"Mike's always been a kid who you always wondered if he was going to get it, and now he's got it," Berkman said. "He kind of gives us a presence of old Salisbury lacrosse. We've always been a team that had a great crease guy. When you look back at the kids on some of the great teams that we played, we had Erik Krum, Joe High, Danny Boyer. We always had a great crease guy, and we always played with a crease guy. We haven't had a crease guy in the last two years, last year or even the start of this year. But Mike Kane got a few minutes, and boom, he scored goals. To Mike's credit, he seized the moment and has given us that inside presence of a kid that knows how to score and how to get open and is willing to do the dirty work that a lot of attackmen don't like to do in that little bubble."