STANFORD, Calif. (AP) Jerod Haase makes it clear his Stanford team won't be a one-man show. Versatility is the theme and everybody involved realizes it will take contributions from the entire roster to fill some big voids.
This group has learned it can take on any challenge, growing to rely on each other while spending about two months playing and practicing off campus last winter because of Santa Clara County's pandemic-related health restrictions that banned sporting events and practices.
"It's going to sound corny and that kind of thing, and that's OK, our goal is simple, it's to be awesome," Haase said. "It's to be awesome in the moment, to be awesome with what we're doing, and I do think we have a chance to be really good and do some neat things."