2) Georgetown with Jake Haley. The Hoyas opened the season with freshman Alex Joyce in the cage, but after two games, the starting goalie job has been turned over to redshirt sophomore Jake Haley. Haley is 2-2 and has a 9.75 goals-against average, but he also has a .519 save percentage in his first year as the full-time starter. Toomey said he has watched Haley develop a confidence in the net. "When you're dealing with first-year starters, what happens is they continue to get better and better as they see more shots," Toomey said. "What we've seen on tape is that he's got excellent hands, he's quick to get down, and he makes some spectacular saves that keeps Georgetown in the game at times. We know we've got our hands full. If we don't come out and play well and play with energy and shoot the ball well, he could be a game-changer."