It was huge for Navy on a variety of fronts. They had lost six straight to Army, and that's as big as it gets in terms of rivalries not just for the institutions but also for the fan bases. And there was pressure on Rick Sowell from when he came in. It's been a slow transition, but that's how it works at service academies. When you get your recruiting class in, you have to be patient because as we saw with Navy, they're playing with a ton of freshmen, and they're playing well, but they were all at NAPS [Naval Academy Preparatory School] last year. It's been a long time coming for that program. I was extremely impressed with what they were able to do offensively in the third and then the fourth quarter with a seven-goal run against the No. 2 defense in the nation. I still think [No. 18] Army is very good. I think [senior attackman] John Glesener is one of the best players in the country, but he went quiet, and I think he needs to assert himself more. But they're still a dangerous team. The Patriot League tournament should be a lot of fun.