DePauw held a two-run lead going into the eighth inning but Webster plated three runs in the top half and took a 6-5 non-conference win on Sunday.
DePauw recorded their first sweep of an NCAC opponent this year with 10-3 and 19-6 victories over Hiram on Saturday.
Rose-Hulman took an 8-7 non-conference win over DePauw on Thursday after a late rally left the Tigers just a run shy.
DePauw was nearly flawless in game one of a doubleheader against Wittenberg on Tuesday where they put up 18 runs and received a complete game shutout from their starting pitcher, but a 6-2 loss in game two turned the day into a split in NCAC play.
Kenyon scored five late runs in the eighth of game two and denied DePauw a split in a pair of NCAC games Sunday at Grand Park in Westfield, Ind.
DePauw lost a pair of NCAC games against Denison on Wednesday, 8-3 and 13-9.
Earlham scored three in the bottom of the ninth, and a walk-off single from Dre Davis sent the Quakers to a 7-6 win over DePauw on Sunday.
DePauw split with Oberlin on Saturday with an 8-1 victory in game one and a 6-1 loss in game two as they broke a five game skid and collected their first NCAC win.
Saturday was an offensive display for both DePauw and Wooster, but it was the seventh-ranked Fighting Scots who defeated DePauw 11-10.
DePauw came close to stealing a victory away from seventh-ranked Wooster but fell a run shy in a 4-3 contest on Friday.