River Forest, Ill. - DePauw scored just 12 seconds into its game at Concordia Chicago and was never threatened in a 23-3 victory over the Cougars. The Tigers moved to 4-3 on the season, while Concordia dropped to 0-6.
The Tigers held a 9-1 lead after the first quarter and 19-1 at halftime.
Brett Krueger paced the Cougars with two goals and shared the team lead with Corey Sheehan as each had five ground balls.
DePauw outshot Concordia, 55-16 and held a 38-14 edge in ground balls. The Tigers also won 21 of the 30 faceoffs and committed just 10 turnovers to Concordia's 20.
The Tigers host Hope on Saturday, April 1, at 1 p.m.