I thought it was outstanding. [Junior attackman and Tewaaraton Award finalist] Pat Spencer from Loyola is a phenomenal player, and he’s so difficult to defend. I thought he had his chances with some individual efforts, and some of his passes in trying to get his teammates involved didn’t work out to the extent that Loyola would have liked. So from an offensive standpoint, Loyola missed some opportunities, and the credit does go to Yale’s defense, especially their defensive midfield group. I think there was so much attention on Spencer that the Loyola midfield was going to be asked to pick up some of the slack, and the defensive midfield group of Yale was phenomenal. The short-sticks were kind of out on an island because everyone had to help out with Spencer and the attack, and that unit was really called to the mat and played incredible. If you look at the midfield scoring for Loyola, it was practically non-existent. As much as [freshman defenseman] Chris Fake was really good on Spencer, there was some support and help there, and they played really great team defense, but what stood out to me was the short-stick defensive midfield play led by [senior] Tyler Warner.