Brooklyn College men’s and women’s basketball teams in the championship, Thursday to Saturday events on campus

For the second year in a row, the Brooklyn College men’s basketball team will be heading to CUNYAC Championship game and the women’s team for 2 years in a row which has not happened since 1984 and 1985. The #3-seeded men’s Bulldogs defeated the #2-seeded College of Staten Island, 78-69 on Tuesday in the semifinals hosted by the City College of New York.  BC will play now play a rematch of the 2015 CUNYAC final against #5-seeded Baruch on Friday 8 pm. At 6 pm the women’s team will play at 6 pm against Lehman. The #2 Bulldogs defeated the #3 College of Staten Island Wednesday 76-70. The key for the women’s team winning was offensive rebounds and the penetrator fouled out. Lehman will a run and gun team that also shoots from the outside. BC stat leaders in the game: Karen Mak had 18 points and 6 assists, 3 steals, Olivia Colbert 18 points, and 17 rebounds, Maya Ajee-Thomas 4 blocks.


BC Events are in the Student Center unless noted. Thursday: De-Stress with the Health and Nutrition Club 12:30- pm. Vagina Monologues, 6-9:30 pm, 2nd floor. MEDO Interdependence Diner (it may be private), 6:30-9:30 pm.   NAACP Hip-Hop Conscious, Jefferson Williams Lounge, 6 pm. RSVP to LinkedIn to Your Career Workshop, 12:30–2 pm, Library PC Multimedia Classroom, Room 383, register under the “Career” tab. Syntel Recruiting Session: Seeking Tech Majors and Business Majors (tech skills), 12:30–2 pm, 1309 James Hall, register at under the “Career” tab. Black History Month Celebration: author and activist Kevin Powell, 4–5:30 pm, New York City College of Technology, 300 Jay Street, Brooklyn, Namm Building, Room 119.

Friday: CPR training 9 am to noon, Jefferson Room, MFA play reading, 12-5 pm, basement. Social Impact Career Fair, off campus, 2:30–5 pm, for graduate students and alumni. Saturday: Preparatory Center Faculty Recital, 1:15 pm, Studio 312, Roosevelt Extension with Ali Kang and Matthew Reichert, violin; Vilija Naujokaitis, piano, J.S. Bach, Chaconne; Falla, Suite populaire espagnole.


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