The Fort Lewis College womens softball team rallied in the second game Saturday for a Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference split with UC-Colorado Springs in Farmington.
The home games for Fort Lewis were moved to Farmington because of snow on the Skyhawks on-campus field in Durango.
UC-Colorado Springs won the opener 5-4.
Fort Lewis, behind Hayley Bolyards three hits, won the second game 10-6.
Bolyard drove in four runs in the nightcap with a single, double and a two-run home run for Fort Lewis (11-10, 9-3 RMAC).
After Fort Lewis led 3-0 in the second game, UC-Colorado Springs pulled within 3-2 on a two-run homer by Christina Blanton.
The Skyhawks added three runs in the second, helped by Bolyards sixth home run of the year.
She added a two-run double to right-center in the third inning.
Kassie Haubert (4-2) pitched five-plus innings to collect the win.Katie Watkins pitched the final inning for FLC.
Myndee Thompson and Cierra Walters had two hits each for FLC.
In Game 2, we rebounded, Fort Lewis head coach Kira Zeiter said in a news release.
In the opener, UC-Colorado Springs limited the Skyhawks to only six hits in the 5-4 victory for the Mountain Lions.
The difference came down to the two teams at the plate, Zeiter said. Six hits isnt going to be enough against a really good UCCS team.
The Skyhawks took a short-lived 2-0 lead in the opener after Destinee DeHerrera singled and Kaylynn Harmon hit her fourth homer of the year.
UC-Colorado Springs (8-6, 6-4 RMAC) tied the game, helped by a pair of Fort Lewis errors.
More errors enabled the Mountain Lions to extend their lead to 5-2.
Alexis Villegas (3-3) started for FLC. She left the game in the fifth inning after allowing only two earned runs. She struck out five.Stephanie Janes pitched in relief.
The Skyhawks also rallied with two more runs in the bottom of the sixth inning.
Bolyard led off the inning with a homer to left center.
After Kamalii Peneku drew a walk and advanced to second on a groundout, Janes nearly tied the score with a deep fly ball to straightaway center.
The ball got away from the UCCS center fielder, who crashed through the outfield fencing. The play was ruled a ground-rule double, with Peneku scoring to cut the lead to 5-4.
UCCS ended the rally with the potential tying run at second base.