You and your crew, Carissa Crawford, performed phenomenally at Nationals, garnering only 68 points with the boat in second racking up 105. What was your personal mindset going into the event that led you to be so successful?
DL: I think it was just to take each race at a time, and make sure you're not making any huge mistakes like being over or fouling someone that can ruin a race and get you a deep teen. Our coach [John Storck] makes sure that we only think about the current race at hand—he would give you feedback, but then make sure that you move on to the next race. He makes sure that you're not getting too high or too low. After a bad race, he's kind of like "shake it off," and after a good one, it's like, "You have to go do that again." It's kind of just even-keel coaching. I think that was our whole team mentality, and I think it worked out well.