adveristment for the Caimans men’s basketball game
The Caimans men’s and women’s teams enter this weekend with high hopes in the NJCAA Class III Region XV Basketball Tournament.

The No. 4-ranked women Caimans won their quarterfinal game on Tuesday, February 23, against No. 5 Nassau Community College in The Swamp, 64-48, making it the first time in a decade the team has advanced to the semifinals. The women’ team takes on No. 1 Sullivan County Community College on Saturday, February 27, at the Monroe Athletic Complex (1:00 p.m.).

The men’s team, also ranked No. 4, plays its quarterfinal game this Friday, February 26, against No. 5 LaGuardia Community College (5:00 p.m.).

The tournament is being held at Monroe Athletic Complex in New Rochelle.

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