Indiana (Pa.) Athletics | March 27, 2015 Indiana (Pa.) earns comeback win in semis 2015 DII Men's Basketball Semifinal: Indiana (PA) - Tarleton State Recap Share EVANSVILLE, Ind. -- The Crimson Hawks erased a 10-point deficit midway through the second half and were nearly perfect from the foul line down the stretch in a 72-68 comeback win against Tarleton State in the semifinals of the 2015 NCAA Division II National Championships on Thursday night. 2015 DII MEN'S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP Bowker: Capers lifts Mocs to title despite playing ill Fla. Southern 77, IUP 62 Box Highlights Bowker: Mocs, IUP face off in final battle for title Bowker: Coach trusts guards to call plays in the clutch Fla. Southern 79, Bellarmine 76 Box Highlights Bowker: Chance an ironman for Crimson Hawks Indiana (Pa.) 72, Tarleton St. 68 Box Highlights Bowker: Semifinals feature four 30-win teams Quarterfinal Recaps: Games 1 & 2 | Games 3 & 4 Bowker: Dyer returns to Elite Eight with Indiana (Pa.) Bowker: All in the Texans' family Bracket: Interactive Printable IUP will now advance to the program's second national championship game to play Florida Southern at 3 p.m. on Saturday. Down 49-39 with 10:04 left to play, the Crimson Hawks started chipping away. A three-pointer by Shawn Dyer served as the catalyst of a 12-0 run in the next 4:34 to put IUP on top 51-49 with 5:30 to play. After a layup by Damion Clemens tied the game at 51-51 on Tarleton State's next possession, the Crimson Hawks reeled off another seven consecutive points, including a layup and free throws by Daddy Ugbede and a three by Dyer. The Texans (31-4) were able to cut it to five at 60-55 on a pair of foul shots by Mo Lee with 2:35 to play, but IUP quickly got its lead up to double-digits at 66-55 with under a minute left on six successful free throws by Dyer, Brandon Norfleet and Devante Chance. Tarleton State tried to catch up, rushing down the court and drilling three-pointers on three consecutive possessions, but the Crimson Hawks continued their success at the line to close out the 72-68 semifinal win.