The Bears edged host Eastern Nazarene College Thursday.
The Bridgewater State University women’s tennis team finished the regular season with a victory Thursday afternoon.
The Bears improved to 10-5 by edging host Eastern Nazarene College, 5-4, in a non-conference match in Quincy.
Amanda Strickland, Olivia Sweeney of Taunton and Rachel Tarantino posted singles wins for BSU.
The teams of Bojana Roman and Alison Scagnelli plus Sweeney and Tarantino won in doubles.
The Bears will ake part in the Little East Conference tournament next week.
For ENC, Lindsey Steelman and Sharon Biondi won in doubles while Emily Ruttkowski, Adele Duval, and Lindsey Steelman won in singles.
Elsewhere in college action:
UMass Dartmouth 4, Bridgewater State 3: The Bears (4-8, 3-6 Little East) lost when the Corsairs broke a 3-3 tie with less than six minutes to go.
Samantha Hayes and Emma Daly had given BSU a 2-0 lead in the first half, but UMass Dartmouth tied it before the break. Tori O’Dea also scored for the Bears.
Salve Regina 3, Bridgewater State 0: Elexi Miskiv had 21 assists and Cassidy Tyros had 16 digs for the Bears (4-15), who dropped their fourth straight match.
Salem State 3, Eastern Nazarene 1: Kelly Couite of West Bridgewater assisted on ENC’s only goal, scored by Kyndall Fry.