The College of Staten Island baseball team picked up their 9th and 10th wins of the season this afternoon at the CSI Baseball Complex with the sweep of Maine Presque-Isle.  The Dolphins bumped their mark up to 10-6-1 on the year and extended their win streak to four in a row while the Owls fell to 2-18 on the year. 
Game 1: Staten Island 11, Maine Presque-Isle 0
Derek Jentz would be given the ball for today’s opening game against Maine Presque-Isle.  Jentz came into today’s game with a 2.16 ERA and would drop it down to a 1.17 ERA after a one-hit shutout performance against the Owls.
The Owls struggled to open today’s game as the first three batters would be walked for the Dolphins, allowing them to load the bases without recording a hit.  With no outs, Frank Muzzio would come to the plate and hit a ball deep to left field.  The left fielder, Matt Cauchon was able to get underneath it and make the grab.  Frank Sconzo read the play and was able to tag up to put the Dolphins on the board. Staten Island would go on to double up their lead when Sean Becker ground out to the first baseman which allowed Anthony DiMarco to cross the dish.
Jett Nouvertne got the Dolphins rolling in the bottom of the second, in what would be a six-run inning, with a double to center field, putting a runner in scoring position immediately. Sconzo would match Nouvertne’s double with a double of his own, however, he would get greedy and get thrown out at third.  Nick Meola would double to left center which would score Anthony DiMarco from first after he reached on a single through the left side. The Dolphins had complete control of the first game and the Owls never threaten to score as Staten Island’s defense was stout.
The Dolphins would go on to tally three more runs in the bottom of the sixth capped by a Glenn Glennerster RBI double to center field.
Glennerster would finish the first game 3-for-4 with two RBIs and a pair of runs while Bobby Drake finished 2-for-3 with a team-high three RBIs and a run.
Game 2: Staten Island 13, Maine Presque-Isle 3
The Owls were able to scare the Dolphins in beginning of this game as they were able to better Tom Musso and tally three runs on three hits with an error.
The Dolphins answered the Owls back with a run of their own to cut into the 3-0 lead and make it 3-1.  Meola would double to left field and be brought home by a single up the middle by Muzzio to initiate a 13-0 run over the next six and a half innings. Musso would settle down in the second and was able to keep the Owls off of the board while in the bottom half of the inning CSI was able to knot it up at three.
With the game knotted up at three the Dolphins and Owls would go scoreless in the third before Staten Island unleashed a five-run fourth inning to break open the deadlock. Nouvertne was able to squeeze a line drive down the left field like to get the ball rolling for the Dolphins. DiMarco would reach first after being hit by a pitch and wouldn’t have to wait long to be brought home as Muzzio would double to right field to bring both Nouvertne and DiMarco home.
Staten Island would be on auto pilot for the remained of the game as the pitching was firing on all cylinders.  In the sixth inning the Dolphins would once again go on a scoring spree to pad their lead even more to prevent a late game comeback by the Owls.  The four-run innings saw Ryan Kennedy and Josh Bernstein take their first ever at bats in a Dolphins uniform. Both, however, would be thrown out at first stopping them from recording their first career hits.
Musso would pick up his second win of the season as the Dolphins would cruise to a 13-3 victory over the Owls.  Muzzio had a strong performance in the second contest and would finish 2-for-3 with a team-high three RBIs and a run while Josh Mercado would go on to record a 2-for-2 finish with one RBI and three runs.
The Dolphins return to action on Monday, April 10 when they will host New Jersey City University at 4:00 pm at the CSI Baseball Complex for a doubleheader.