For much of his first three seasons at UMBC, Rob Grimm spent his time as an attackman. But 2012 was different as the senior was shifted to midfield.
After making his first five starts there, Grimm started at attack in Saturday night's 13-5 loss to No. 7 Loyola. He scored three goals, including two on extra-man opportunities.
But coach Don Zimmerman declined to describe the move as either temporary or permanent.
"It's neither," he said Tuesday morning. "We're just exploring all of our options, and we're trying to teach our offensive players to play from both in front and from behind the goal."
In addition to Grimm making his first start of the season at attack, junior Scott Hopmann made his first start of the season at midfield. Filling in the coid created by the two-game suspension of junior