DePauw lost to the undefeated and third-ranked Wittenberg Tigers 76-64 on Wednesday as they drop their third straight and fall to 7-11 overall and 3-8 in NCAC play.
Greencastle, Ind. -- DePauw trailed by as many as 17 against Ohio Wesleyan on Saturday, but David Vogel's 3-pointer to tie the game with five seconds remaining didn't drop, and the Tigers took a 77-72 North Coast Athletic Conference loss.
An early second half slump and poor free throw shooting did not help DePauw on Wednesday as they fell to NCAC rival Wabash 77-75.
The Tigers have not lost since the calendar year turned to 2018, and they continued that streak Saturday with an 82-50 win over Oberlin.
Behind a season-high 65 percent shooting performance from the floor, DePauw picked up its first, true road win of the season and defeated Denison 83-70 in North Coast Athletic Conference play on Wednesday.
DePauw won their second consecutive game and their first North Coast Athletic Conference game of the year on Saturday with a 54-39 win over Kenyon.
DePauw improved to 4-8 overall after a 103-57 win over Boyce in Neal Fieldhouse on Wednesday.
Heidelberg denied DePauw their ninth consecutive Tampa Bay Shootout championship with a 69-65 victory on Saturday.
DePauw ended a five-game skid and picked up a win in the first round of the Tampa Bay Shootout with a 70-64 victory over Hampden-Sydney.
On the tail end of a back-to-back DePauw lost a first half lead, and Hiram won their third straight NCAC game 66-60 on Sunday.