Staten Island has had their way with the Cougars over the years and have tallied up 18- straight wins in a row.  When it comes to playing at the Sports & Recreation Center the Dolphins have only dropped one game (21-1) to the Cougars and that came back all the way in the 1994 season.  The Dolphins play great defense against the Cougars and the 60 points they allowed earlier this year was the first time the Cougars put up that many points since the 2010 season.  The Dolphins are hard to stop when they shoot 35% or better from beyond the arc. Against the Cardinals the Dolphins shot 31% (8-26 3-pt) and also shot over 80% from the free throw line for the first time since they shot 86% against Baruch College