GORHAM — Jake Dexter scored the go-ahead run on a sacrifice fly by Kip Richard and 23rd-ranked Southern Maine overcame a four-run deficit to beat Bowdoin 8-7 Tuesday in a nonconference baseball game at Ed Flaherty Field.

Bowdoin (14-17) scored five runs in the top of the third to take a 7-3 lead. Evann Dumont-LaPointe hit a two-run home run, Joe Gentile followed with a two-run double and later scored on a throwing error.

Southern Maine (26-8) scored a run in the fourth on an RBI single by Devin Warren, then added two more in the bottom of the seventh to cut the lead to 7-6.

Dylan Hapworth opened the bottom of the eighth with a single and advanced to third on Dexter’s single. Hapworth scored on a wild pitch to tie the game, then Richard lined out to center field to score Dexter.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

KEENE STATE 18, SOUTHERN MAINE 10: The Owls (7-10, 4-2) posted an 11-2 advantage in the second half as they defeated the Huskies (7-10, 4-2) in the Little East Conference quarterfinals in Keene, New Hampshire.

Kelly Chadnick led Keene State with five goals, and Chelsea Lewis added three. Gabby Smith had two goals and six assists.

Allison Irish, Megan Violette and Ruth Nadeau each had two goals for Southern Maine.

Hala Van Nostrand had seven saves for USM; Alison Argiro had nine for Keene State.

MEN’S LACROSSE

EASTERN CONNECTICUT ST. 17, SOUTHERN MAINE 14: Matthew Rougeot scored eight goals and the Vikings (8-9) scored six unanswered goals to start the game to beat the Huskies (6-10) in the semifinals of the Commonwealth Coast Conference tournament in Mansfield, Connecticut.

Nate Delgiudice scored five goals for the Huskies.

Harrison Urda added five goals for the Vikings, who led 16-11 late in the fourth quarter.

Goals from Paul Leonardo, Sam Fortin and Sam Hornblower cut the lead to 16-14 with 1:59 left for the Huskies, but the Vikings added another goal with under a minute left.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

MAINE: Coach Amy Vachon announced that Parise Rossignol will rejoin the team after choosing to spend last season on the sideline.

Rossingol, who will have two years of athletic eligibility remaining, played in 27 games during the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons.

Rossingnol, a 5-8 guard, played for Van Buren High, where she scored 2,589 points in her four-year career.