It was Senior Day for College of Staten Island and the Knights paid the price, the Dolphins using a late first-half surge to defeat the visiting Berkeley College (NJ), 104-65, in the Dolphins regular season home finale. The Dolphins, winners of 10 straight for the sixth time in program history, improved to 17-4 overall, while the Knights fell to 5-13.

Despite the final score, the game was up-for-grabs in what was a see-saw first half. The teams exchanged nine first half leads and tied the score eight times before CSI used a late first half run to balloon a 51-38 halftime edge. The Knights nursed a one-point lead, 31-30, at 5:49, before CSI started to catch fire.

The forward momentum would lead right into the second frame, as CSI voided out a Davonn Boyd lay-up by going on a 13-0 run spanning just over two minutes to take a commanding 63-40 edge with 17:08 to go. From there the Dolphins were in cruise mode, substituting freely to stay fresh, enjoying what would be a 68-30 edge in points inside the paint. Daniel Infante came off of the bench to score 18 for the Knights in the loss.

The Knights return to action on the 14th against Lehman College.