Staten Island Dolphins

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 13-11 - Conference: 7-3
11/18 at New Jersey City Final W, 75-58
11/21 vs. Western Connecticut Final L, 87-59
@ Amherst
11/22 vs. FDU-Florham Final - 2OT L, 90-89
@ Amherst
11/24 at Ramapo Final L, 61-60
12/1 at New York City Tech * • Final W, 72-30
12/3 at Brooklyn * • Final L, 76-64
12/9 vs. Drew Final L, 57-50
12/23 vs. SUNY-Old Westbury * • Final W, 91-82
1/3 vs. Colby Final L, 90-48
@ Orlando, Fla.
1/4 vs. King's Final L, 62-49
@ Orlando, Fl.
1/6 at Lehman * • Final W, 48-47
1/9 vs. York (N.Y.) * • Final W, 76-73
1/11 vs. New York University Final L, 79-49
1/13 vs. Medgar Evers Final W, 95-49
1/16 vs. CCNY Final W, 83-67
1/20 vs. John Jay * • Final W, 84-57
1/27 at St. Joseph's (Bklyn.) Final W, 51-42 BX
1/29 at Medgar Evers Final W, 93-74
2/3 at York (N.Y.) * • Final W, 69-68
2/6 vs. Baruch * • Final L, 74-62
2/13 vs. New York City Tech * • Final W, 84-62
2/14 at Brooklyn * • Final L, 89-60
2/21 vs. York (N.Y.) Final W, 68-54
2/24 at Baruch Final L, 82-62
@ CCNY's Nat Holman Gym

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 13-11 - Conference: 7-3
12/1 at New York City Tech * • W, 72-30
12/3 at Brooklyn * • L, 76-64
12/23 vs. SUNY-Old Westbury * • W, 91-82
1/6 at Lehman * • W, 48-47
1/9 vs. York (N.Y.) * • W, 76-73
1/20 vs. John Jay * • W, 84-57
2/3 at York (N.Y.) * • W, 69-68
2/6 vs. Baruch * • L, 74-62
2/13 vs. New York City Tech * • W, 84-62
2/14 at Brooklyn * • L, 89-60

(* Conference; • Region)
/conf/CUNYAC/Women/2009-10/standings-div1 : /conf/CUNYAC/Women/2009-10/standings-div2 : /conf/CUNYAC/Women/2009-10/standings

2009-10

Baruch 12-1 23-6
Lehman 8-5 11-16
Hunter 7-3 16-12
CCNY 4-6 9-17
John Jay 1-12 1-24

2009-10

Staten Island 7-3 13-11
Brooklyn 9-4 17-11
York (N.Y.) 8-5 13-12
New York City Tech 1-10 3-22
Medgar Evers 0-7 8-18

Past Records

2017-18 (23-4, 15-1 CUNYAC)
2016-17 (22-7, 13-3 CUNYAC)
2015-16 (19-9, 13-3 CUNYAC)
2014-15 (17-12, 12-4 CUNYAC)
2013-14 (21-8, 14-2 CUNYAC)
2012-13 (16-12, 12-4 CUNYAC)
2011-12 (9-14, 6-5 CUNYAC)
2010-11 (7-18, 5-8 CUNYAC)
2009-10 (13-11, 7-3 CUNYAC)
2008-09 (22-6, 12-1 CUNYAC)
2007-08 (22-8, 12-1 CUNYAC)
2006-07 (13-15, 8-5 CUNYAC)

Team Info

Coach: Marguerite Gualtieri
Conference: CUNYAC

Staten Island

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 9696
Location: Staten Island, NY
Colors: Blue, Gray
Region: Atlantic
Arena: Sports & Rec. Center (1200)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

January 27, 2019 Hoopsville: Did You See... If you relaxed, again, and didn't watch games, you missed another set of significant outcomes. From upsets to statement games, there was plenty to pick from in just the last few days. Dave and guests try and break it all down on Hoopsville. Watch it On Demand or listen to the podcast!
July 25, 2018 New Paltz alum named coach at CSI State Island selected former SUNY New Paltz guard Nicole Sarcone as its new head women's basketball coach, replacing Tim Shanahan who resigned in June.
June 26, 2018 Staten Island women's coach steps down After six seasons as head coach, including three of them with more than 20 victories, Tim Shanahan is leaving his position as head women's basketball coach at Staten Island.
February 2, 2018 Public service powers Atlantic stars SUNY-Maritime center Patrick MacDonald is ready to embark on an exciting career after graduating. Staten Island's Tim Shanahan had a remarkable career before becoming a head coach. Their public service experiences give them a special kind of leadership and perspective on the game. More in Around the Nation.
January 23, 2018 Pasaturo passes major milestone Staten Island senior guard Christina Pasaturo scored the 2000th point of her career in the Dolphins' 84-57 win on Monday night. The All-American guard is the active career scoring leader for Division III women's basketball.
February 24, 2017 Friday: Half-court heave wins NJAC Championship weekend got off to a stellar start as Ramapo beat New Jersey City University in the NJAC title game with a half-court buzzer beater. In other early finals the Staten Island women won the CUNYAC and Calvin bounced Hope from the MIAA tournament.