everyone, I'm Karen Loftus in for Travis Wells. When the Virginia Tech softball team opens play in the ncaa Regional tomorrow in Knoxville, Tennessee, Kylie McGoldrick will man second base, just as she has all season long. But this weekend, McGoldrick may have some extra motivation from her last experience in the tournament. Last spring in the Lexington Regional, she dropped a pop fly against Kentucky at a critical point in the Hokies loss, however, she hasn't let it define her. In fact, she's been rock-solid for Coach Scot Thomas. The junior from New Jersey is a leader, who's learned how to bounce back from adversity. kylie mcgoldrick/ virginia tech second baseman: It happens. It's something that at the time it bugged me for a while but you have to realize it happens to people all over. You watch the pros do it all the time so yes, it bugs you. Yes, you're bitter about it and you're angry and you feel really bad that you let the team down in that aspect but you'll never get better if you can't put it behind you. You gotta flush that stuff and just keep moving forward." scot thomas/virginia tech head softball coach: "Well she' one of those special athletes that you love to coach. Because of her awareness to the game of softball and just the type of person she is, she's really that coach on the field. But you know being able to put things behind you from a negative standpoint and move on is something that's a quality you want in everybody and not everybody can do that but Kylie can. She can have a tough at bat, learn from it, go up in the next at bat, make adjustments and be successfull.