The College of Staten Island men’s soccer team returns to the CSI Soccer Complex this afternoon at 4:00 pm to take on CUNYAC opponents York College.  This afternoon there will be a CSI soccer SCARF GIVEAWAY for the first 100 fans that show up to the game.

Matchup:  CSI (3-3-1 overall, 0-1 CUNYAC) vs. York College (0-6 Overall, 0-0 CUNYAC)
Where: CSI Soccer Complex – 2800 Victory Blvd, Staten Island, NY
Kick-Off: 4:00 pm
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All-Time Series:  CSI leads 27-10-1
Last Meeting: CSI won 3-0
Players to Watch (CSI): The Dolphins’ offense has been stagnant as of late after an explosive start to the season however Jacob Szumanski has been solid in the back.  Over their last three games the Dolphins have allowed just two goals and that is due to Szumanski commanding his back line.  Also showing up big for the Dolphins has been freshman Jake Foeldes in goal making save after save to give his team every possible chance to win the game.  Up front the tandem of Marcin Klim and Adrian Cosovic will look to return to form.  Cosovic will look to score his first goal in the Dolphins uniform while Klim will look to continue his scoring spree and return as one of the top scorers in the country. 
Players to Watch (YC): Erik Bailon has six shots for the Cardinals with four on goal.  Bailon has also tallied a goal on the year and will look to put his team on the board for the first time in three games.  Nigel Sampson has played 279 minutes in goal and has made 28 saves with a 3.23 goals against average.
News and Notes:  The Cardinals have started 0-6 on the year and have only scored four goals through those six games while allowing 27.  The Cardinals will play in their first CUNYAC game of the season and will try to pick up their first win.  When playing at the CSI Soccer Complex the Dolphins are 16-3 against the Cardinals, having won the last three meetings here.  Overall the Dolphins are on a six game winning streak against the Cardinals and will look to extend that to seven this afternoon as well as snap their losing skid.  In that six game winning streak over York, CSI has outscored them 21-4.