The College of Staten Island women’s basketball team will defend their home court for the second game in a row and will want to continue their win streak. This afternoon the Dolphins will square off against the Beavers of CCNY in their sixth straight CUNYAC game.

Matchup: CSI (13-4, 7-1 CUNYAC) vs. CCNY (9-7, 5-3 CUNYAC)
Where: The Tank – 2800 Victory Blvd., Staten Island, NY 10314
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All-Time Series: Staten Island leads 41-22
Last Meeting: November 30, 2018 – Staten Island won 74-53
Players to Watch (CSI): Jacquelyn Cali found her stroke against the Bearcats on Wednesday, sinking 4-of-6 from behind the arc. When Cali is firing on all cylinders, it gives the Dolphins an added dimension which stretches opposing defenses. Megan McEwan was able to benefit from the stretched defense by collecting five assists and pouring in 15 points. Diana Todaro and Rosa Perone have caused issues for opposing teams inside the paint as Todaro’s physicality and Perone’s height pair well together. 
Players to Watch (CCNY): Debra Chan and Ashley Brooks pace the Beavers with 10.9 and 10.6 points per game, respectively. Brooks is the rim protector as well, tallying 15 blocks and pulling down a team-high 12.1 rebounds per game. Emily Arias is hitting a team-leading 32% of her 3-point attempts which has translated into 7.2 points per game. Mara Poch has started in 13 games this season and is dishing out 2.9 assists per game. Crystal Blair led the Beavers in their last outing with 17 points on 5-of-6 shooting from the floor and cashing in on 7-of-8 free throws. 
News & Notes: Staten Island comes into today’s game on a 3-game win streak while City College of NY comes in off of a dominating CUNYAC win over Lehman College. The Dolphins have defended home court well against the Beavers, posting a 19-9 home record while winning 15 straight in The Tank. The Beavers have played well on the road this season, winning six of their 9 games away from the Nat Holman Gymnasium. CCNY is averaging 60 points per game as a team and is hitting 35% of their shots. The Dolphins are tallying 66 points per game with an average margin of victory of 12 points while converting 38% of their shots.