Colgate at American Records:No. 5 seed Raiders 10-18, 5-9; No. 4 Eagles 15-13, 7-7. Where:Bender Arena. When:7:30 p.m. Radio:WWRC (1260 AM).

At Stake:Semifinal vs. No. 1 Holy Cross (22-8, 13-1) or No. 8 Lafayette (9-20, 3-11) on Sunday at site TBA.

Season Series:AU won both games (70-48 at home; 64-58 in OT on road).

Outlook:After a fast start (7-2) and rough midseason (4-11), the Eagles have regained their momentum with a four-game winning streak that began with a victory at Colgate on Feb. 11. Senior guard Andre Ingram, a first-team all-league selection, is averaging 15 points per game and shooting 43 percent on three-pointers for the Eagles, who are 9-3 at home. The Raiders defeated Navy on Saturday to end a four-game losing streak but are 0-6 all-time at AU.

Navy at BucknellRecords:No. 7 Midshipmen 14-15, 4-10; No. 2 Bison 20-8, 13-1.

Where:Lewisburg, Pa. When:7 p.m. Radio:WFED (1050 AM), WNAV (1430 AM).

At Stake:Semifinal vs. No. 3 Lehigh (12-18, 7-7) or No. 6 Army (14-15, 4-10) on Sunday at site TBA.

Season Series: Bucknell won both games (59-51 at home; 78-63 on road).

Outlook: The Midshipmen, who ended the regular season with three losses in four games, have beaten the Bison just twice in the last 11 meetings. Junior guard Greg Sprink, who had 29 points Saturday at Colgate, is averaging 17.2 per game and shooting 86 percent from the free throw line. Bucknell might regain the services of leading scorer Donald Brown, who has missed seven games because of a broken hand.

-- Steven Goff