VESTAL, N.Y. — Liz Wood recorded her 15th career double-double and the University of Maine women’s basketball team earned its 13th straight victory, beating Binghamton 70-56 on Saturday.

Wood finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds for Maine, which improved to 21-6, 13-1 in America East play.

Lauren Bodine added a season-high 17 points and went 3 for 7 from 3-point range. Mikaela Gustafsson added 11 points for the Black Bears.

Maine started both halves quickly. The Black Bears took a 10-0 lead in the first half, then opened the second with a 12-4 run for a 45-23 lead.

Jasmine Sina scored 10 points for Binghamton (4-23, 2-12). Sherae Swinson added 12 points and 10 rebounds.

EASTERN CONNECTICUT 56, SOUTHERN MAINE 41: Shannon McCourt scored 12 points to pace the Warriors (17-8, 10-4 Little East Conference) in a win over the Huskies (12-13, 8-6) at Willmantic, Connecticut.

Miranda Nicely led the Huskies with eight points and eight rebounds.

ROGER WILLIAMS 74, UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 68: Katie Lowerre’s jumper 18 seconds into overtime gave the Hawks (19-6, 16-2 Commonwealth Coast Conference) the lead, and they held on to beat the Nor’easters (20-5, 16-2) in Bristol, Rhode Island.

Alanna Vose forced overtime for UNE with a pair of free throws with 12 seconds left in regulation.

Teagan Dunn and Angelica Ariola scored 19 points each for Roger Williams. Vose finished with 22 and Kelly Coleman 15 for UNE.

BOWDOIN 80, MIDDLEBURY 52: Shannon Brady scored 25 points to lead the No. 2 Polar Bears (22-3) past the No. 7 Panthers (11-14) in a NESCAC quarterfinal at Brunswick.

Bowdoin advances to play No. 3 Amherst in the semifinals next Saturday.

Ally Silfen had 17 points off the bench for Bowdoin. Sara Binkhorst added 12.

AMHERST 62, COLBY 40: Megan Robertson had 16 points, nine rebounds and five blocked shots as the third-seeded Lord Jeffs (23-2) beat the No. 6 Mules (16-9) in a NESCAC quarterfinal at Amherst, Massachusetts.

Mia Diplock scored 15 points for Colby.

Hannah Hackley added 14 points for Amherst.

JOHNSON & WALES 59, ST. JOSEPH’S 57: Raquel Pederzani made a 3-pointer with 3 seconds left, and the Wildcats (16-9, 8-3 GNAC) beat the Monks (16-9, 6-5) in a regular-season finale at Standish.

Morgan Cahill scored 20 points for St. Joseph’s.

Bobbie Whitefield had 20 points for Johnson & Wales.

SOUTHERN MAINE CC 62, CENTRAL MAINE CC 58: Jordan Turner stole the ball twice in the final 1:11 as the Seawolves (20-7) held on to beat the Mustangs (19-6) in a Yankee Small College Conference semifinal at South Portland.

Alicia Hoyt and Amira Jones scored 15 points each for the Seawolves. Laura Soohey and Gabby Foy finished with 16 each for Central Maine CC.

Women’s hockey

FRANKLIN PIERCE 4, SOUTHERN MAINE 1: The Ravens (19-5-1, 13-4-0 ECAC East) scored three goals in the third period to defeat the Huskies (8-14-3, 6-8-3) at the USM Ice Arena in Gorham.

Bryana Harron scored to give Franklin Pierce the lead. Marisa Ketterman added a power-play goal and Katie Flynn added an empty netter.

Sarah Sheils gave Franklin Pierce the lead in the first. Cassandra Sherman tied it for USM.

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 4, UMASS-BOSTON 3: Shannon Smith tied the game with 7.7 seconds left in the third period, then scored the winner with 1:35 left in overtime as the Nor’easters (6-14-5, 3-11-3 ECAC East) beat the Beacons (9-12-4, 6-9-2) at Boston.

Emily Corrales and Smith also scored less than three minutes apart earlier in the third.

CONNECTICUT 2, MAINE 1: Sarah MacDonnell scored in overtime and the Huskies (7-17-5) edged the Black Bears (10-17-3) at Orono.

Hailey Browne gave Maine a 1-0 lead in the second period. Kayla Campero tied it in the third. Meghann Treacy finished with 23 saves for the Black Bears.

Hamilton 2, Colby 1: Megan Fitzgerald scored in the third period as the Continentals (10-9-4, 4-8-3 NESCAC) beat the Mules (13-10, 5-10) in Clinton, New York.

Delaney Flynn scored for Colby. Teal Gosselin scored the other goal for Hamilton.