The lacrosse world has its first million dollar many, according to Bloomberg.com.
It should come as no surprise that it’s Paul Rabil, thanks to an array of endorsement deals and more than 100,000 combined followers on Twitter and Facebook, coupled with an increase of 37% in lacrosse participation nationwide since 2008.
In a sidenote, Rabil, of course, is a former Johns Hopkins star, which also happens to be the alma mater of Michael Bloomberg, New York City mayor and the owner of Bloomberg.
In other headlines from this past week:
* Quint Kessenich’s Division I Top 63 in seven words or less for each team
* Midseason Division I men’s All-Americans
* Midseason Division I women’s player of the year watch
* First-year Marquette program can improve to .500 with win at Georgetown on Friday
* Hopkins looking to stay even-keeled during up-and-down stretch
* Maryland works on anger management
* Syracuse battles faceoff issues
* No. 1 Cortland improves to 7-0 by winning in double overtime vs. No. 3 RIT
* Bus driver in crash that killed Seton Hill women’s coach was not on drugs, alcohol
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