Crawfordsville, Ind. - DePauw took the top three spots and won the Wabash Hokm Karem with the minimum six points. St. Mary's (Ind.) was second with 15 points.
Heather O'Brien and Hope Jordan combined to finish first among the individuals in a time of 35:59.2, while Stefanie Pavlick and Megan Everhart were second in 36:39.8. Becca Conley and Emma MacAnally rounded out the Tigers' scorers with a third-place showing in 36:45.7.
"It's great that we won our first meet," DePauw head coach Kori Stoffregen said.
"Heather O'Brien has established herself as our top runner and we are getting a great effort from our seniors."
The Tigers return to action on Saturday, September 13, at the Knights Invitational in Grand Rapids, Mich.