One league game remains. On Thursday, CdM plays host to Beckman.
The Sea Kings should close out league play with their fourth straight undefeated league championship season. No opponent in league has come close to challenging CdM this season.
"We look at it as an opportunity for … us to improve the depth of our team," Mix said of how the Sea Kings approach league. "It's a struggle at times to stay focused, but we certainly don't make apologies for it. Our kids have worked very hard for a number of years to put our program in a position where these games are lopsided.
"I'm proud of what it's taken to get to this point. If it weren't for the effort of our kids and playing youth lacrosse, and the extra time they put in, it might be more competitive. But their hard work is the reason why it's not."
The work ethic has helped the Sea Kings outscore league opponents, 144-34.
University has a new coach in Andrea Gaynor, but even he is familiar with CdM's dominating way. Gaynor coached last season at Newport Harbor, CdM's Back Bay rival.
Gaynor cannot seem to avoid the Sea Kings.
The Sea Kings beat Gaynor's Sailors last season, 8-1. This time, with a new team, the outcome was far worse for Gaynor.
In the opening quarter, CdM jumped out to an 8-0 lead. The visitors almost scored a goal for every minute played in the period.
Connor Canale, Michael Keasey, Connor Gaal, Chris Von Der Ahe, Taylor Epp and Jack Ortlieb each recorded at least a goal in the first. Canale, who scored two of his game-high four goals in the first 12 minutes, has stepped up since Friday, when Mix said CdM lost his son, attacker Casey Mix, for the season because of a stress fracture to his lower left leg.
From the start, the Sea Kings established who the reigning league champions are. The defense, behind Drexel-bound senior Donald Dalton, was stout.