The Georgetown College men are one win from a three-peat.
The second-seeded Tigers went 32-for-36 at the free-throw line to beat sixth-seeded Campbellsville 81-73 in the Mid-South Conference Tournament semifinals in Frankfort on Saturday. The two-time defending tourney champs will face No. 5 seed Cumberlands in the finals Sunday.
Garel Craig led Georgetown (24-7) with 28 points. Cedric Henderson had 19 for Campbellsville (21-11).
Cumberlands 56, Lindsey Wilson 45: Zavion Neely scored 19 points, and fifth-seeded Cumberlands (19-11) eliminated top-seeded Lindsey Wilson (21-9) to advance to the Mid-South finals. Lindsey Wilson was held to 1-of-12 shooting from three-point range.
No. 6 North Carolina 88, No. 4 Duke 70: Kendall Marshall had 20 points and 10 assists, and North Carolina beat host Duke to win the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title. Tyler Zeller had 19 points and 10 rebounds, and Harrison Barnes added 16 points for the Tar Heels (27-4, 14-2), who never trailed. Mason Plumlee had 17 points and brother Miles 16 for Duke (26-5, 13-3).
No. 7 Missouri 81, Texas Tech 59: Kim English scored 20 points, and Missouri (27-4, 14-3 Big 12) hit a season-best 16 three-pointers to beat host Texas Tech (8-22, 1-17).
Iowa St. 80, No. 9 Baylor 72: Scott Christopherson had 23 points in his final home game, and Iowa State (22-9, 12-6 Big 12) rallied to beat Baylor (25-6, 12-6) for its second win over a top-10 opponent this season.
Illinois State 65, No. 15 Wichita State 64: Tyler Brown made two free throws with 6.4 seconds left and finished with 25 points as Illinois State (20-12) upset 15th-ranked Wichita State (27-5) in the semifinals of the Missouri Valley Tournament. The Shockers had won nine in a row and 17 of 18.
Tennessee 68, Vanderbilt 61: Host Tennessee clinched a bye in the first round of the SEC Tournament with a win against Vanderbilt (21-10, 10-6). Tennessee (18-13, 10-6 SEC) will be the No. 2 seed if No. 1 Kentucky beats Florida on Sunday.
Georgia 67, South Carolina 55: Gerald Robinson scored 23 points to lead host Georgia (14-16, 5-11) over South Carolina (10-20, 2-14).
Auburn 67, LSU 52: Frankie Sullivan matched his season high with 22 points, and host Auburn (15-15, 5-11) snapped a three-game losing streak in a victory over LSU (17-13, 7-9).
Mississippi 60, Alabama 51: Terrance Henry scored 10 points and blocked a three-point shot in the final 30 seconds, and host Mississippi (18-12, 8-8) beat Alabama (20-10, 9-7).
Mississippi State 79, Arkansas 59: Arnett Moultrie had 20 points and 10 rebounds for his 18th double-double of the season, and host Mississippi State (21-10, 8-8) routed Arkansas (18-13, 6-10).
Northern Kentucky 72, Missouri-St. Louis 70: Eshaunte Jones' three-pointer with three seconds left sent No. 3 seed NKU (23-5) past No. 2 seed Missouri-St. Louis (19-9) and into the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament championship game. The Norse shot 10-for-10 on three-pointers in the second half. Jones scored all 20 of his points in the second half as well. NKU will face the Bellarmine-Southern Indiana winner in Sunday's finals in Springfield, Ill.
Kentucky Wesleyan 82, Indianapolis 81: Seventh-seeded Kentucky Wesleyan (17-12) rallied from a nine-point deficit in the second half to beat Indianapolis (19-10) and advance to its first GLVC Tournament championship game. The Lady Panthers will play No. 5 seed Maryville on Sunday in Springfield, Ill. Kristen Rowe led Kentucky Wesleyan with 21 points.
Cumberlands 77, Campbellsville 64: League player of the year Lauren Wombles had 23 points, and top-seeded Cumberlands (27-3) beat Campbellsville (20-12) to reach the Mid-South tourney finals in Frankfort. Cumberlands will face No. 2 seed Shawnee State on Sunday. Mackenzie Lee led Campbellsville, last year's tournament champion, with 13 points.
Shawnee State 81, Lindsey Wilson 68: Catrice Mitchell scored 24 points, and Shawnee State (27-4) overcame 30 turnovers to oust Lindsey Wilson (20-12) in the Mid-South semifinals. Ashley Rainey led Lindsey Wilson with 30 points and 12 rebounds.
Sun Belt women
Western Kentucky 66, Louisiana-Monroe 50: Alexis Govan tied a career high with 22 points, and WKU (9-20) advanced to the Sun Belt Conference Tournament quarterfinals in Hot Springs, Ark. The Lady Toppers will play Middle Tennessee on Sunday.
DePaul 76, South Florida 62: Former LCA standout Anna Martin had 33 points and six assists to lead DePaul over South Florida on Saturday in the second round of the Big East Tournament in Hartford, Conn. The Blue Demons (22-9) will face top-seeded Notre Dame in the quarterfinals on Sunday.
Friday's late game
Carroll College 84, Transylvania 74: Dan Kratz and Alec Molter scored 15 points each, and Carroll (16-9) stunned 18th-ranked Transy in the NCAA III Midwest Regional semifinals in Transylvania's Beck Center on Friday night. Barrett Meyer led Transy (23-5) with 18 points.