BRISTOL, R.I. — Austin Coene scored 29 points Thursday night as sixth-seeded Roger Williams defeated seventh-seeded University of New England 75-58 in a Commonwealth Coast Conference men’s basketball semifinal.

Jaylen Jennings finished with 12 points for the Hawks, who never trailed after Andrew Waski hit a 3-pointer 2:14 into the game for an 8-5 lead. Waski’s basket sparked a 13-3 run over the next 5:55.

Jennings gave the Hawks (12-15) their largest lead at 57-37 on a 3-pointer with 12:57 left.

Devin Thompson scored 13 points and C.J. Autry finished with 12 for the Nor’easters (14-13).

(15) DUKE 80, FLORIDA STATE 65: Grayson Allen scored 18 points, Brandon Ingram added 16 and Duke (21-7, 10-5 Atlantic Coast) beat Florida State (16-12, 6-10) at Durham, North Carolina.

(18) INDIANA 74, ILLINOIS 47: Yogi Ferrell scored 27 points and Indiana (23-6, 12-3 Big Ten) routed Illinois (12-16, 4-11) at Champaign, Illinois.

(24) SOUTHERN METHODIST 69, MEMPHIS 62: Sterling Brown scored 14 points to help visiting SMU (23-4, 11-4 American Athletic) shake off Memphis (15-13, 6-9).

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

(2) NOTRE DAME 71, CLEMSON 52: Reserve guard Arike Ogunbowale scored 16 points to help Notre Dame (27-1, 15-0 Atlantic Coast) run its winning streak to 20 games by beating Clemson (4-24, 0-15) at South Bend, Indiana.

BASEBALL

BATES 9, WHITTIER 4: Samuel Warren and Asher MacDonald each had three hits as the Bobcats (1-1) defeated the Poets (0-7) at Whittier, California.

Warren had Bates’ only extra-base hit, a solo home run in the top of the third inning to make it 3-3. The Bobcats scored another run in the third and added two in the fifth, one in the sixth and two in the eighth.

Connor Speed struck out six, and allowed two earned runs and five hits in five innings for Bates.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

BATES 18, SEWANEE 9: Moriah Greenstein had three goals and the Bobcats (1-0) built a 12-3 lead in the first half against the Tigers (1-2) at Sewanee, Tennessee.

Alex Briody, Annie Duke, Kaileigh Maguire, Teal Otley, Lili Brown and Emma Brinkman each added two goals for Bates.