Outlook: The second game of this doubleheader features two of the hottest teams left in the NCAA tournament. The Dragons, the Colonial Athletic Association tournament champion, have won nine consecutive games. Drexel, which is making its first appearance in the postseason, overcame a 6-4 deficit in the second quarter to beat fourth-seeded Penn, 16-11. As torrid as the Dragons have been, the Pioneers, the Big East tournament champ, have been even hotter, having won 12 straight contests. After disposing of North Carolina, 9-5, on Saturday night, Denver is making its fourth consecutive appearance in the quarterfinals. The Pioneers are seeking their third berth in the past four Final Fours. Drexel got a spark from junior faceoff specialist Nick Saputo, who ranks fourth in the nation with a .638 percentage and sixth with 9.6 ground balls per game. He could be instrumental in keeping the ball away from a Denver offense that ranks third in scoring (13.2) and is paced by a pair of 60-point attackmen in junior Wesley Berg and sophomore Jack Bobzien.