Bowdoin, seeded eighth in the NESCAC tournament, upset top-seeded Tufts, 60-54, in the quarterfinals on Saturday at Cousens Gym in Medford.

 The Polar Bears (14-10) move on to the semifinals next Saturday at Amherst. The Jumbos, ranked seventh in the D3hoops.com poll, fell to 23-2.

 Selena Lorrey came off the bench to post a team-high 11 points for Bowdoin, which established a 29-25 halftime lead.

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 Tufts sophomore Hannah Foley tied the score at 52 with a pair of free throws with less than four minutes left, and Hayley Kanner put the Jumbos in the lead for the last time at 54-52.

 Bowdoin scored the next 4 points, all on free throws, to take a 56-54 lead with 46 seconds left. Tufts missed a pair of 3-point shots, and Bowdoin clinched the upset at the line.

NESCAC quarterfinals — Megan Robertson’s 22 points and Bridget Crowley’s 13-point, 14-rebound double-double highlighted host Amherst’s 80-34 drubbing of Trinity (13-11). The second-seeded Jeffs, who are looking for their fourth straight conference title, are ranked sixth in Division 3 . . . Third-seeded Williams (21-4) got 26 points from Claire Baecher in a 72-43 home win over Wesleyan (11-11). The 20th-ranked Ephs also secured career win No. 400 for coach Pat Manning . . . Middlebury (14-11) advanced to the semifinals for the first time since 2002 with a 75-64 win over Bates (12-12). Tracy Borsinger scored 18 points for the fourth-seeded Panthers (14-11).

Baylor 78, TCU 45 — In Waco, Texas, Brittney Griner had 22 points and 10 rebounds in just 23 minutes and the top-ranked Bears (24-1, 14-0) clinched at least a share of the Big 12 regular-season title with a victory over the Horned Frogs (7-17, 0-13), their nation-leading 22d straight win.

UConn 65, Rutgers 45 — Morgan Tuck scored 15 points and Stefanie Dolson added 14 to help the No. 3 Huskies (24-1, 11-1 Big East) beat the Scarlet Knights (14-10, 5-6) in Piscataway, N.J., denying coach C. Vivian Stringer her 900th win.

BU 59, New Hampshire 45 — The Terriers (22-4, 12-1 America East) got a game-high 15 points from Danielle Callahan and used a 20-6 closing run to rally past the visiting Wildcats (9-15, 4-8).

Vermont 46, Stony Brook 43 — Sam Simononis’s 11 points paced the host Catamounts (8-17, 5-7 America East) past the Seawolves (13-13, 5-8).

Maine 74, Binghamton 68 — Liz Wood tied a career high with 22 points and set one with 13 rebounds, and the Black Bears (3-22, 2-10 America East) beat the host Bearcats (4-22, 3-10).

Princeton 67, Harvard 51 — The Crimson (13-8, 4-3 Ivy) committed 23 turnovers in the road loss, with Victoria Lippert (13 points) and Temi Fagbenle (10) the only Harvard players to score in double digits. The first-place Tigers (16-5, 7-0) got a big game from Niveen Rasheed (17 points, 10 boards).

Yale 62, Columbia 43 — The Bulldogs (9-13, 4-4 Ivy) prevailed in New York after building a 21-point halftime lead on the Lions (3-18, 1-6), and four starters finished in double figures with Sarah Halejian and Megan Vasquez at 12 points apiece.

Cornell 60, Brown 58 — Clare Fitzpatrick’s layup with six seconds left was the decisive basket for the host Big Red (11-10, 3-4 Ivy). Sophie Bikofsky had a game-high 21 points for the Bears (7-15, 1-7).

Penn 63, Dartmouth 40 — Keiera Ray netted 19 points as the Quakers (12-9, 5-2 Ivy) rolled over the Big Green (6-15, 4-3) in Philadelphia.

Holy Cross 73, American 63 — Alex Smith had a game-high 20 points in Worcester, and the Crusaders (13-12, 5-5 Patriot) defeated the Eagles (13-11, 6-4).

Fairfield 61, Saint Peter’s 49 — Three players scored in double figures in a balanced win for the host Stags (16-9, 10-4 MAAC) against the Peacocks (2-23, 2-12).

Bryant 71, Wagner 53 — The visiting Bulldogs (9-14, 5-7 NEC) walloped the Seahawks (2-22, 1-2) behind 14 points from Stephanie Blais.

Sacred Heart 59, Robert Morris 52 — In Fairfield, Conn., Gabrielle Washington supplied 19 points as the Pioneers (17-7, 9-3 NEC) beat the Colonials (7-17, 6-7).

Quinnipiac 61, St. Francis (Pa.) 50 — Felicia Barron scored 18 points to lead the host Bobcats (21-2, 12-0 NEC) past the Red Flash (13-11, 8-5).

Mount St. Mary’s 50, Central Conn. 48 — Lauren Arbogast had 18 points, and the host Mountaineers (11-13, 7-6 NEC) edged the Blue Devils (11-12, 5-7).

Bentley 70, Southern N.H. 50 — Courtney Finn (23 points) and Kelsey Roberson (18) each set career scoring bests, and No. 2 Bentley (23-0, 19-0) assured itself at least a share of the Northeast-10 Conference title with its 22d straight home victory. The Falcons are poised to take over the top spot in the Division 2 rankings.