"Pat's a competitor," Toomey said. "… I think Pat was a little disappointed that he didn't create a few more opportunities for himself when he had a chance, but Pat is also one of the most unselfish kids in our program. So he's really about getting others involved. If somebody slides down to him, he's going to move the ball. He's always going to make the right decision. That's one that you keep growing from. It was very similar to the BU game where they pressed him out and they challenged us. … It was a physical matchup and a tough matchup, and the way they played it, you give them credit. But I don't see that happening an awful lot in Pat's career. Pat will learn from everything as will we as coaches. We will put him in different spots to attack that matchup. I know he's handling it the right way, and I know our program is, and we're going to learn from it, and teams are going to have a bear on their hands as Pat Spencer becomes a junior."