"I don't discuss injuries, but the fact that Drew Kennedy is still playing shows a tremendous amount of dedication, toughness and passion for this team," Pietramala said. "But like a lot of other guys at this time of year, you've got to give them their time off. They come out on Monday and don't practice on Mondays. Johns Hopkins is not the only one that has that. I'm sure the team we're playing has that as well, and no one is crying for us. It is what we all deal with in athletics, and the key is, we've got to manage him well. We've got to bring Craig along a little bit better. Craig has had his moments where he's done a really good job, and for us to move forward in this tournament, that is going to be an area that we'll need to be better in, especially against a team like Virginia. They're averaging 12.93 goals per game. So with the amount of possessions that they have, it's critical."