A lot of the time when you get two overpairs matched up, the player with the smaller pair is doomed to lose the pot (this is different is the board is like 256 and you have sevens in the hole. Your situation is more true here).
I think one thing that hurt you in this hand was your raise PF. I understand wanting to narrow the field, but by raising more than 7 BB's, you had basically committed yourself to that pot, where as a 3.5 or 4 BB raise allows you to still knock out opponents, but allows you the opportunity to get away from the hand (which would have been tough, but easier than when you've lost a third of your chips), and still have a stack that is around the average stack.
Still, even if you hadn't raised as much PF, you might have called his shove on the flop anyway, or, instead, he'd just bet the flop, then you might raise, and all the money would get in that pot that way. This just echoes on my first point that sometimes in that stage of a tournament you just get unlucky.