The Mastodons, who scored the second-most points in the program's Division I history, made 38 of 59 shots for 64.4 percent. IPFW also hit 16 3-pointers, tying a school record. Mo Evans added 15 points, Isaiah McCray 14, and Steve Forbes and Pierre Bland 12 apiece.
The Mastodons (12-5) have won six out of their last seven and are off to their best Division I start for 17 games.
The Division III Hornets (5-6) were led by Adam Dykema with 20 points, Carter Goetz 17 and Chase Baysdell 10.
The Mastodons led 54-39 at the half behind 13 points from Reed and 10 from McCray. A 10-0 run to start the second half left IPFW up 66-41 with 16:07 remaining in the game.
The Badgers will lose Nigel Hayes, Bronson Koenig and the rest of their senior class after next season. Recruitingthe Class of 2017 is crucial.
Two teams remain for the title of the best college basketball team that never was. A Kentucky squad that features John Wall and Anthony Davis meets Texas' Kevin Durant and LaMarcus Aldridge.
Kentucky coach John Calipari joins Mike Greenberg to clear the air on his controversial statements about Louisville coach Rick Pitino. Calipari says his comments were blown up.