Reason for pessimism: With the graduation of Boncaro, Averett and Lynch, the offense lost more than 700 career points. Junior Max Roach (eight goals and four assists) is making the switch from midfield to attack, and he will likely be joined by junior Dylan Zook, a transfer from Stevenson, and sophomore Sam Morgan (6, 11). Senior Zach Fratella (28, 8) is going back to the midfield after being the third attackman and will make up a first line composed of junior Pierce Ingram (23, 2) and junior Steve Patterson, who was primarily a short-stick defensive midfielder in 2012. This year's offense will be a lot different, Kelly said. "Each year, your team changes," he said. "We're not continually staying the same and trying to fit guys that don't fit into the system. So we do have to tweak some things. We're going to change some things offensively with some of our sets that we operate out of, but the overall concept does not change. We're really going to try to fit the system to our individual strengths."