He can be phenomenal. He's going to be a very good college goalie. He's going to make us stronger in the cage, that's for sure.

I've been doing this for 39 years, and it doesn't bother me. These kids are 20 years old. They are invincible. They can do anything.

We don't want to just go to the tournament. We want to win the whole thing.

We have a freshman goalie who people are really going to like. If Drew stays healthy, he's going to be a very good goalie.

We are just trying to fight through some things injury wise. We're just trying to get some continuity in practice.

We hoped to key off of that and we try to. But right now we're just fighting through so many things injury-wise and just to have continuity at practice. We're not really where we want to be.

You never know, this is the toughest league in lacrosse. There aren't any breathers.

He has to be close to death to not go out there and face off at a crucial time in the game. We hope we have a couple kids who can go out there and take some pressure off, but he's a warrior. He's the kind of guy who wants to be out there.

Our defense is certainly very different from last year. We couldn't do too many things last year, we had a freshman in the cage who wasn't the kind of athlete that Drew is, so we had to adjust what we did defensively. We can do more things now. We can play some different styles because Drew can make the big save.