|Birth Day:||December 14, 1985|
|Birth Place:||Gaithersburg, United States|
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He won NCAA championships with the Blue Jays in 2005 and 2007.
Rabil was selected 1st overall by the Boston Cannons in the 2008 Major League Lacrosse Collegiate Draft. That year, he also competed in the MLL All-Star Game.
Rabil was drafted 1st overall in the 2008 National Lacrosse League entry draft. Paul was a part of the 2010 Washington Stealth National Lacrosse League Champion's Cup team, defeating the Toronto Rock. Paul scored 2 goals in the championship game.
In 2009, Rabil was named the MLL MVP and MLL Offensive Player of the Year.
In 2010, Rabil competed in his third consecutive All-Star team, and was named First-Team All-Pro.
In 2010, Rabil set the Washington Stealth team record for loose balls in a season, snagging 153 in 16 National Lacrosse League games.
In 2011, Rabil was named the MLL MVP and MLL Offensive Player of the Year for the second time. He also won the MLL Bud Light Skills Competition in 2011, making him the first player to have won both the Skills Competition and the MLL Fastest Shot competition. Many have named him the best lacrosse player in the world.
In 2012, Rabil was declared the MLL Offensive Player of the Year for the third time, tying the league record for most season-ending awards by a player. He also set the single-season points record (72) while playing midfield for the Boston Cannons.
In January 2012, Rabil was selected to his second consecutive National Lacrosse League All-Star game. Since entering the NLL, he has been selected to every All-Star game in each season he has played.
In February 2012, Rabil was traded to the Edmonton Rush in exchange for Athan Iannucci, but subsequently refused to report to the Rush. He was placed on the hold-out list and did not play the rest of the 2012 season.
On July 27, 2012 Rabil was traded to the Rochester Knighthawks for Jarrett Davis. After he did not report to training camp, he was traded along with three other players to the Philadelphia Wings for Dan Dawson, Paul Dawson, and a first round draft pick.
In 2014, Rabil was named to his seventh consecutive All-Star team, and named MLL First-Team All-Pro for the sixth consecutive year.
Paul Rabil married Kelly Berger in January 2014. They divorced in 2017. He is currently unmarried.
Rabil previously held the record for the world's fastest lacrosse shot at 111 mph. This was later broken by Zak Dorn at a competition in 2014.
On January 5, 2015, Rabil was traded to the New York Lizards, along with fellow midfielder Mike Stone for veteran Max Seibald and draft picks.
Rabil played in and started 12 out of the 14 regular season games. He had 24 goals, 15 assists, and three two-point goals in the regular season. On August 1, 2015, Rabil had two goals and two assists in a semifinal playoff games against the Boston Cannons. New York would win in overtime 16-15. On August 8, 2015, Rabil had three goals and three assists as the Lizards defeated the Rochester Rattlers 15-12 in the MLL Steinfeld Cup Championship game. This made Paul Rabil a two time Steinfeld Cup Champion as he finished off the season with a total of 29 goals and 20 assists. He was named the Coca-Cola Player of the Game MVP of the championship.
Paul has an older brother and a younger sister. In 2014, he married Kelly Berger.
Currently, Paul Rabil is 36 years, 8 months and 3 days old. Paul Rabil will celebrate 37th birthday on a Wednesday 14th of December 2022. Below we countdown to Paul Rabil upcoming birthday.