On the possibility of meeting either No. 8 seed Albany (14-2) or 2016 national champion North Carolina (8-7) in the quarterfinals on either May 20 or 21: "I think for us, I know that we've stared down some really tough challenges. Last year in the first round, we played Quinnipiac, who was obviously very good and then Syracuse, the ACC champ, in the second round. In 2015, we had Yale, and Yale was very good, and we had already lost to them. So we were hosting, but we were playing a team that had already beat us. So we've had some pretty darn tough draws. We had Cornell in 2014, a team that just crushed us in 2013. So I think I always kind of go into it realizing that every game's going to be tough in the NCAA tournament. With the way the sport is now, everybody's getting better. So the difference between the top team and the bottom team every year gets harder and harder. So we're just going to have to get ready to play each week."