"When your goalie saves the ball, it means he has possession of it, which allows him to get the ball up and out," Pietramala said. "Virginia is a very good transition team. They play a quick-strike offense, and they like to get the ball up the field quickly. Part of that is Barrett's ability to actually save it rather than stop it and give up a rebound. Their middies are athletic, their poles handle the ball well. So it's no surprise that they clear the ball very well."