"I don't worry as much about that aspect of it," he said. "Obviously, lacrosse has developed very similarly to football and basketball in that if you don't win, you're jeopardizing your career and your position. I think coaches have always known that it's a competitive field where it's what-have-you-done-for-me-lately and don't want to rest on their laurels. You want to win – whether your job is at stake or whether you're out there competing against an opponent. You want to win in practice, intersquad, you name it. … Coaches are competitive and they want to do well and they want to get players to produce, and there's a satisfaction from playing at your highest level. My philosophy has always been that if we can play at our highest level, whatever happens, happens, and you can't worry about the wins and losses."