West Virginia Stuns Duke In Second Round

Washington DC - Joe Alexander had 22 points and 11 rebounds,
and No. 7-seeded West Virginia reached the NCAA tournament's round
of 16 in Bob Huggins' first season at his alma mater by beating
second-seeded Duke 73-67 in the West Regional on Saturday.
West Virginia (26-10) limited Duke to 38 percent shooting and
held a 47-27 edge on the boards. The Mountaineers also got 17
points from Alex Ruoff, and 13 points and 11 rebounds from reserve
guard Joe Mazzulla.