Despite a spirited comeback attempt in the second half of Wednesday's game versus the John Jay College Bloodhounds, The City College of New York women's basketball lost 63-55. A big second half run brought the Beavers within one point midway through the second half but the Bloodhounds held them off to secure the win.
The City College of New York women’s basketball team couldn’t keep up with the visiting team from Brooklyn College on Friday night, falling 71-53. The Bulldogs of Brooklyn improve to 11-4 and 6-2 in the CUNYAC while the host Beavers of CCNY drop to 5-9 and 3-5 in conference play.
Giovanna Blanco scored 21 points on ten of 13 shots and pulled down seven rebounds to lead the City College of New York women’s basketball team over host York College, 52-51, on Tuesday evening. The Beavers of CCNY improve to 4-6 and 3-3 while the Cardinals of York dip to 1-9 and 0-4.
Bria Fisher ended the regular season with her 11th double-double as the freshman finished with 15 points on 6-of-10 shooting and added 10 rebounds and Giovanna Blanco recorded three blocks but the hot streak of Brooklyn College continued as the Bulldogs forced 25 turnovers in a 64-27 victory over the Beavers on Tuesday evening at the Nat Holman Gymnasium.
The City College of New York men’s and women’s basketball programs head into the final game of the 2012-13 regular season with a playoff spot secured in the upcoming City University of New York Athletic Conference Championship Tournament.
The regular season finale is upon us as the City College of New York (4-19, 4-11 CUNYAC) host the red hot Bulldogs of Brooklyn College (19-5, 13-2 CUNYAC) on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at 5 p.m. at the Nat Holman Gymnasium.
A late runner banked off of the glass with just two seconds left and the City College of New York’s second-half surge ended in heartbreak as the Beavers (4-19, 4-11 CUNYAC) were turned away by the Lightning of Lehman College (4-18, 4-10 CUNYAC), 53-51, despite Bria Fisher’s 19 point, 19 rebound performance on Wednesday evening at the Nat Holman Gymnasium.
The City College of New York (4-18, 4-10 CUNYAC) returns to Nat Holman Gymnasium for the final three games of its regular season as the Beavers host Lehman College (3-18, 3-10 CUNYAC) tomorrow at 6 p.m.
Bria Fisher posted another double-double and finished with 13 points and 12 rebounds, Joyce Li added 11 points on 4-of-8 shooting off of the bench and Giovanna Blanco pulled down 11 rebounds but York College (2-20, 2-11 CUNYAC) avenged its loss to the Beavers earlier in the season to down the City College of New York (4-18, 4-10 CUNYAC), 65-55, on Monday evening at the York College Gymnasium.
Bria Fisher and Syreeta Williams scored 15 points apiece and Giovanna Blanco pulled down 12 rebounds and swatted away three shots but the slow start was too much to overcome as the City College of New York (4-17, 4-9 CUNYAC) were turned away by the Hawks of Hunter College (9-12, 8-5 CUNYAC), 67-58, on Saturday afternoon at Nat Holman Gymnasium.
Syreeta Williams was 7-of-11 from the field and finished with 14 points but the balanced Dolphins attack allowed the College of Staten Island (11-9, 8-3 CUNYAC) to defeat the City College of New York (4-16, 4-8 CUNYAC), 78-47, on Wednesday evening in the second game of a doubleheader at the College of Staten Island Sports and Recreation Center.
Baruch College scored 18 points off of 20 Beaver turnovers as the Bearcats (18-1, 11-0) stayed perfect in conference play with a 62-31 victory over the City College of New York (4-15, 4-7 CUNYAC) on Monday evening at Nat Holman Gymnasium.
A balanced attack by the City College of New York saw five players reach double figures as the Beavers improved to 4-6 in conference play and 4-13 overall with a 75-30 rout over Medgar Evers College (0-19, 0-10 CUNYAC) on Friday evening at the Cougars Cave.
Bria Fisher posted her seventh double-double of the season and finished with 17 points and 12 rebounds but the Bloodhounds of John Jay College (10-8, 7-2 CUNYAC) pulled down 50 rebounds in a 76-46 defeat over the City College of New York (3-14, 3-6 CUNYAC) on Wednesday afternoon at Nat Holman Gymnasium in front of 2,000 fans.
The City College of New York women’s basketball team (3-12, 3-5 CUNYAC) returns to Nat Holman Gymnasium for a noon tip-off tomorrow against City University of New York Athletic Conference foe John Jay College (9-8, 6-2 CUNYAC).
Kendra Rivers dished out a career-high seven assists in 34 minutes of action but the Bulldogs’ defense forced 33 turnovers and led to 37 points as Brooklyn College (11-5, 6-2 CUNYAC) defeated the City College of New York (3-12, 3-5 CUNYAC), 73-40, on Saturday afternoon at the West Quad Center.
The City College of New York returns to City University of New York Athletic Conference action tomorrow as the Beavers (3-12, 3-4 CUNYAC) head to Brooklyn to face the Bulldogs of Brooklyn College (10-5, 5-2 CUNYAC) at 12:30 p.m.
Bria Fisher posted her sixth double-double of the season with a team-high 13 points and 10 rebounds and Syreeta Williams added 10 points and 10 rebounds but Old Westbury’s 42 points in the paint and CCNY’s offensive struggles allowed the Panthers to sail past the City College of New York, 71-41, on Wednesday evening at Nat Holman Gymnasium.
The weekly NCAA Division III national rankings came out on Monday and the City College of New York men’s basketball team is ranked in the top 50 in steals/game and senior point guard Paul Dail ranks in the top 10 in assists/game and in the top 25 in steals/game while the CCNY women’s basketball team ranks in the top 50 in three-point field-goal defense.
Reigning City University of New York Athletic Conference/Con Edison Rookie of the Week Bria Fisher and Giovanna Blanco picked up their fifth double-double and second double-double of the season, respectively, but the City College of New York (3-11) fell to former women’s basketball head coach Kevin Clifford and the College of Mount Saint Vincent (5-8) in a nail biter on Monday evening, 54-52, at the Peter Jay Sharp Center.
The City University of New York Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week honors continue to pile up for the City College of New York as Anthony Lewis and Bria Fisher earned CUNYAC/Con Edison Rookie of the Week honors for the week of Jan. 7- Jan. 13.