Rabil | Lacrosse Overview
For the third time in four seasons, Rabil was named the 2012 MLL Offensive Player of the Year. He set the league’s single-season point record, scoring 72 points in 14 games. Rabil was named MLL First-Team All-Pro for the fourth straight season, highest among all active MLL players. He was also named MLL All-Star for the 5th straight season, accounting for each season he has been in the league.
In 2011, Paul was the league’s Most Valuable Player and helped the Boston Cannons took home their first franchise MLL Championship. Rabil is now one of three players in lacrosse to have won an MLL, NLL, World Championship, and Division 1 Championship in his career (joining HOF Gary Gait and HOF Tom Maracheck). Rabil was selected to his 4th consecutive MLL All-Star Game, one for each season he has played. He also won the MLL Freestyle Bud Light Skills Competition with his version of Blake Griffin’s “car jump” for a dunk. Rabil is now the first MLL player to have won the Freestyle Skills Competition and the Fastest Shot Competition. In the Winter of 2011, Paul was selected to his first NLL All-Star team. He also helped take the Washington Stealth back to the NLL Championship Game with a chance to repeat as Champions.
In May 2010, Rabil and the Washington Stealth took home the NLL’s Champions Cup. In July of 2010, Rabil helped Team USA avenge Team Canada from the 2006 loss to win the Gold medal in the FIL World Championships, in Manchester England. Rabil took home the World’s Most Valuable Player award and Top Midfielder of 2010. He earned his second consecutive MLL All-Pro award, and 3rd consecutive MLL All-Star appearance in the Summer of 2010.
In 2009, Rabil was voted Major League Lacrosse’s Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year. This was the first time a midfielder was named MVP, in addition to his league leading 53 points.
A four time All-American at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, Rabil is drafted a professional lacrosse player with the Boston Cannons of Major League Lacrosse and Washington Stealth in the National Lacrosse League.
While at Johns Hopkins, Rabil was a three-time first team All-American, one-time third team All-American, and NCAA midfielder of the year. Most importantly, Rabil was a member of the 2005 and 2007 NCAA Division 1 Championship teams. In the 2008 National Championship game, Rabil scored a memorable six goals and recorded one assist against Syracuse in an eventual loss. Two days later, Rabil was selected 1st overall by the Boston Cannons in the 2008 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft.
Rabil | Career Awards
- 2012 MLL Offensive Player of the Year
- 2012 MLL First Team All-Pro
- 2012 MLL Single Season All-Time Points Record (72)
- 2012 MLL All-Star
- 2012 NLL All-Star
- 2011 MLL Champion with the Boston Cannons
- 2011 MLL Most Valuable Player
- 2011 MLL Offensive Player of the Year
- 2011 MLL First Team All-Pro
- 2011 MLL All-Star
- 2011 NLL All-Star
- 2010 MLL First Team All-Pro
- 2010 MLL All-Star
- 2010 FIL World Champion with Team USA
- 2010 FIL World’s Most Valuable Player
- 2010 FIL World’s Top Midfielder
- 2010 NLL Champions Cup winner with the Washington Stealth
- 2009 MLL Most Valuable Player
- 2009 MLL Offensive Player of the Year
- 2009 MLL First Team All-Pro
- 2009 MLL All-Star
- 2009 NLL All-Rookie Team
- 2008 MLL All-Star
- 2008 2nd Overall pick in the NLL Draft
- 2008 1st Overall pick in the MLL Draft
- 2008 Tewaaraton Finalist
- 2008 USILA First Team All-American
- 2007 Tewaaraton Finalist
- 2007 McLaughlin Award Recipient
- 2007 National Champion
- 2007 USILA First Team All-American
- 2006 USILA First Team All-American
- 2005 National Champion
- 2005 USILA Third Team All-American
- Johns Hopkins University Career points leader in the NCAA Playoffs
- Johns Hopkins University All-time leading goal scorer as a midfielder
- Johns Hopkins University All-time leading point scorer as a midfielder
Rabil | Professional Overview
At Johns Hopkins University, Mr. Rabil was a Dean’s List student graduating with a 3.5 cumulative GPA. He received his BA, with honors, in Political Science. Mr. Rabil is currently a member of the Young Johns Hopkins Alumnus.
Business & Community Endeavors
Established in 2008, Rabil Lacrosse, Inc. was built to help lead the nation’s fastest growing sport and youth market in lacrosse education. Founded through annual camps and clinics, Mr. Rabil and Team 99 develop exceptional youth lacrosse players with a focus on technical development, physical training, and mental preparation. Read More on Rabil Lacrosse, Inc…
In 2010, Mr. Rabil founded the Paul Rabil Foundation (PRF). It’s mission is committed to helping children across the country realize their full potential, especially those with learning differences, by supporting programs and partnerships that advance their lives and opportunity through sports. Read More on The Paul Rabil Foundation…
A venture partner with Endurance Companies (EnCo), Mr. Rabil contributes to the group making diversified and entrepreneurial investments, specifically in the fitness category. Investment strategies at EnCo focus primarily on Project-based Developments and Minority Growth Capital, through levered acquisitions. Read More on Endurance Companies…
Mr. Rabil is a partner in Foxtales, LLC, a proprietary Storybooth kiosk company designed to provide users with an innovative social sharing experience, which is mobile and customizable for use at a variety of venues. Mr. Rabil is a Brand Ambassador, focusing on driving interest in the sporting industries. Read More on FoxTales…
Alongside seven other top professional athletes, in 2012 Mr. Rabil joined MC10′s Sports Advisory Board (SAB) to shape the next generation of athletic performance monitoring devices. MC10’s unique technology platform transforms high-performance electronics into thin, conformal systems that enable an entirely new class of athletic apparel and equipment. Read More on Mc10…
Mr. Rabil serves on the Board of Directors for Charm City Youth Lacrosse (CCYL). Founded by Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler, the CCYL is a 501(c)3 organization that provides lacrosse skills training, league play, and mentoring to underserved Baltimore City youth at no cost. Read More on Charm City Youth Lacrosse…
Mr. Rabil serves on the Board of Directors for the Tewaaraton Foundation, specifically within the Lacrosse Committee. The Tewaaraton Award Foundation honors the most outstanding male and femal collegiate lacrosse players. Read More on the Tewaaraton Foundation…
Mr. Rabil serves on the Board of Advisors for Blue Jays Unlimited, a group of volunteer alumni and staff established in 1995 to support and promote Johns Hopkins Athletics. Serving as an ambassador representing the lacrosse team, Mr. Rabil assists in fundraising activities, inviting alumni, parents, and friends to events and games. Read More on Blue Jays Unlimited…