Do you think Maryland has to win the
It’s interesting. The NCAA tournament has proven in the past that it’s your whole body of work, not just how hot you are at the end of the season or how cold you might be. The way that teams have been beating each other, this weekend was the first week where there wasn’t major upheaval in the top 10. Does that mean that things are stabilizing? I don’t know. But when you look at potential No. 1 seeds, you’re looking at Maryland, you’re looking at [No. 5]
Loyola and Denver meet Saturday to help determine the No. 1 seed in the ECAC tournament. Considering that they might meet again in the tournament, how significant is Saturday's contest?
It's an important game. The ECAC tournament is at Hobart this year. It's not out West. So there's no cross-country travel for Loyola. I think they're obviously going to play to win the game, but if they lose and they end up getting the No. 2 seed, I don't think it's the end of the world because at the end of the day – although I do think the ECAC is vastly improved with [No. 10] Ohio State and Bellarmine probably rounding out that top four – I think those guys will go 1-2 based on how the ECAC has already played. So I don't think this weekend is a must-win by any stretch for either ball club.
Is it time for Johns Hopkins to consider revamping its midfield lines to increase production from that unit?
[Senior John] Ranagan has won games for them in the past. He won the
When you look at Towson, how do you reconcile the current squad that has won its first three games in the