The search for St. Mary's goalkeeper of the future has centered on freshman Joey Casey.
"Great to have," Hasbrouck said of Casey, who is scheduled to make his second career start against No. 8 Dickinson Saturday. "We feel good with our guys, and Joey has just done a little bit more and made a few more saves in practice, and we felt that he had definitely earned the right to start. We felt it had played out to what we thought. You never really know with that first one. That was his first college game. He's very capable. I've always felt that anytime your team is in a one-goal game and you're coming out with the win, al lot of times, it comes down to the goalie play, and I think 15 saves says it all."
St. Mary's got six goals and two assists from its first midfield of junior Gordy Long (two goals and one assist), sophomore Will Lerch (2, 1) and senior Taylor Cook (2, 0), and sophomore Nate Babcock chipped in with three goals from the second unit.
Although freshman Conor Jordan led all scorers with four goals, the starting attack of sophomore Matt Tarrant (1, 2), senior Patrick Mull (0, 2) and junior Max Reamer (0, 0) underwhelmed at times. But Hasbrouck wasn't ready to sound the alarm over the attack's showing.