Seniors Sent Off with Senior Day Win

Seniors Sent Off with Senior Day Win

Greencastle, Ind. -- DePauw gave their seniors a rightful send-off on senior day as the Tigers closed their season with a 2-0 win over Oberlin.

After a scoreless first half, Craig Kenney scored the eventual game-winner for DePauw in the 49th minute scoring right in front of the net once gaining possession. It was the senior's first collegiate goal.

DePauw put Oberlin away in the 67th minute as sophomore Sam Kramer scored his third of the year.

Senior goalkeeper Ben Davis got the start and made six saves to push his overall record to 3-3. DePauw outshot Oberlin 18-9 and recorded seven shots on goal.

The Tigers also took three corners and held the Yeomen to zero. Fouls were distributed 11-8 as DePauw committed three more than their opposition.

DePauw finishes the season 6-6-4 overall and 3-3-3 in the NCAC. Oberlin moved to 7-9-2 and 3-6 in conference.

Davis, Kenney, Taras Tataryn, Peter White and Keaton Voegerl were honored before the game for senior day activities.