"This was the same exact game against UMass Lowell," he recalled. "We were losing 5-0 and then it was 5-3 at halftime. That's what we talked about at halftime, that we had been here before. It's really a matter of the first ground ball, the first possession, the first shot, the first stop on defense, it's got to come our way. If it does, then it's 5-4 and Binghamton's going to be singing to a different tune. They're going to get a little more tight."