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Topic - Josh Hawkins
Loyola was an afterthought nationally when it embarked on its men's lacrosse season more than three months ago.
"You see it with other teams that win the national championship and how everyone treats them," midfielder Josh Hawkins said after Loyola throttled Maryland 9-3 in Monday's national title game. "I've definitely noticed over this past month and a half what people do and say and act like toward you when you're winning. It's a special thing."
"As a d-middie you think you're going to be dodged over and over again, but I got that feeling where they just wanted to keep pushing the ball around," Hawkins said. "They didn't really know who wanted to go, and they were kind of on their heels. Once you sense that, you get that feeling that you're not going to be beat."