Oberlin, Ohio -- The DePauw men's basketball team snapped a seven-game losing streak on Saturday with a 64-53 win over Oberlin.
The second win of the season over Oberlin moves DePauw to 7-12 overall and 3-9 in the North Coast Athletic Conference. Oberlin drops to 11-8 overall and 6-6 in conference play.
The bench outscored Oberlin's 21-6, which included a 16-0 difference in the first half where DePauw led 31-20.
Sophomore Forrest Nettles was the first off the bench and scored four early points. He finished with a career-high six points. Fellow reserve James Clarke also added six points to match his career-high from earlier this year.
DePauw shot 39 percent from the floor (20-of-52) and 35 percent from 3-point range (8of-23). They were also 16-of-23 (70 percent) from the free throw line.
Oberlin shot 34 percent from the floor (18-of-53) but struggled from deep, shooting 15 percent (3-of-20) from beyond the arc.
Oberlin's only lead came at the start of the game when they opened to a 5-0 run. Lattner gave DePauw its first lead six minutes into the game with a 3-pointer to make it 10-9. Oberlin tied it twice more in the first half but DePauw never let them get any closer.
DePauw had its biggest lead of 19 with 13:48 remaining in the game.
Both teams committed 13 turnovers, and DePauw held the slight advantage in rebounds (38-35) and second chance points (8-6).
The Tigers return to action and return home Friday, Feb. 5 to face Allegheny at 6 p.m.