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College Crosse Prospectus: Rabil breaks MLL points record; Rush win NLL Cup

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GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOD MORNING, College Crosse Nation! Thanks for making us a part of your day! Here’s everything you need to know for June 10, 2018.

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New York Lizards midfielder and former Johns Hopkins great (and good friend of the site) Paul Rabil broke John Grant Jr.’s all-time MLL points record of 541 points with a six point night, despite a loss to the Florida Launch.

Rabil spoke about it after the game:

He took to Twitter after the game to thank his teammates and family on his journey so far. A true team player.

Up north in Canada, the Saskatchewan Rush defeated the Rochester Knighthawks, 15-10, in Game 3 of the NLL Finals to win their third NLL Cup in four years!

With four goals in the game, Jeff Shattler was named NLL Cup MVP. He finished with eight goals and seven assists in the playoffs. They’ll celebrate the championship later today.

Notre Dame is back home.

As the college season enters the second week of the offseason, coaches are out recruiting! Some are running into me (although I’m not recruiting).

Bear Davis has a new look. Compared to his old self, it’s kinda weird.

In my area, Manheim Township, from Lancaster, defeated my alma mater, La Salle, to win the first ever PIAA Boys’ Lacrosse State Championship from outside of the Greater Philadelphia area. A huge moment for lacrosse in the state:

Philly Jawns

The Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles joined Kenny Chesney on stage last night at the Linc.

World News

Donald Trump is in Singapore to get ready for his historic summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

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