MISSOULA, Mont. — Kaylee Ree lined a three-run single and scored on Madison Cathcart’s hit down the left-field line as Seattle University used a four-run rally in the bottom of the seventh inning to get past the University of Maine in a 6-5 softball victory Saturday.

Sara Dominguez started the winning rally for the Redhawks (9-17) when she reached on a fielding error. Alyson Matriotti and Paige Bouska singled to load the bases before Ree sent a single to center.

Maine had overcome a 2-0 deficit, scoring five runs in the sixth, on a solo homer by Kristen Niland and Erika Leonard’s grand slam.

MONTANA 10, MAINE 1: Madison Saacke laced a three-run double to right- center and Gabby Martinez followed with a two-run triple as the host Grizzlies (11-15) took a 6-1 first-inning lead and beat the Black Bears (3-16) in five innings in their second game Saturday.

Montana added three more in the second and another in the fourth.

Alyssa Derrick’s home run in the top of the first was one of the two hits Maine managed against Montana pitcher Colleen Driscoll. Maddie Moore had a single for the Black Bears.

USM 6, CARLETON 5: Courtney Davis had four hits and two RBI to lead Southern Maine (1-0) past Carleton (3-1) at Auburndale, Florida.

Taylor Lux, Mary Caron and Allison Pillar each had two hits for the Huskies. Caron had two RBI.

USM scored four times in second to take a 5-0 lead. Caron laced a two-run double during the rally, with Lux and Davis adding RBI singles.

D’YOUVILLE 4, USM 2: Cameron Colan launched a three-run triple as the Spartans (1-1) scored all their runs in the first inning of a victory over Southern Maine (1-1) in its second game Saturday.

Samantha Crosman doubled home Amber Kelly in the second inning for the Huskies, and Shelby Obert doubled home Courtney Davis in the third.

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TRINITY 9, BATES 5: Allie Barrett, Grace O’Donnell, Nicole Stauffer and Kiley Coffey each scored twice for Trinity (5-1, 3-0) against the Bobcats (3-3, 0-3) in a NESCAC game at Lewiston.

Teal Otley’s three goals led Bates, with Allison Dewey and Camille Belletete scoring the other two.

Clare Lyne added a pair of assists for Trinity, while goalie Zoe Ferguson made 11 saves to mitigate a 16-13 Bates advantage in shots on goal.

COLBY 10, TUFTS 9: Kendall Smith scored four goals and assisted on a fifth to lead the Mules (2-2, 1-2 NESCAC) past the Jumbos (2-2, 0-2) at Medford, Massachusetts.

Maddie Hatch added two goals and two assists for Colby, while Lexie Perticone registered two goals and one assist.

Kelsey Bowen and Grace Crowell also scored for Colby.

Kate Mackin had three goals for Tufts, while Taylor Meek and Dakota Adamec scored twice each. Megan Toner and Caroline Nowak netted the other two goals.