Forecast for 2015: Sunny. Stevenson got a harsh dose of reality regarding the difficulty of repeating as national champion, but the program still has plenty of room to grow heading into next season. Aside from a little instability on attack, the midfield returns four players who scored at least 22 goals each. And the defense appears to be well-stocked with the likes of sophomore defenseman Callum Robinson (74 GB, 36 CT), sophomore goalkeeper Dimitri Pecunes (7.58 goals-against average and a .538 save percentage) and a pair of short-stick defensive midfielders in junior Connor Curro (57 GB, 18 CT) and sophomore Dylan Muti (38 GB, 10 CT). But as the Mustangs have improved, so too have their opponents, and the likes of Salisbury, Cabrini and SUNY-Cortland won't make it easy for the 2013 NCAA titlists to return to the top.