I think it's glaring. I'm a huge fan of Charley Toomey, and I respect the fact that this is a program decision and a school decision that he has to do some things to get himself back on the field. But X's and O's wise on the field, they are in dire need of Josh Hawkins because defensively, he allows them to do what they do best, which is not really slide. You can put Josh Hawkins on the best midfielder or the second best midfielder and not slide to him. You saw in the Maryland game that [junior short-stick defensive midfielder Pat] Laconi at times can do that, but not on a consistent basis. [Junior short-stick defensive midfielder] Kyle Duffy is not there yet. It's more of a traditional sense now where they do need to slide, but Loyola's defense, which is more experienced, is just not used to doing that. If you spend two years trying to play a specific way defensively where you're slow to go to your short sticks, it's not something you can just turn on in a week. You're just not used to sliding and the rotations are weak. So they really need him in that sense – on six-on-six settled situations. In the past with Hawkins on the field, they didn't need to slide to him. Yes, the transition game is important, but the thing that stands out to me is more of what they allow the close guys to do and how that defense played so well last season and didn't put that much on [junior goalkeeper Jack] Runkel's shoulders.