Montgomery started all five players celebrating their senior day in the second game of the Terps' doubleheader against Wisconsin on Saturday.
Courtney Wyche and Trinity Schlotterbeck combined to strike out 11 and only allowed three runs across the two games.
Two runs in the top of the eighth inning doomed the Terps in the second match of their three-game series against the Wolverines.
The Terps made short work of the Eagles' pitching and downed them by mercy rule.
After a pitchers' duel of a first game, the Terps bats came to life in the second game against the Nittany Lions.
The Razorbacks' Mary Haff shut the Terps out with a perfect game, but later they put on an offensive show against the Dukes.
The Terps' winning streak was capped at five after losing to the 49ers in the second game of the day.
After dropping their first game at the Chanticleer Showdown, the Terps won four straight and sit at 8-5 on the season.
The Terps won both legs of a doubleheader for the first time on the season, and now sit at 7-6 early in their spring campaign.
The Terps have been using their speed to make up for a lack of power at the plate.