In a contest where it rained throughout, the DePauw field hockey team managed to collect their sixth consecutive win after shutting out Oberlin 4-0 on Sunday.
DePauw scored all of their goals in the first half before giving their starters a rest for a majority of the second half.
Kate Milner scored the second goal in the 10th minute, breaking free for a one-on-one with the goalie after a lead pass from Paige Berliner. Finally, senior Addie Ball connected with her eighth goal of the season from the top of the circle off a pass from the corner via Rose Revolinski.
The Tigers outshot the winless Yeowomen (0-13, 0-11) 22-8. Sarah Foye made three saves in net to improve to 8-1 on the year.
DePauw is now 12-3 overall and still sit in first place of the NCAC at 9-1. They'll face big challenges next weekend when they travel to Kenyon on Saturday and Denison on Sunday – the second and third place teams in the conference.
DePauw returns to Reavis Stadium Oct. 26 when they host Earlham on Play for the Cure night.