"I personally feel like I've been a large part of that success," he said. "Obviously, Kyle has done a lot of great things in his coaching career, and it really comes down to that team mentality. He was the face of it, but there were a lot of long hours by our coaching staff in the offices and in the team rooms, talking about different strategies and messages that needed to be imparted to the team. So I feel a great stake in the success that was achieved under his leadership. I'm not pressured by it. I feel honored that I'm picking up the torch and carrying it on. So I don't see it as pressure because I've been here and the only thing that's really changing is the nameplate on the door. The practices, the program, the system, the concepts, those are all things that are staying consistent and not really changing. So hopefully, we'll continue to be Goucher lacrosse."