WESTON, Mass. — The Bowdoin College men’s basketball team completed a weekend sweep with a 74-61 win Saturday over Regis in the Tip-Off Tournament hosted by the Pride.

The Polar Bears (2-0) defeated the host Pride (1-1) in the first-ever meeting between the two teams.

Keegan Pieri led the Polar Bears with 20 points and 10 rebounds. John Swords supplied 18 points and three blocks, while pulling down nine rebounds. Andrew Madlinger added 14 points.

Carlos Bermudez-Glean had 20 points for Regis.

A 3-pointer to open the game provided Regis its only lead of the game before Bowdoin gained control. A Swords dunk spurred a 10-4 run for the Polar Bears. The Pride battled back, pulling within four at 11:25, before Bowdoin drained a pair of threes and Lucas Hausman sank two free throws to put the Polar Bears back up 26- 16.

Down by 16 with under 10 minutes to play, the Pride began chipping away at the Polar Bears’ lead. Regis narrowed the score to 61-50 at 6:37, before Bowdoin went on a 13-5 run over the next five minutes.

Bowdoin, scheduled to host St. Joseph’s on Saturday (4 p.m.,), converted on 46 percent of its shots, while Regis sank 38 percent. The Polar Bears also led in rebounding, 40-27.

On Friday, Grant White scored a career-high 20 points to lead Bowdoin to an 80-55 win over Western Connecticut State University in its season debut at Regis.

White added nine rebounds and connected on 8-of-12 shots from the field, including 3-of-5 from 3-point range. Swords posted a double double with 11 points, 13 rebounds and four blocked shots. Pieri (14 points) and Hausman (11) also saw double figures for Bowdoin.

Jengodji Gates led Western Conn. with 13 points.

Behind 15 points from White and 58 percent shooting from the field in the opening stanza, Bowdoin sprinted to a 43-33 halftime lead. The Polar Bears squashed all hopes of a comeback as they opened the second half on a 15-3 run, opening up a 58-36 advantage with under 13 minutes to play.

The Polar Bears dominated on the glass, holding a 54- 26 advantage in rebounding and totaling 34 points in the paint.

Women’s basketball

Bowdoin defeated host Salem State 81-49 to capture the Tip-Off Tournament title on Saturday afternoon.

The Polar Bears (2-0) outpaced the Vikings (1-1) in every statistical category.

Bowdoin’s offense was paced by Marle Curle, who had 19 points and six rebounds. Curle was named tournament MVP.

Megan Phelps added 16 points, nine assists, three steals, which landed her All- Tournament recognition. Sarah Binkhorst and Shannon Brady added 13 and 10- points, respectively.

Rachel Carter was Salem State’s leading scorer with 18 points.

The Vikings jumped out a 7-3 lead in the opening four minutes of play, but the Polar Bears took permanent control at 14:48 as a Brady hoop gave Bowdoin a 10-9 lead. Bowdoin led 26-20 at the break.

Phelps and Salem’s Ashley White traded 3-pointers in the opening minutes, while another 3-pointer from Curle sparked a 20-5 run en route to a 52-28 lead at 12:31.

Bowdoin shot 44 percent from the field, while holding the Vikings to 31 percent. The Polar Bears edged the hosts 49-40 in rebounds and minimized turnovers, allowing only four points off the change of possession, while capitalizing with 25 points off Viking turnovers.

Bowdoin hosts Endicott Tuesday at 7 p.m.

On Friday, Kirsten Prue scored 14 points as Bowdoin never trailed in a seasonopening 66-55 win over Norwich University at Salem State.

Prue added four rebounds, four assists and four steal, while Phelps dropped in 11 points and nine rebounds, and Brady 12 points and six rebounds.

In all, 11 different players scored for the Polar Bears, who held a 26-5 advantage in bench points.

Aliah Curry led all players with 21 points for Norwich.

Bowdoin quickly jumped to a 17-4 lead after just five minutes before the Cadets started chipping away. Prue nailed a 3-pointer to give Bowdoin a 32-25 advantage with under two minutes to play in the half, only to have Curry trim the lead to 32-28 with a trifecta just before intermission.

The Polar Bears held a 49- 47 advantage with 6:46 to go, but a Prue 3-pointer extended the Bowdoin lead to 52-47. The shot sparked a 10-2 run, capped by a Phelps lay-in and free throw that made it 59-49 with 4:15 to play.

Bowdoin connected on 46 percent of its shots for the night, while holding Norwich to 32 percent from the field. The Polar Bears held a 41-37 edge on the boards. Bowdoin committed 20 turnovers, leading to 19 Norwich points.