Loyola 71, Niagara 68, OT: Led by Katie Sheahin's 21 points, the Greyhounds (8-12, 3-6 MAAC) edged the visiting Purple Eagles (9-11, 4-5).

Freshman Tiffany Padgett had 12 points for Loyola and sophomore Kara Marshall chipped in 11. Sheahin also had a game-high nine rebounds, and both senior Alyssa Sutherland and Marshall distributed five assists.

Lauren Gatto had a game-high 25 points for Niagara.

James Madison 75, Towson 61: Five players scored in double figures as the visiting Dukes (13-7, 7-1 Colonial Athletic Association) defeated the Tigers (7-12, 1-7).

Towson guard Tanisha McTiller led all scorers with 23 points. The Tigers shot just 31 percent from the field in the first half.

Kirby Burkholder led James Madison with 15 points, while Toria Giggetts finished with 13 points and 10 rebounds.

Johns Hopkins 47, Gettysburg 40: The host Blue Jays (12-9, 10-6 Centennial) played stingy defense and ended a seven-game winning streak for the Bullets (14-6, 11-4).

The win was coach Nancy Funk's 600th at Johns Hopkins, where she is in her 27th season.

The Blue Jays trailed for only 29 seconds in the game and carried a two-point lead into halftime. Gettysburg went 1-for-5 in the game's final 43 seconds and shot 24.3 percent in the game.

Haverford 55, Washington College 54, OT: Jacquelyne Pizzuto made the game-winning layup with 10 seconds left in overtime as the host Fords (12-7, 9-6 Centennial) beat the Shorewomen (10-10, 8-7).

Haverford's Dominique Meeks drew a charge with less than 1 second left in regulation to negate a potential game-winning shot and send the game to overtime.

Washington College led 54-53 in overtime after the two teams failed to score on a combined seven straight possessions. Pizzuto's three points, all in the game's final 10 seconds, proved to be the difference.

McDaniel 61, Dickinson 49: The Green Terror (9-11, 6-9 Centennial) stretched a six-point halftime lead to double digits en route to a win over the host Red Devils (11-8, 7-8).

McDaniel led 29-23 at halftime and opened up the second half with a 7-2 run. Dickinson closed the deficit to 51-44 with 2:51 remaining, but the Green Terror went 8-for-10 from the free-throw line down the stretch to seal the victory.

Steph Perez led the visitors with 19 points, while Belma Mekic paced the Red Devils with 16 points and nine rebounds.