DURHAM, N.H. — Sean Goldrich passed for two touchdowns and ran for another as top-seeded New Hampshire survived several scares before pulling away in the fourth quarter for a 35-30 win over Chattanooga on Friday night in an FCS playoff quarterfinal.

R.J. Harris had 172 receiving yards and a pair of touchdowns, taking a screen pass 61 yards with 11:04 remaining for New Hampshire’s second touchdown in a span of 2 minutes, 19 seconds.

The two quick scores allowed the Wildcats (12-1) to finally pull away and advance to the national semifinals for the second straight year. New Hampshire also reached 12 wins for the first time in school history despite being outplayed by the Mocs (10-4) for the first three quarters.

MEN’S BASKETBALL

BOWDOIN 72, UM-FARMINGTON 41: Lucas Hausman scored 23 points, and the Polar Bears built a 36-14 lead in the first half against the Beavers at Farmington.

Hausman scored seven points during a 10-0 run early in the first half that put Bowdoin ahead 19-4.

Bryan Hurley added 19 points, including five 3-pointers, and Pieri Keegan and John Swords had with seven points apiece for the Polar Bears (5-2).

Uriah Forest-Bulley scored 16 points for the Beavers (2-5), and Pet Sumner scored his 1,000 point late in the second half.

(14) IOWA STATE 90, IOWA 90: Naz Long scored a season-high 21 points and Iowa State pounded Iowa on the road without suspended star Bryce Dejean-Jones.

Reserve Abdel Nader scored 19 points and Georges Niang had 16 with seven assists for the Cyclones (7-1), who opened the second half on a 21-2 run to pull away from the rival Hawkeyes (8-3).

FLORIDA STATE: Scoring leader Aaron Thomas was declared ineligible for the season.

The school announced his removal from the team Friday night in a release Coach Leonard Hamilton declined comment in the statement.

The 6-foot-5, 195-pound guard was averaging 14.8 points. He led the team in scoring last season.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

(14) MARYLAND 94, AMERICAN 50: Shatori Walker-Kimbrough scored 23 points on 8-of-12 shooting and grabbed 10 rebounds, leading Maryland in a rout at home.

Laurin Mincy added 16 points with eight boards for the Terrapins (8-2).

WOMEN’S HOCKEY

UNION 2, MAINE 0: Jessica Kaminsky and Nicole Russell scored in the third period, and Shenae Lundberg stopped 28 shots as the Dutchmen (4-11-2) handled the Black Bears (7-10-2) at Schenectady, New York.

Meghann Treacy made 25 saves for Maine.