Jocelyn Moses scored with less than four minutes left in regulation and the Indiana defense held strong in overtime to play Purdue to a 1-1 tie at Armstrong Stadium.
After a scoreless first half, the Boilermakers (10-4-3, 4-1-2 Big Ten) had struck first on a goal from Kellie Phillips in the 49th minute. Phillips pounced on a rebound after IU goalkeeper Lindsay Campbell had saved a shot from Loredana Riverso.
The overtime period was largely uneventful, with the Hoosiers dominating the first period and finishing with a 3-0 shot advantage. Purdue took five shots to Indiana's one in the second overtime period.
Campbell finished the night between the pipes with eight saves, including four in the second period.