"We've had two games this year where we've broken out of our mold," Tierney explained. "One was when Ryan LaPlante started against Loyola [on April 13] and was playing lights out and Jamie Faus came up to me and said, 'You should leave Ryan in. He's really seeing the ball.' And that turned into a great victory with Ryan having 18 saves. And the other day, it really wasn't so much about Ryan, to be honest with you. He had given up five, but it was really about two choices. Making a change in the coaching staff, and I don't think they were going to do that right at the quarter. They might have done that at the end of the game if we lost 24-0. But pulling the goalie is tough on the young man who is in there, but the team knows that something's up and they've got to have great resolve. Jamie went in there and did an amazing job, but it wasn't two minutes after the game when I went right to Ryan and said, 'You're starting next week,' and that's the way it's going to be."