Paul Rabil: Age, Height, Weight, Family, Net Worth and Stats [2008-2021]

Paul Rabil is a co-founder of the Premier Lacrosse League and a former professional lacrosse player from the United States. He formerly played for the Premier Lacrosse League‘s Cannons Lacrosse Club, the Boston Cannons, and Major League Lacrosse’s New York Lizards. Rabil was a four-time All-American in collegiate lacrosse at Johns Hopkins University. Rabil is a two-time World Champion, three-time Pro Lacrosse Champion, three-time Pro Lacrosse MVP, and two-time NCAA Division I Champion.

Personal details of Paul Rabil:

NamePaul Rabil 
BornDecember,4,1985
BirthplaceGaithersburg, Maryland
Parents nameJeff and Christine Van Raaphorst
Height6ft 3 inc
Weight200 pounds (100 kg)
Age36 year
PositionMidfielder
ShootRight
Popular asAthlete ( Lacrosse Player)
Zodiac signN/A
NationalityAmerican
Net-worth8 million to 10milliom
Monthly incomeUnder review
CarRange-Rover
Source of incomeCo-founder of  Primer Lacrosse league
HouseOwn
Twitterhttps://twitter.com/paulrabil
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Websitehttp://www.paulrabil99.com/
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Wikipediahttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Rabil

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Paul Rabil Personal Life:

Rabil began playing lacrosse when he was 12 years old. Rabil graduated from DeMatha Catholic High School in Hyattsville, Maryland, after attending Watkins Mill High School in Montgomery Village, Maryland. He subsequently went on to play collegiate lacrosse at Johns Hopkins University. Rabil, Paul J. Rabil, Allan and Jean’s son, political science degree with a minor in entrepreneurship and management, born December 14, 1985.

Paul Rabil Career:

The Boston Cannons selected Rabil first overall in the 2008 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft. He also played in the MLL All-Star Game that year.

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Rabil was named MVP and Offensive Player of the Year in the MLL in 2009.

Rabil was named to his third All-Star team in a row in 2010 and was named First-Team All-Pro. For the second time, Rabil was voted MLL MVP and MLL Offensive Player of the Year in 2011. In 2011, he also won the MLL Bud Light Skills Competition, becoming the first player to win both the Skills and the MLL Fastest Shot competitions. He has been dubbed the best lacrosse player in the world by many.

Rabil appeared in 12 of the 14 regular-season games, starting 12 of them. During the regular season, he recorded 24 goals, 15 assists, and three 2-point goals. Rabil scored two goals and added two assists in a semifinal playoff game against the Boston Cannons on August 1, 2015. New York would win, 16-15, in overtime. Rabil scored three goals and added three assists as the Lizards defeated the Rochester Rattlers 15-12 in the MLL Steinfeld Cup Championship game on August 8, 2015.

Paul Rabil became a two-time Steinfeld Cup champion after finishing the season with 29 goals and 20 assists. He was voted the championship’s Coca-Cola Player of the Game MVP. In the 2008 National Lacrosse League entry draft, Rabil was selected second overall. [6]. Paul was a member of the National Lacrosse League Champion’s Cup-winning Washington Stealth team in 2010, which defeated the Toronto Rock. In the championship game, Paul scored two goals.

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Rabil set a team record for most loose balls in a season in 2010, scooping 153 in 16 National Lacrosse League games with the Washington Stealth.

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Rabil was named to his second consecutive National Lacrosse League All-Star game in January 2012. He has been selected to every All-Star game he has played in since joining the NLL. Rabil was dealt with the Edmonton Rush in February 2012 in exchange for Athan Iannucci, but he refused to report to the Rush.

In the 2008 National Lacrosse League entry draft, Rabil was selected second overall. [6]. Paul was a member of the National Lacrosse League Champion’s Cup-winning Washington Stealth team in 2010, which defeated the Toronto Rock. In the championship game, Paul scored two goals.

Rabil set a team record for most loose balls in a season in 2010, scooping 153 in 16 National Lacrosse League games with the Washington Stealth.

Rabil was named to his second consecutive National Lacrosse League All-Star game in January 2012. He has been selected to every All-Star game he has played in since joining the NLL. Rabil was dealt with the Edmonton Rush in February 2012 in exchange for Athan Iannucci, but he refused to report to the Rush.

170 Games Played 657 Points 3061 Pt Goals 502 Pt Goals 251 Assists 25% Shot % 204 Groundballs 31 Power Play Goals 115 Turnovers

Paul Rabil Relationship status:

According to our information, in January of 2014, Paul Rabil married Kelly Berger. In 2017, they divorced.

Paul Rabil Net-Worth:

According to our database, Paul Rabil of the Philadelphia Wings is the first millionaire in lacrosse. According to our information, Rabil’s monthly income is unknown. According to our information, Rabils’ net worth ranges between $8 and $10 million.

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