Mansfield, Ohio - Paced by Larisa Luloff's medalist performance, DePauw captured its second straight North Coast Athletic Conference championship and earned a spot in the NCAA Division III Championships.
The Tigers finished with a 649 (329-320) which was four strokes ahead of Wittenberg.
Luloff won the individual title by one stroke with a 154 (77-77) over Denison's Emmy Timberlake.
Earning second team all-NCAC honors were Rachele Miller in seventh with a 162 (80-82) and Anna Foley in eighth at 164 (86-78). Allison Miller tied for 12th with a 169 (86-83) and Emily Balding was 14th at 175 (86-89) as both were honorable mention all-conference.
The Tigers swept the individual honors as Vince Lazar was named NCAC Women's Coach of the Year, while Luloff earned Player of the Year honors and Balding was the Newcomer of the Year.