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DeMatha alum, PLL founder Paul Rabil delivers speech for alma mater's seniors

DeMatha alum, PLL founder Paul Rabil delivers speech for alma mater's seniors

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, athletes across the globe have experienced cancellations of their respective seasons. These decisions have left a lot of high school seniors, particularly, void of a proper senior day send-off.  

On Wednesday afternoon, Dematha Catholic alum, and co-founder and player of the Premier Lacrosse League, Paul Rabil did his best to keep the Stags seniors in high spirits via a video message for #VirtualSeniorDay.

"I know the mantra this season was 'win every day,'" Rabil said. "You were only two games into the season but you were certainly going to win the WCAC Championship, we all know that."

Rabil took the time to individually recognize every Stag senior: he gave their name, accomplishments, post-high school plans, and delivered a special message.

During his three years at DeMatha (2002-2004), Rabil led the lacrosse team to three Washington Catholic Athletic Conference Championships, totaled 288 career points, earned two All-American selections and was named the Washington Post's Player of the Year

As you may know, there's one phrase every Stag, present or former, must utter at the end of any address they give. 

Take it away, Paul.

"As a proud alumnus, all I have to say is: 'One DeMatha, Go Stags!'"

In The Loop: Delle Donne sees WNBA ring for first time, Derrick Henry's hill workouts

In The Loop: Delle Donne sees WNBA ring for first time, Derrick Henry's hill workouts

First up in our look around the sports world, the wait is over for Washington Mystics fans. Elena Delle Donne gave us a look at what the teams WNBA championship ring looks like. Her reaction to seeing it for the first time is priceless, let's run it back again ladies!

 

 

Next up, everybody meet Mia. A future hockey star in the making, check out this focus and coordination! I don't know about you, but I would break an ankle if I even attempted this.

 

 

Lastly, Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry is out here giving opponents a first look at what’s coming in 2020. These uphill drills are no joke, I’m sure a few Baltimore Ravens fans are triggered by this.

 

 

In The Loop: Hollywood Brown's uphill workouts, NBA 2K announces cover athlete

In The Loop: Hollywood Brown's uphill workouts, NBA 2K announces cover athlete

First up in our look around the sports world, Baltimore Ravens receiver Hollywood Brown is at it again with his insane workouts. He’s doing full out sprints up hill, making his way up on one leg, I mean c'mon this should make your legs burn just watching!

Next up, say hello to your NBA 2K21 cover athlete Trail Blazers' Damian Lillard. NBA 2K announced the news earlier today and if your wondering how Lillard is celebrating? Working out obviously, the grind never stops.

Lastly, prepare yourself for a cuteness overload. When he’s not scoring goals, Colorado Avalanche forward Gabriel Landeskog's other favorite hobby is playing the trombone using his little girl. I must say, this is very innovative!