"We don't look at that game as putting us in position to get first place or home-field advantage or anything like that, but it was an opportunity for us to be able to execute at the level that we expect to, and we didn't do that," he said Wednesday morning. "So we missed out on an opportunity after preparing all week to play a really good lacrosse team in Fairfield. We didn't deliver when we needed to on game day, and that's more of the frustration and how we look at it. Each game is its own identity, and we have to step onto the field and put our best out there, and hopefully that allows us to earn a win. If we played a great game and it's a tough battle but we ended up with a loss, you're not OK with that, but at least you feel like you played a strong game. I thought we did a lot of good things, but we just didn't capitalize on and finish a lot of opportunities, which is on us."