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Paul Rabil
Paul  Rabil


Gaithersburg, MD

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 225



Three Blue Jays Selected in 2018 MLL Draft

Tinney, Stanwick, Moreland Selected in 1st, 6th and 7th Rounds


Johns Hopkins-Rutgers Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays, Scarlet Knights Open Big Ten Play on Sunday Night


Johns Hopkins-Virginia Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays, Cavaliers to Meet for 93rd Time


Johns Hopkins-Princeton Men's Lacrosse Notes

Blue Jays, Tigers to Meet for 88th Time on Saturday Night at Homewood Field


Three Former Blue Jays Named to 2018 US National Team

Rabil, Durkin, Brown Selected to Play in 2018 FIL World Championships

Paul Rabil Statistically Speaking - Now has career totals of 75 goals and 53 assists for 128 points • Has 14 goals and 20 assists for 34 points in 10 NCAA Tournament games • 20 assists in the NCAA Tournament is already just one shy of JHU's career record (21, Kevin Boland) and 34 points are just six shy of JHU's career record (40, Mike O'Neill) • Has registered at least one point in 43 of 47 career games and has 35 multi-point games and 25 mulit-goal games.

2007: First Team USILA All-America selection for the second straight year and the MacLaughlin Award winner as the nation's top midfielder • Finalist for the Tewaaraton Trophy • Third Team ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America • Started all 17 games on JHU's first midfield and led the team in scoring with 27 goals and 26 assists for 53 points • 27 goals are a career-high and ranked second on the team, while 26 assists are also a career-high and led the team • First JHU player since Dan Denihan in 2000 with more than 25 goals and 25 assists and first midfielder to turn the trick since Brendan Schneck in 1980 • Ranked 20th in the nation in assists per game (1.53) and 31st in points per game (3.12) • Closed season with a 16-game point-scoring streak after being held scoreless in the season-opener against Albany • Bounced back from season-opener with a two-goal effort against Princeton that included the game-winning goal in the second overtime • After totaling four goals and one assist in four games got rolling for good with three goals and three assists in a 17-9 win at Syracuse • Career-high-tying six-point effort ignited an 11-game multi-point run that included 10 games with three or more points • Scored twice against Virginia and added one goal and two assists against North Carolina and Duke • Fueled the season-changing win for the Blue Jays with one goal and two assists in an 8-7 overtime win at Maryland • Became the first player in school history to score two overtime goals in one season when he fired home the game-winner 43 seconds into the extra session against the Terps • Totaled five goals and one assist in back-to-back wins over Navy and Towson and added a combined 11 points (6g, 5a) in back-to-back wins over Mount St. Mary's and Loyola to end the regular season • Jump-started four-game run of dominance in the NCAA Tournament with a two-goal, two-assist showing against Notre Dame in the first round and added three assists against Georgetown in the quarterfinals • Facing double and triple teams throughout the game, was limited to one goal in the NCAA Semifinals against Delaware • Saved one of the top individual performances by any player in the nation for the NCAA Championship game against Duke when he laid a one-goal, five-assist masterpiece on the Blue Devils to secure a spot on the NCAA All-Tournament Team • Assisted on the first two goals of the game for JHU and added two more assists before halftime as Hopkins sprinted to a 10-4 halftime lead • Halted Duke's 5-0 scoring run with a running right-handed laser just inside the far post to open the fourth quarter and established a JHU record for assists in a title game when he came up with a loose ball on a failed Duke clear and fed Kevin Huntley for what proved to be the game-winning goal with 3:25 remaining.

2006: Started all 14 games on JHU's first midfield and earned First Team STX/USILA All-America honors • First sophomore middie at JHU to earn First Team AA since A.J. Haugen in 1998 • Only field player and one of just two non-seniors in the nation to earn First Team All-America • Was also one of the final 25 nominees for the 2006 Tewaaraton Award • Led the team in scoring with 25 goals and 13 assists for 38 points • Ranked second on the team in goals and assists and tied for the team lead with four extra-man goals • Added 27 ground balls • Totaled five goals and added two assists in the first three games of the season (Albany, Princeton, UMBC) with a three-goal showing against Albany to open the season • Scored one goal and had one assist against Virginia a week after matching career high with a four-goal effort in the win over Syracuse (Scored three goals in the first quarter to help JHU to an early 8-1 lead over the Orange) • Scored one goal and added two assists against North Carolina and came back with three goals and one assist against Mount St. Mary's • Scored one goal and added one assist in the win over Navy • Unassisted goal midway through the fourth quarter against the Midshipmen gave JHU its first lead (8-7) and later assisted on Kevin Huntley's game-winner with 5:07 remaining • Scored two goals and added two assists and three ground balls in the win over Towson • Both goals against the Tigers were extra-man goals and came - along with one of his assists - during a 7-3 Hopkins run that turned a 4-4 tie into an 11-7 lead • Scored two goals and added one assist in the win over Loyola • Ignited JHU's 13-3 win over Penn in the first round of the NCAA Tournament with two goals, two assists and four ground balls • Scored twice in the first half to help JHU build a 4-2 halftime lead and assisted on JHU's first two goals of the second half to extend the lead to 6-2 (Penn was never closer than four the rest of the way) • Closed season with a four-goal, one-assist masterpiece against Syracuse in the NCAA Quarterfinals • Four-goal effort marked his third straight four-goal showing against the Orange.

2005: Enjoyed a tremendous rookie campaign and earned Third Team STX/USILA All-America honors to become the first freshman at JHU to earn All-America honors since 1993 (Milford Marchant) • Finished second on the team in goals (23), assists (14) and points (37) • Registered at least one point in 15 of JHU's 16 games • 37 points on the year is the second-highest total ever by a JHU freshman midfielder and the most by a JHU freshman regardless of position since 1992 • Enjoyed a breakout game with a four-goal effort to fuel a stunning 12-11 come-from-behind win at Syracuse • Added three goals in a 7-5 win at North Carolina and two goals and an assist in an 11-6 win at Maryland • Scored two goals and a personal-best four assists for a career-high six points against Marist in the first round of the NCAA Tournament • Dished out three assists, including one on Benson Erwin's game-winning goal in overtime, in the NCAA Semifinals against Virginia • Scored two goals against Duke in the NCAA Championship game, including one that jump-started a 3-0 game-ending run that sealed the national championship.

At DeMatha: Lettered in basketball, lacrosse and track • Led lacrosse team to three WCAC Championships and a four-year record of 49-16 • Totaled 288 career points, including a combined 80 goals and 73 assists over final two seasons • Two-time lacrosse All-American and a two-time Maryland All-State selection • C. Markland Kelly Award finalist in 2003 and 2004 • Three-time All-WCAC selection.

Personal: Paul J. Rabil • The son of Allan and Jean Rabil • Born December 14, 1985 • Political science major with a minor in entrepreneurship and management.