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Brian Smyth scored twice off the faceoff for the Blue Devils.
The Blue Devils' hearts were broken when a Virginia goal in the second overtime ended Duke's season.
JT Giles-Harris, the ACC Defensive Player of the Year, was visibly frustrated after a defensive lapse.
Turner Uppgren had a stellar first half, allowing only two Cavalier goals.
Ian Laviano's goal sent Virginia into celebration and Duke into dismay.
Kevin Quigley's goal with 10:56 left in the fourth quarter put Duke up 10-7.
Duke's offensive attack was strong all afternoon, although the Blue Devils struggled to convert many opportunities into goals.
Alex Rode performed well in the cage Saturday, and had 18 saves.
Brad Smith's three goals led the Blue Devils.