Lacrosse legend Paul Rabil began the second leg of his 2017 United States mini-camp tour in the Big Apple, where he paid a visit to PS 149 in Harlem to support Harlem Lacrosse‘s efforts to uplift at-risk children through lacrosse.
Next, Rabil and his team took a short drive across the East River to the lacrosse mecca of Long Island.
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For the third official stop on the Rabil Tour, the bearded one took advantage of a bye weekend for MLL’s NY Lizards to hold a lacrosse camp at their home field on the campus of Hofstra University.
Continuing to build on the tour’s momentum, Long Island had over 300 players and parents show up for the event.
Phillip Casey was named Camp Champ, while Preston Cassano, Luke Rohrman, Nick Lorris were awarded Fastest Shot honors, and Brandon Cruz, David Fadipe and Tyler Rummel received Braveheart designations.
[fusion_title size=”4″]PAUL RABIL TOUR: BOSTON[/fusion_title]
On Sunday, May 28, over 400 players and parents descended upon Boston University’s New Balance field for the first sold-out Rabil Tour stop. The event came in the middle of the NCAA Final Four, and the energy from lacrosse’s biggest stage could be felt onsite – an hour away from the collegiate action at Gillette Stadium.
In Boston, Will Stockwell was named Camp Champ and also got a Fastest Shot award along with Kevin Dan and Thatcher Bernstein. Nick Waterman, Anthony Dicenso and Avery Michalak received Braveheart honors, while Eliot King was tops in Freestyle.
Next up for the Rabil Tour; Denver, Colorado on June 25 and Charlotte, North Carolina on July 16.