NESCAC Quarterfinal: No. 1 Bowdoin 96, No. 8 Connecticut College 75
Top-seeded Bowdoin set a conference tournament scoring record in a 96-75 win over No. 8 Connecticut College in a NESCAC Quarterfinal game. The Polar Bears will host the remaining rounds of the NESCAC Championship and will face No. 5 Middlebury in the semifinals.
NESCAC Quarterfinal: No. 2 Amherst 60, No. 7 Wesleyan 40
Hannah Fox scored a game-high 23 points to lead No. 2 Amherst to a 60-40 victory over No. 7 Wesleyan. The three-time defending champions advanced to the semifinals for the 12th straight season.
NESCAC Quarterfinal: No. 3 Tufts 75, No. 6 Williams 51
Jac Knapp and Emily Briggs both scored in double figures to lead No. 3 Tufts past No. 6 Williams, 75-51. The Jumbos picked up their 20th NESCAC postseason victory in program history.
NESCAC Quarterfinal: No. 5 Middlebury 75, No. 4 Trinity 71
Maya Davis led four Panthers in double figures, scoring 22 points to go with eight rebounds, as No. 5 Middlebury defeated No. 4 Trinity, 75-71. Middlebury earned its 19th victory of the year, the most since the record-breaking 22-win campaign of 2001-02.