DURHAM, N.C. – The No. 10 Duke Blue Devils (23-6, 14-4 ACC) shot 49 percent (30 for 61 FG) in a 73-48 defeat of the Virginia Cavaliers (21-9, 12-7 ACC) on Saturday evening (March 2) at Cameron Indoor Stadium. The Cavaliers finished 17 of 55 from the field (31 percent) were out-rebounded 42-29. Reece Beekman’s third steal of the game set a new Virginia record for career steals with 223.

Duke’s Kyle Filipowski led the contest in scoring with 21 points (9 for 14 FG).

As for the Cavaliers, Reece Beekman led with 18 points off 7 for 15 shooting, while also adding six rebounds, seven assists and three steals, with his third steal of the evening marking his record-setting 223rd of his career. Isaac McKneely was the Hoos second double-digit scorer, recording 12 points (3 for 11 FG, 2 for 5 3FG, 4 for 4 FT). Ryan Dunn led the game in blocks with five and tallied nine points as well as six rebounds.

Following a first half that saw four Duke scoring runs of six or more points, Virginia trailed 40-18 at the break. The Cavaliers shot 23 percent (6 for 26 FG) while the Blue Devils made 17 of 29 from the field (59 percent). Beekman led the Hoos with seven points, while adding two rebounds and two assists.

The deficit proved too great to overcome for the Cavaliers, who ultimately fell 73-48 after being outscored 33-30 in the second half.

Virginia hosts Georgia Tech (12-16, 5-12 ACC) during Senior Day on Saturday, March 9. Tipoff at John Paul Jones Arena is set for 8 p.m. on ACC Network.