The Buffs were scheduled to go to Water World in Westminster on Tuesday afternoon, but lightning and rain washed away those plans.
The team went to a movie instead for the second “team unity function” of camp.
Hawkins said he has always believed in such trips because of the positive effect they have on the team and the program.
“I think that is just as important as everything else you do,” he said.
Hawkins also has continued to bring in guest speakers for his players this month. It is something he has done in the past as well. He refused to name any of the guests who have addressed the team so far this month, but posted on his Twitter page that former Colorado Rockies manager Clint Hurdle spoke to the Buffs on Sunday.
Hawkins said he believes his team is already a tight-knit group and it is getting closer all the time.
“Eventually, you need to be on the bus because there are too many other people on the bus and if you’re not on the bus, you stick out,” he said.