Tigers Earn Third Win in Last Four Games

Tigers Earn Third Win in Last Four Games

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.

Matthew Dauw led the Tigers with three goals, while Quinn Roddy and Patrick Durnien each added two. Jack Richey assisted on a pair. Michael Burns paced Marymount with two goals.

Charlie Robson recorded six saves for the Tigers, while Luke Ruiz-Funes had four. Grey Clarkson stopped 13 shots for Marymount.

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.