BOSTON — Kat Gadbois and Kelsey Dumond scored the final two goals of overtime to give St. Joseph’s a 17-15 win over Simmons in a Great Northeast Athletic Conference women’s lacrosse game Saturday.

It was the 14th consecutive victory for the Monks (14-1, 9-0 GNAC), who led 14-12 in the waning moments of regulation before Greer Gilbert scored twice to force overtime.

Jackie Wilson gave the Monks a 15-14 edge just 43 seconds into overtime. Sara Rademacher tied the score again for Simmons (6-8, 4-5), but Gadbois scored the winner with 2:28 left and Dumond made it 17-15 with 46 seconds remaining.

Elizabeth Elcock led St. Joseph’s with five goals. Elyse Caiazzo had three goals and five assists, and Dumond also scored three goals.

SOUTHERN MAINE 14, EASTERN CONNECTICUT STATE 6: Sam Campobasso notched eight goals to lead the Huskies (5-10, 2-2 Little East) over the Warriors (4-10, 2-3) in Gorham.

Julia Pearl added three goals for USM, Sarah Pelligrinelli had two goals and an assist, and Anh Nguyen contributed a goal and three assists.

ROGER WILLIAMS 17, UNE 12: McKenna Everding scored five goals to pace the Hawks (10-4, 6-1 Commonwealth Coast) in a win over the Nor’easters (7-8, 4-3) at Biddeford.

Hannah Warren finished with five goals for UNE, which trailed 13-11 with 15:49 left before Roger Williams responded with three straight goals.

Rachel Schwaner, Jessica Deedon and Macki Hill added two goals apiece for UNE.

BOWDOIN 17, WESLEYAN 5: Bowdoin (12-2, 7-2 NESCAC) used a 13-1 surge to pull away from the Cardinals (4-10, 0-9) in Middletown, Connecticut.

Megan O’Connor scored four goals to lead the Polar Bears. Emma Beecher finished with three goals and two assists, Annie Glenn also had three goals, and Lindsay Picard finished with two goals and two assists.

COLBY 12, WILLIAMS 9: Abby Hatch finished with four goals and an assist, and Sasha Fritts had three goals and an assist for the Mules (10-4, 5-4 NESCAC) in a win against the Ephs (7-6, 3-6) at Williamstown, Massachusetts.

The game was tied 3-3 before the Mules took command late in the first half with four straight goals, including two from Fritts.

Kendall Smith had two goals and two assists for Colby. Dana Swaffield also scored twice.

SOFTBALL

SOUTHERN MAINE SWEEPS KEENE STATE: Kristen Duross’s two-run single broke a 1-1 tie in the third inning as Southern Maine (18-14, 5-5 Little East) prevailed 3-1 in the first game of a doubleheader against Keene State (10-14, 5-5) in Gorham.

Taylor Lux and Mary Caron drove home two runs apiece to lead USM to a 5-1 win in the second game.

Amber Kelly gave USM a 1-0 lead in the first inning of the opener, singling home Courtney Davis. The Owls tied it in the third, but Jen Lynch walked leading off the bottom of the inning, Mary Caron reached on a throwing error, and both eventually scored on Duross’s hit.

Danni Humphrey singled home Samantha Crosman and Lux doubled home pinch-runner Lauren Beganny to give the Huskies a 2-1 lead in the second inning of Game 2. Caron rapped a two-run single to center as USM added three runs in the fourth.

SUFFOLK, ST. JOSEPH’S SPLIT: Mariah Harrison hit a two-run single and Theresa Hendrix added a two-run triple during a seven-run sixth inning for St. Joseph’s (23-9, 14-6 GNAC) in a 10-3 win over Suffolk (23-9, 17-5) at Standish.

The Monks fell behind 3-0 in the top of the fourth but tied the game on a three-run homer by Kelsey Gaddy in the bottom half of the inning.

In Game 2, Suffolk erased an early 3-0 deficit and held on for a 5-3 win.

Theresa Hendrix had a pair of hits for the Monks, including a two-run double during a three-run first inning.

BOWDOIN, COLBY SPLIT: Julia Geaumont struck out five and walked one while tossing a five-hitter for the Polar Bears (21-10, 8-3 NESCAC East) as they clinched a playoff berth with a 3-0 win over the Mules (10-15, 3-5) in the second game of a doubleheader at Waterville.

Cielle Collins went 4 for 4 with an RBI double for the Polar Bears, who also got an RBI single from Jordan Gowdy and an RBI double from Lauren O’Shea.

Colby won the opener 1-0, as Megan Michie pitched a four-hitter.

The Mules took the lead in the bottom of the second when Skylar Labbe walked and scored on a two-out single by Erica Pulford.

Geaumont took the loss despite allowing only three hits.

BATES, HAMILTON SPLIT: Victoria Fitzgerald tied the game with an RBI triple and scored the go-ahead run on a wild pitch as the Bobcats (3-16) scored three runs in the bottom of the sixth to rally past the Continentals (11-14) for a 5-3 win in a doubleheader opener at Medford, Massachusetts.

Bates opened the scoring with a two-run triple by Karen Lockhart in the third inning. Kelsey Freedman struck out six and walked three while tossing a four-hitter for the Bobcats.

Hamilton used a six-run fifth inning to pull away for an 11-4 victory in Game 2.

Maddie Inlow had two hits, two walks and two RBI for Bates.

CURRY SWEEPS UNE: Ariel LaRosa and Kelly Dugan combined to drive in 11 runs for the Colonels (10-13, 7-7 Commonwealth Coast) as they swept a doubleheader against the Nor’easters (16-15, 8-6) at Biddeford.

In the opener, Abby Lambert had a pair of hits and Amanda Vallante singled home the only run for UNE, which lost 10-1 in five innings.

Lambert scored on an error in the second inning to give UNE a 1-0 lead in Game 2, but Curry won, 6-1. Cat Ouellette had two hits for the Nor’easters.