The College of Staten Island women’s basketball team will welcome the Bloodhounds of John Jay College for their second CUNYAC game of the season. The Dolphins will look to stack CUNYAC wins tonight at 5:30 pm at The Tank in Staten Island, NY.
CSI VS. JOHN JAY COLLEGE AT-A-GLANCE
Matchup: CSI (4-2, 1-0) vs. John Jay (4-2, 1-0)
Where: The Tank – 2800 Victory Blvd., Staten Island, NY
Live Stats: https://csidolphins.com/sidearmstats/wbball/summary
Live Video: www.csidolphins.com/csisportsnet
All-Time Series: CSI leads, 46-15
Last Meeting: January 20, 2018 – CSI won, 68-26
Players to Watch (CSI): The Dolphins are coming off of a dominating win against CUNYA foes, CCNY. In that contest, Kayla Schmitter scored a team-high 16 points while getting assistance from Megan McEwan and Devin Mooney who each scored 14. Schmitter recorded her second career double-double in the win. Mooney’s 14 points were a career-high, helping the Dolphins to their first CUNYAC win of the year. McEwan not only leads the team with 15.2 points per game but also in steals with 21 steals on the year. Diana Todaro will continue to make her living inside the paint as she leads the team with 7.5 rebounds per game.
Players to Watch (JJC): Also coming off of a CUNYAC win, All’aha Albright poured in 27 points. On the season, Albright is averaging a team-high 18.3 points and grabbing 8.2 rebounds per game. Leading the charge on the defensive end is Nyasha Howard who is averaging a double-double on the year. Howard is pulling down a team-high 11.2 rebounds per game while adding 12.8 points per game. Lily Rakitzis takes charge on the floor and distributes the ball around to the tune of 2.8 assists per game.
News & Notes: The Dolphins have owned this series dating back to 1981. This will be the 62nd meeting all-time with the Dolphins winning 13-straight. At The Tank, Staten Island is a strong 25-4 with the last loss coming back in 1988. Over the last five meetings, John Jay has been held to just 40 points per game against Staten Island, while the Dolphins have averaged 85 during that same span.