Hanover, Ind. - DePauw closed the first half with six straight goals and outscored Hanover, 7-2, in the second half on the way to a 16-4 win. The Tigers improved to 4-6, while the Panthers dropped to 3-7.
Hanover scored first with 24:55 left in the opening half, but DePauw countered just 40 seconds later on a goal from Sophie Hensley before Grave Clarke put the Tigers ahead for good at the 20:43 mark.
DePauw held a 3-2 lead and finished the opening 30 minutes with six goals in the final 12:30 to take a 9-2 lead into the intermission. The Panthers scored twice in the opening 1:45 of the second half, but the Tigers delivered the game's final seven goals.
Kathryn Hopkins recorded four saves for the Tigers with Julia Long totaling 12 for Hanover.
DePauw held a 12-9 edge in draw controls as Kenney totaled five.The Tigers also led in ground balls, 29-21, with Maeve Sheehan collecting six. Erica Rapelje and Maeve Sheehan paced the Tigers with three caused turnovers apiece.
DePauw outshot the Panthers, 35-12, and committed 19 turnovers to Hanover's 31.
The Tigers travel to Allegheny on Saturday, April 6, for a Noon contest.