Third-seeded Brescia outrebounded second-seeded Berea by 15 en route to a 61-55 victory in the semifinals of the women's Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament at Frankfort.
Brittany Bird led Brescia with 26 points and Amelia Keller had 10 rebounds.
Annbruce Madden led Berea with 13 points and Emily Hinkson added 12 points and nine rebounds.
Brescia will play top-seeded Indiana-Southeast in Saturday's championship.
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Led by Ashmere Woods' 18 points and nine rebounds, the Grenadiers defeated Asbury 52-41 in the other semifinals.
Hanover 87, Transylvania 64: The Lady Pioneers, the No. 2 seed in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament, were upset in the semifinals by third-seeded Hanover.
Hanover will play top-seeded Franklin, the tournament's hosts in Saturday's finals.
Union 70, Reinhardt 67: Bryan Station graduate Kearney Demus scored 13 of his 23 points in the first half of the Bulldogs win in the semifinals of the Appalachian Athletic Conference Tournament at Barbourville. Union will play Virginia-Wise in Saturday's championship game.
Centre 64, Millsaps 49: Danny Noll scored 17 points and had six rebounds in Centre's quarterfinals victory in the Southern Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament at Jackson, Miss.
Indiana-Southeast 106, Asbury 85: The top-seeded Grenadiers routed Asbury in the first men's semifinals matchup in the KIAC tournament at Frankfort. Rick Bodiford had 22 points, eight rebounds and five steals and George White added a season-high 20 points for Indiana-Southeast.
KIAC names players of year
Berea's Mikah Turner, a Mason County graduate, and Indiana-Southeast's Whitney Duncan, who played at Moore, were named players of the year in the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.