Drexel Coach Bruiser Flint missed the Dragons' game against Memphis Monday night after being suspended for violating the Colonial Athletic Association's standards of sportsmanship.
CAA commissioner Tom Yeager suspended Flint for one game after the Dragons' coach was ejected during a loss Saturday at Bucknell. Flint missed a chance to coach against Memphis' John Calipari for the first time.
Flint was Calipari's assistant for seven seasons at Massachusetts. He took over at UMass when Calipari took a job with the New Jersey Nets in 1996.
Memphis defeated the Dragons 87-49.
Northeastern 55, Indiana 42: Northeastern took advantage of 21 Indiana turnovers and got 17 points from Matt Janning to pull off its first win over a Big Ten team in more than 17 years.
The Huskies (6-4) have now won three straight, all on the road.
Indiana (5-6) started fast, fizzled out and started pressing itself into even more mistakes. The Hoosiers' Devan Dumes made a three-pointer with 26 seconds left. That was enough to avoid IU's first sub-40 point game since Jan. 27, 1951.
Berea 85, Transylvania 80 (OT): The visiting Mountaineers (8-5) scored the last nine points in overtime to upend the Pioneers (5-2).
Transylvania led 80-76 when Berea's Mikah Turner made a three with 2:11 left in the extra period. A tip-in by Brandon Peterson put the visitors ahead with 31 seconds left. Turner made four free throws in the last 14 seconds.
Turner finished with 35 points. He was 13-for-23 from the field and had 11 rebounds.
Joey Verax led Transylvania with 21 points.
Indiana-Northwest 74, Eastern Kentucky 73: Joe Ramey scored 25 points, and Indiana-Northwest of the NAIA defeated the host Colonels.
The Redhawks (6-9) trailed 38-37 at halftime, but they took the lead for good on Pete Dunbar's layup that made it 44-42 three minutes into the second half.
Josh Taylor led the Colonels (7-5) with 18 points.
Morehead State 99, Kentucky Christian 39: Derick Echols scored 15 points and had 10 rebounds for the host Eagles. Echols was one of six Eagles (4-8) in double figures.
The Eagles scored 25 points off 20 KCU turnovers.
The Knights (2-14) shot 28.3 percent from the field (15-for-53) and went 5-for-20 from the three-point arc.
Wright State 57, Murray State 41: John David Gardner scored 14 points, and the Raiders used strong defense to beat the Racers in the San Juan Shootout. Wright State (6-7) held the Racers (6-5) to 27.7 percent shooting and 0-for-15 from three-point range.
No. 20 Vanderbilt 67, Liberty 50: Freshman Tia Gibbs had 15 points and four steals for the host Commodores.
Gibbs, the 2008 Miss Basketball from Butler, had seven points and three steals during an 18-0 first-half run that put Vandy (11-2) ahead to stay.
Western Kentucky 75, Troy State 66: The Lady Toppers (7-4, 1-1 Sun Belt) never trailed in the second half and built a 16-point lead. The Trojans (3-7, 0-2) cut the deficit to five. WKU's Kenzie Rich turned in a three-point play to secure the victory.
Northern Kentucky 58, West Virginia Wesleyan 37: Brandi Rayburn scored 13 points and grabbed seven rebounds to lead unbeaten and top-ranked NKU.
No. 21 Oklahoma State 90, Eastern Kentucky 35: Andrea Riley scored 23 points, and Oklahoma State (8-2) routed visiting EKU. Kayla Drake led the Lady Colonels with 11 points and eight rebounds.