When I was watching that game, the biggest takeaway for me is that is a great team. They've won [at least a share of] three of the last four Ivy League championships. It's a really tough, gritty team, and I think they take on the personality of their coaching staff. They've recruited exceptionally well. They develop players, and it shows. They're plug-and-play. You lose some big guys in Conrad Oberbeck and then some other guys in supporting roles, and they change every year to what their talent is. It's not like they have one system and that's what they go by. If you look at a kid like [sophomore attackman] Ben Reeves, nobody knew about this kid out of high school. He was a Hobart verbal commit and then late in the game, he decides to go to Yale. He was the Ivy League Rookie of the Year a year ago, and he's a dynamic attackman. I just think this team is so well-coached, and they are the standard in the Ivy League. A lot of people think Harvard is on the up-and-up and that there's parity in the league with Penn closing the gap. I think it's Yale and every other team right now just because of the success they've had, what they've been able to do with these out-of-conference wins like beating Maryland in back-to-back regular seasons. That's an impressive bunch. They have a guy like Ben Reeves on one end and [senior defenseman] Michael Quinn, who is almost as good a defender as there is in college lacrosse. They play a type of defense that is frustrating because they get teams out of their flow. I didn't think Maryland had any flow offensively in that game, and Maryland is a team that I still think is going to be really dangerous. A week ago, they were in my Top 4. I don't see them dropping drastically [the Terps fell to No. 8] because when I look at that lineup, I like what I see all across the field. They have a really good first midfield, [junior attackman Matt] Rambo is developing into a nice quarterback-type player more than I ever thought he would. Defensively, they always play great defense. So I'm not sleeping on Maryland. I think they're going to rebound and do really well. But I think Yale is the standard in the Ivy League.