O'Haire and his staff called Prezzano on Facetime on Friday, so he could watch the team's first-round playoff game from his hospital bed.
The coach told WSBTV.com the progress Prezzano has made in a few days is remarkable.
"It's a miracle, to be honest with you," he said.
Senior and team captain Tristan Otto told WSBTV.com that, as soon as he heard about the shooting, he had rushed to the hospital so he could be by his friend's side.
"Not having him around, not having him here and understanding why that is, it’s tough," Otto said.
Dozens came out to the field to show their support for Prezzano, who teammates say is the heart and soul of UGA lacrosse.
“He was always determined. He’s was probably one of the best teammates you could ever ask for," Otto said.