Duquesne, which stopped Binghamton 2-1 Friday night in the 2008 season opener, and nationally-ranked West Virginia played a scoreless 110 minutes in the final game of the Dukes' season opening competition.
The Mountaineers outshot DU, 13-9. Both attempts by Matthew Groves forced WVU goalie Zach Johnson to make half of his four saves.
Daniel Hagey got off a game-high three shots. DU sophomore goalkeeper Chris Torres recorded three saves.
West Virginia, which entered the season in 15th place in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCCA) preseason poll, was upset by Lafayette, 1-0, on Friday.
In Duquesne's win over BU, Groves scored the Dukes first goal Friday and Lundberg tallied what turned out to be the game-winner against the Bearcats.
Binghamton topped Lafayette 2-1 in Sunday's first game.
Duquesne (1-0-1) takes on another Big East foe, Pittsburgh (1-1-0), in the home opener Thursday night at 7:00 p.m. on Rooney Field. The Panthers beat Rider, 1-0, and lost to Albany, 2-1, this weekend in the 2008 Robert Morris Invitational.
- Duquesne's women's soccer team played just under 120 minutes in what looked like a 2-1 loss Friday night at Jacksonville. After the regulation 90 minutes, the teams faced off for two OT periods, at 15 minutes each. However, NCAA rules call for two 10-minute sets. The official result was a 1-1 tie. more
Friday Duquesne 2 Binghamton 1 Lafayette 1 West Virginia 0 Sunday Binghamton 2 Lafayette 1 Duquesne 0 West Virginia 0Records
Duquesne 1-0-1 Binghamton 1-1-0 Lafayette 1-1-0 West Virginia 0-1-1All-Tournament Team
Stefan Lundberg (MVP) Duquesne Bryan Matthews Duquesne Alex Trujillo Duquesne John Strosser Duquesne Darren McAllister Binghamton Andy Tiedt Binghamton Jason Stenta Binghamton Stephen Macurdy Lafayette Steve Ference Lafayette Jason Bristol West Virginia Zach Johnson West Virginia