"We're really young," he said Wednesday morning. "We've got a lot of freshman playing in some spots and sophomores that had not played significant minutes for us because we had depth in a lot of positions. With 13 games into a 15-game season, guys are starting to grow up and have really had experience in the system. They're not young anymore. They're starting to grow up and we're getting some better play. It helps we're not playing top 20 teams every week, too. … Four of those six losses were to some really, really strong competition, but ultimately, that helped us for the conference stretch. We're starting to grow up and starting to execute and play better lacrosse."