"We got some clean looks, we got some inside looks on him," coach Charley Toomey said. "We really tried to get all of our looks inside the hash marks or off the catch. We wanted to make him move across the cage and not settle for low-angled shots. Their defense is very similar to a Notre Dame-style defense, and ironically, he was coached by [former Fighting Irish goalie] Scott Rodgers, and he's similar to Scott Rodgers in the goal. So if you're shooting low-angled shots, he's a big kid that's going to gobble those up, and he did the first time around. I thought [assistant] coach [Ryan] Moran did a terrific job of getting us to good space to finish off shots."