Arlington, Va. - DePauw scored the game's first five goals and defeated Marymount, 11-5, for its third win in the last four games. The Tigers improved to 3-5, while the Saints dropped to 2-8.
Tyler McCoy put the Tigers on the board two minutes into the contest and was one of five different DePauw players to score as DePauw grabbed a 5-0 lead early in the second. The Tigers still led 6-1 before Marymount closed the half on a 3-1 run to trim DePauw's lead to 7-4 at the intermission.
The Saints were within two at 7-5 early in the third, but the Tigers shut them out over the last 26 minutes while scoring four.
DePauw outshot Marymount, 37-27, and committed 20 turnovers to the Saints' 22. The Tigers won 11 of 20 faceoffs with Marymount holding a 38-37 edge in ground balls.
Donny Bleifuss totaled five ground balls and caused four turnovers in the winning effort.
DePauw hosts Wooster at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday.