Greencastle, Ind. -- DePauw improved to 4-8 overall after a 103-57 win over Boyce in Neal Fieldhouse on Wednesday.
Freshman Josh Hall posted a career-high 19 points, while 15 of the 18 Tigers who saw the court scored. Senior David Vogel scored all 16 of his points in the first half, and Junior Andrew Kus added 10 points.
Boyce (0-13) was led by a game-high 22 points from Adam Rabke. A.J. Caldwell added 10.
DePauw started to run away from the Bulldogs in the first half where an 11-0 run made it a 26-10 game just eight minutes in. A steal and an assist from James Clarke to Vogel on a fast break closed the half 49-23 in favor of the Tigers.
DePauw led by more than 30 for the remaining 15 minutes and led by as many as 47 late in the second half.
The bench saw plenty of playing time outscoring Boyce's 47-15. Ken Decker scored eight, and Matt Mahlke scored seven. Clarke, Matthew Godfrey, Connor Holly and Pete Feely each contributed five points. Riley Doody and Luke Steinhart each dished out five assists.
Hall led the game with eight rebounds, which tied a career-high in that category as well.
DePauw shot 50 percent (39-of-78) from the floor, 39 percent from beyond the arc (15-of-39) and 71 percent from the free throw line (10-of-14). They outrebounded the Bulldogs 49-29 with 21 points off turnovers, 11 second chance points and 10 fast break points.
The Tigers remain at home this weekend for an NCAC matchup against Kenyon at 1 p.m. in the first of a men/women doubleheader.