DePauw Picks Up Third Win in Last Four Games

DePauw Picks Up Third Win in Last Four Games

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.

Grace Clarke led the Tigers with five goals and four assists, while Caleigh Ranjo and Emma Kennedy each scored four. Kinna Laymon scored two of the Panthers' 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.