"We had the ball coming out of the halftime because we had done a good job on man-down defense, stopping them before the half, and so we had an opportunity to clear the ball, and we turned it over," he recalled. "They got the ball back with 12 seconds [left in the man-up chance], we didn't execute our system, and they scored a goal. In a span of 30 seconds, we went from being up 5-4 to being tied. And then they scored the next one and we continued to make mistakes, and they capitalized on them. … It was really a tale of two halves. So it was certainly a missed opportunity."