The College of Staten Island swimming & diving squad is back in action this tonight when they travel to Wayne, NJ to take on William Paterson at 6:00 pm in non-conference action.

Matchup:  CSI Men (1-2), Women (1-2)  vs. William Paterson Men (4-0), Women (3-0)
Where: William Paterson University, Wightman Pool, Atrium, 300 Pompton Rd, Wayne, NJ 07470
All-Time Series: WPU women lead 6-0, WPU men lead 5-1
Last Meeting: vs. William Paterson – November 8, 2016, WPU-W won 144-80, CSI-M won 123-114
Players to Watch (CSI): Reigning CUNYAC Swimmer of the Week Jonathan Gorinshteyn will look to continue his great form tonight.  Gorinshetyn had five first-place finishes over the past two meets which helped his team go 1-1 for the week.  CUNYAC Diver of the Week Adil El Haddad brought his best out over the past two meets scoring two season highs.  Fellow CUNYAC Swimmer of the Week, Ewa Wojciechowska also had a stellar week, picking up four first-place markers.  She will use her speed in the pool to try and break their winless drought against the Pioneers.
Players to Watch (WPU): Casey Murphy led the Pioneers in the distance events in their last outing, winning both of them to propel her squad to a 3-0 start to the year. Iris Santos was able to lock up the short events for William Paterson by also claiming a pair of first-place finishes. Anthony Taboadela is the man to catch in the pool for the Pioneers as he posted a perfect meet in his last outing, claiming three first-place finishes.
News & Notes: The men picked up a narrow win last year over the Pioneers while the women are still looking for their first win. Both of William Paterson’s squads are undefeated this season and they will look to keep that intact tonight when they take on the Dolphins in their home pool.