[gallery type="slideshow" ids="96450,96449,96448,96443,96442,96438,96437,96435,96434,96432,96430,96428,96429,96427,96426,96424,96423,96422,96421,96420,96411,96409,96408,96406,96407,96414,96413,96412"]\r\n\r\nGRANVILLE \u2014 It began with West Virginia center fielder Brandon White crashing into the wall. It ended with West Virginia\u2019s back against the wall.\r\n\r\nIn between, Duke sophomore Bryce Jarvis managed to out-pitch all-American Alek Manoah, leading the Blue Devils to a 4-0 win over host West Virginia in the second round of the Morgantown Regional.\r\n\r\nThe Mountaineers need to beat Texas A&M at noon Sunday to keep their season alive. Freshman Ryan Bergert (2-0, 2.03 ERA) will start for the Mountaineers.\r\n\r\nDuke is in the driver\u2019s seat for the regional championship. The winner of the WVU-A&M game will need to beat the Blue Devils Sunday night to force a winner-take-all game on Monday afternoon.\r\n\r\nManoah was far from his usual dominating form, allowing four runs on four hits and four walks in 6 innings.\r\n\r\n\u201cThey\u2019re bringing it every day. They\u2019re just humans,\u201d said WVU assistant coach Steve Sabins, who took over for the ejected Randy Mazey in the third inning. \u201cMaybe his fastball command wasn\u2019t there early. Maybe he wasn\u2019t lining his slider quite as much as he normally does. Taking him out certainly wasn\u2019t easy. I had to stay pretty firm on that one.\u201d\r\n\r\nMazey was ejected in the bottom of the third inning after arguing a call at home plate that was overturned by video review.\r\n\r\nManoah threw home to catcher Ivan Gonzalez for a would-be force out that would have ended the inning without a run scoring.\r\n\r\n\u201cTo turn around and make a 90-foot throw [as opposed to] just making a 30-foot throw right in front of me, it was just common sense to me,\u201d Manoah said.\r\n\r\nGonzalez had the ball well before Joey Loperfido\u2019s sliding arrival, but the review determined Loperfido\u2019s foot hit the plate before Gonzalez\u2019s.\r\n\r\nDuke coach Chris Pollard did not actually expect to win the review when he asked for it.\r\n\r\n\u201cI thought when the play happened, Loperfido was out,\u201d Pollard said. \u201cBut I thought it was close enough. The way replay works, any play at the plate is not charged to the team or coach. You have two times you can kind of throw the flag, so to speak, or initiate a challenge. But any time there is a play at the plate, that is an automatic review if requested.\r\n\r\n\u201cSo I felt like, even though it appeared from my angle that Loperfido was out, I felt like we had nothing to lose by sending that to challenge. So, we kind of just took a chance and we got the overturn.\u201d\r\n\r\nManoah said Mazey\u2019s ejection had a positive effect on the team\u2019s energy. They just failed to capitalize on that emotion.\r\n\r\n\u201cHe usually doesn\u2019t get like that, so that shows you how much this team cares,\u201d Manoah said. \u201cSeeing him go out fired the guys up. But that guy threw it well on the other side.\u201d\r\n\r\nThough he doesn\u2019t have an arm like Manoah\u2019s, Jarvis did have total control of the strike zone. He didn\u2019t issue a walk until the eighth inning and struck out 11 while allowing six hits in his 8 innings of work.\r\n\r\n\u201cMost right-handed pitchers don\u2019t have the change-up going for both righties and lefties, but he had it going both ways today and was keeping us off-balance,\u201d said right fielder Darius Hill, who still managed to go 3-for-3. \u201cThen, he was locating his fastball enough in the middle innings just to keep us off the change-up and was able to finish us at the end.\u201d\r\n\r\nDuke got all the offense it needed on a first-inning play that turned into a scary moment for other reasons. White crashed head-first into the wall attempting to track down a long Michael Rothenberg fly ball that bounded off White\u2019s glove for an RBI triple.\r\n\r\nWhite was on the ground for several minutes, but stayed in the game. But Manoah uncorked a wild pitch after the lengthy delay, allowing Rothenberg to score from third.\r\n\r\nWest Virginia only threatened twice against Jarvis, with Hill getting stranded at third in the first and sixth innings.