Walk-on Alex Barlow made a spinning, 6-foot jumper with 2.4 seconds left in overtime as Butler toppled No. 1 Indiana, 88-86, Saturday in the Crossroads Classic in Indianapolis.

Barlow had scored only 12 points all season. The Bulldogs (8-2) handed the Hoosiers their first loss.

The Hoosiers (9-1) were led by Victor Oladipo and Cody Zeller with 18 points each. Indiana had a chance to win it, but Jordan Hulls' half-court heave was off to the left.

Indiana rallied from a 71-64 deficit in the final 21/2 minutes to force overtime and led by 84-80 with 2 minutes, 12 seconds to play. The Bulldogs charged back with two three-pointers and won it with Barlow's short jumper.

Butler's Roosevelt Jones scored 16 points and matched his career highs with 12 rebounds and six assists. He was one of three Butler players who fouled out.

Penn St. 80, Delaware St. 76 - Strawberry Mansion High graduate D.J. Newbill scored 22 points - and the game-winner - as the host Nittany Lions (6-4) survived the 5-6 Hornets' second-half surge to win in overtime.

Fordham 63, Princeton 60 - Junior guard Branden Frazier scored 13 of the Rams' last 17 points to lead a rally over the Tigers (3-6) at New York's Barclays Center. Frazier, who had just two points in the first half, finished with 19 points as the Rams (2-8) snapped a five-game losing streak.

  Delaware Valley 94, Kean 57 - Nick Sullivan came off the bench and was 5 for 5 on his three-point attempts to finish with a career-high 20 points as the Aggies (5-4) slammed the Cougars (3-6).


Haverford 56, Eastern 44 - Senior forward Dominique Meeks reached 1,000 points for her career as the Fords (8-2) topped the visiting Eagles (4-6) in a nonconference game.

Meeks nailed two free throws with 2:24 remaining to hit the milestone. She finished with 16 points, 8 rebounds, 5 steals, and 2 assists.

Philadelphia U. 56, East Stroudsburg 53 - The host Rams scored all six of their points in overtime on free throws to beat the Warriors. East Stroudsburg (2-5) led, 50-44, with four minutes remaining before the Rams scored the final six points of regulation to force overtime.

Widener 98, Rowan 43 - Jennifer Egee scored 18 points off the bench as the Pride (8-2) beat the Profs (3-7) in Chester.