KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -Alex Young made a tie-breaking free throw with 38 seconds remaining, and IUPUI erased an 11-point second-half deficit to beat UMKC 65-64 on Saturday night.
Robert Glenn led the Jaguars (15-7, 8-1 Summit League) with 18 points, and Young had 17.
Jay Couisnard had 22 points and Trey McKinney-Jones 15 for UMKC (9-10, 3-5).
The Kangaroos had possession for all of the time remaining after Young's free throw, but two field-goal tries, both from 3-point range, missed.
Young had six points, and Glenn and Jon Avery had four points each during IUPUI's comeback from a 54-43 deficit with 12:45 remaining. Glenn's layup gave the Jaguars a 61-60 edge with 5:50 to play.
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