Flashback Friday is looking back at the top moments from the 2018-19 athletic year each Friday over the summer at the College of Staten Island. Our countdown continues with a game on the soccer pitch featuring the men’s soccer team, a game that propelled them into the CUNYAC Championship thanks to overtime heroics.

#9 – Dolphins come back for CUNYAC Tournament win over John Jay College
Date:  October 30, 2018
Who:  CSI Men’s Soccer
Where: Brooklyn College – Brooklyn, NY
What Happened:  In the CUNYAC Postseason Tournament Semifinals, the top-seeded Dolphins fell behind early to No. 4 John Jay College, 1-0, and things looked bleak when the lead stood deep into the second half.  That changed, however when Ryan Layman nailed a free kick into goal with 25 minutes to go.  The game would go to overtime, and there, leading scorer Bryant Navarro was the hero.  Philip Lefkowitz would find him on a through ball that he would nail into the goal less than a minute into the extra stanza, giving CSI the golden goal win, 2-1.  CSI would go on to face Baruch College in the CUNYAC Championship a few days later.  The win for the Dolphins in the game against John Jay completed the two-game sweep over the Bloodhounds for the season and gave the Dolphins their 15th win of the 2018 season, a new program record.

Other Highlights
CSI Story

Photo Gallery (CSI’s Regular Season win over John Jay)

Gallery: (9/22/2018) Men’s Soccer vs. John Jay – 9/22/18