BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Brett Harvey converted a four-point play and made a pair of free throws in the final two minutes, lifting Loyola, Md. to a major 72-67 victory over Indiana on Tuesday night.
Harvey finished with 25 points, five assists and four rebounds, and Jamal Barney scored 13 for the Greyhounds (6-5), who raced out to a 15-0 lead and led by 24 in the first half.
It was Loyola's first victory over a Big Ten opponent, having lost their past seven tries.
Jeremiah Rivers had 15 points and Verdell Jones scored 14 for Indiana (5-6).
After a furious comeback that gave the Hoosiers a 65-62 lead in the second half, Harvey answered with a four-point play to put Loyola ahead 69-67 with about two minutes to go.
Rivers missed a pair of free throws that would have tied it, and Harvey made a pair to give the Greyhounds a 71-67 advantage with 17 seconds left.