GREENCASTLE, IND. -- NCAA Division III No. 1 ranked
DePauw University stayed unbeaten in women's college basketball
with a 79-36 victory over Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology on
DePauw placed four players in double figures to improve to 10-0
on the season. Alex Gasaway led the Tigers with 16
points. Alison Stephens and Kate Walker added 12 points each,
with Kathleen Molloy scoring 10 for DePauw.
Freshman Addie Johnson (Caledonia, Mich./Catholic
Central) and sophomore Sheree Williams (Bluffton,
S.C.) led the Rose-Hulman effort with eight points
Other key contributors for Rose-Hulman included junior
Kelsey Ploof (Noblesville) with seven points,
freshman Andi Evers (Cincinnati, Ohio/Mount Notre
Dame) with six points, and freshman Carrie Morris
(Altadena, Calif./Mayfield) with five points and two
DePauw shot 45% from the field and held the Fightin' Engineers
to 34% in the contest. Rose-Hulman led 5-4 after a
three-point play by Evers and stayed within 14-11, before DePauw
scored 20 straight points late in the first half.
Rose-Hulman stands 3-7 on the season and faces Spalding
University (2-5) in the third-place game of the DePauw Invitational
on Sunday at 3 p.m.