"What we've realized is that in a lot of games, things can turn," he said. "We've seen that there have been some comebacks already this season in college lacrosse where a team has gotten up and then all of a sudden, the other team starts winning faceoffs or maybe the goalie has gotten hot. So we really just focus on making the next play, making the right play, and making sure we do the little things. … If you get caught playing the scoreboard, that can sometimes get you away from what helps you get out to a lead. You start thinking, 'OK, well, now that we're up, the kids might relax or we might change things. You've got to stay true to what you're doing because you know that the other team is typically going to make a run. Lacrosse is a little unique like that."