Late Kenyon Surge Too Much for Tigers

Late Kenyon Surge Too Much for Tigers

Greencastle, Ind. - DePauw was within two goals of visiting Kenyon after trailing by as many as five, but the Ladies scored four straight and sealed a 15-10 North Coast Athletic Conference victory over the Tigers.

DePauw is now 5-3 overall and 1-2 in the NCAC and had its three-game win streak come to an end, while Kenyon is 5-5 overall and 1-1 in conference play.

The Tigers trailed just 5-3 at halftime as Madi Lozanoski scored with just eight seconds left in the half. Emilye Denny's score just 48 seconds into the second half brought DePauw to within one.

Kenyon responded with a 5-1 run that gave it a 10-5 advantage. Taylor Summers scored a pair of goals, sandwiching a Sarah Ramsey score, to make it 10-8. The Tigers were still down, 11-9, after Ramsey scored with 8:33 remaining, but Kenyon scored just 56 seconds later before adding three scores in the final five minutes.

Seven different DePauw players scored led by Ramsey's three and two from Summers along with three assists. Lis Hawkins stopped seven Kenyon shots.

Kat Englert scored six for Kenyon with three assists, while Mary Grace Detmer added four goals. Carina Barnes recorded 14 saves in goal.

DePauw held a 30-28 edge in shots and the Tigers led in draw controls, 16-11. Kenyon led in ground balls, 30-29 and had one more turnover than DePauw (20-19).

Emily Scinta led the Tigers with four draw controls with Rachel Allen collecting four ground balls. Kenyon's Maggie Grabowski had three draw controls and Englert led with five ground balls. 

DePauw returns to action on Wednesday, April 12, with a 6 p.m. game at Denison.