The College of Staten Island women’s basketball squad returns to action tonight when they travel to New York, NY to take on CUNYAC opponents, John Jay College. The Dolphins, winner’s of four straight, will look to keep their streak alive tonight at the Doghouse while preventing the Bloodhounds from finding their way back into the win column. 

Matchup: CSI (14-4, 8-1 CUNYAC) vs. John Jay (9-8, 5-4 CUNYAC)
Where: The Doghouse – 524 W 59th St, New York, NY
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All-Time Series: Staten Island leads 47-15
Last Meeting: December 4, 2018 – Staten Island won 83-58
Players to Watch (CSI): Kayla Schmitter is coming off of a career night, netting 21 points on 70% shooting from the floor. Schmitter also picked up her third double-double of the year when she pulled down 10 rebounds. Jacquelyn Cali tied her season-high with a 13 point outing against CCNY. Cali was extremely effective finding her open teammates for a game-high six assists. Megan McEwan currently leads the team in scoring with 14.5 points per game while also leading the way with 3.2 assists. McEwan has quick hands on defense and robbed opposing offense’s 2.9 times per game. Diana Todaro sits second on the team in points per game with 12.1, however, she paces the team in rebounds with 8.8 per game. 
Players to Watch (JJC): Katie Healy is coming off of a 26 point outing against Saint Joseph which is her third-highest output of the year. Healy also dominated the boards, grabbing a team-high 16 rebounds, four of which were offensive. All’aha Albright scored just 9 points on 17 shots but was able to hit a pair from behind the arc. Nyasha Howard scored 13 points and dished out four assists against Saint Joseph. 
News & Notes: The Dolphins dominated the Bloodhounds at The Tank earlier this season, 83-58, and scored 20+ points in every quarter except the fourth. Staten Island has won 14-straight against John Jay, dating back to the 2013 season which is also the last time the Dolphins lost at the Doghouse. John Jay boasts a healthy 6-3 record at home, however, Staten Island is playing well away from home with a record of 7-2.