After a season-opening loss, the College of Staten Island men’s tennis team has ripped off three wins in a row, and they will look to stay hot and stay undefeated within the CUNYAC as well, when they travel to face Brooklyn College at Brooklyn’s courts at 3:30pm.

Matchup: College of Staten Island (3-1, 1-0 CUNYAC) vs. Brooklyn College (2-4, 1-0 CUNYAC)
Where: Roosevelt Tennis Courts – 2900 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
All-Time Series:  CSI leads, 24-10
Last Meeting: April 9, 2018 – CSI won 7-2
Players to Watch (CSI): The Dolphins are looking to stay hot in Doubles where they have won their last 9 matches and 11 of 12 this season.  The team of Matthew Vesci and Tao Lin are undefeated this season and will look to stay consistent and get their unit started today.  Ivi Selenica and Alex Tsui are 3-1 in Doubles this season and will look to win their fourth-straight.  In Singles, both Tsui and Hwang lead CSI with 3-1 records in the Nos. 3-4 positions.  Matthew Kotlyar is CSI’s only undefeated tennis player having posted a 2-0 record this season at No. 6.
Players to Watch (BC): BC is led by No. 1 Singles player Justin Vasquez, who has posted a 1-4 record in the top spot.  The wins leader, however, is Christian Pena, who is 4-2 this season playing at No. 4 and No. 6.  Lance Hermosisima is 2-0 having won both of his No. 6 matches.  Samuel Meyerovich has also fared well, going 2-1 this season that includes a 2-0 mark in the No. 3 spot.  
News & Notes:  CSI holds an all-time lead over Brooklyn in the series, 24-10, but it has been all CSI of late as they have won 12 of the last 13 meetings since 2008.  The lone blemish was a 5-4 Brooklyn win in 2014 in Staten Island.  You’d have to go back to April 10, 2007, for BC’s last win over CSI in Brooklyn, and the Dolphins have won the last six meetings on Brooklyn’s home courts, sporting an all-time record of 12-4 there.  One losing streak is coming to an end today.  CSI dropped their first game of the season, but they’ve responded with three-straight wins, including their CUNYAC-opener on Saturday to Hunter College.  The Bulldogs lost their first four matches of the season, but since then have won two-straight, including their CUNYAC-opener against York College, 9-0.  Both teams are sporting identical, 9-0, wins over St. Joseph’s College of Brooklyn as well.  Today will be BC’s third home match of the season.  They are 1-1 this year at home and finished 5-2 at home last year.  CSI is 1-1 this season on the road and were 4-4 last year on the road.