Alex Young scored 21 points and Thomas added 20 to lead IUPUI, which hadn’t led since just under 15 minutes remained. IPFW led 55-45 before the Jaguars began their comeback.
Christian Siakam had 15 points, including the tying free throws with 1:10 left, and a team-high seven rebounds for the Jaguars (10-15, 4-9 Summit), who have won back-to-back games after losing seven straight.
Trey McCorkle led the Mastodons (10-13, 4-10) with 14 points and seven rebounds. Frank Gaines and Mario Hines each scored 13 for IPFW, which has lost of seven of its last eight games.
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