A four-time All-American at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, Paul Rabil is now a professional lacrosse player with the Boston Cannons and Washington Stealth in the National Lacrosse League.
2010 has been Rabil's best year in terms of team accomplishments as a lacrosse player. In May, Rabil and the Washington Stealth took home the NLL's Champions Cup, a very rare accomplishment that few Americans have achieved. In July of 2010, Rabil helped Team USA avenge their 2006 loss to Team Canada and win back the Gold in the FIL World Championships in Manchester England. In doing so, Paul took home the World's Most Valuable Player award and Top Midfielder of 2010.
In 2009, Rabil was voted Major League Lacrosse’s Most Valuable Player, the first time a midfielder was named MVP, no doubt spurred on by his league-leading 53 points.
While at Johns Hopkins, Paul was a member of the 2005 and the 2007 NCAA Division 1 Championship teams. In the 2008 National Championship game, Paul scored a memorable six goals and recorded one assist against Syracuse in an eventual loss. Two days later, Paul was selected 1st overall by the Boston Cannons in the 2008 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft.