• The San Jose Stealth’s Paul Rabil was spotted at Santa Clara University on January 8th working out with the Men’s Club Lacrosse team. Head coach Gary Podesta had set up this clinic with Rabil in hopes of it getting his team serious about the upcoming season. “We asked what it takes to on an individual basis for a college program to go to the next level and who better at that than Paul with all that he has accomplished over the last four years at John Hopkins,” Podesta said. This is Rabil

  • They are big and strong and they are some of the most valuable players in the National Lacrosse League. Yet, defensemen don’t get nearly the recognition they deserve. The shooters and the goaltenders get most of the glory after sweat-soaked pads are hung in dressing room stalls after the games. Score five goals and your name is in headlines. Stop five and not a word is written to laud the performance. That’s just the way it is. ``The guys who get the press are the guys who run the floor and

  • Stealth Lacrosse Insider premieres on NBC Bay Area this Saturday, January 17 at 3:00pm. The show features game highlights from the Stealth and around the NLL, behind the scenes footage with Stealth stars, interviews with the coaching staff, “Lacrosse 101” and much more. On the first edition of Stealth Lacrosse Insider, Captain Colin Doyle sits down with host Dan Dibley of KNBR to recap last weekend’s action and preview the upcoming matchup with Gary Gait and the Rochester Knighthawks. Head

  • Catch the Stealth action this weekend as they take on Rochester at the HP Pavilion on January 18 at 5:30pm (PST). The Stealth look to pick up their first win against a Knighthawks squad featuring all-time great Gary Gait. Gait scored five goals in his return to the NLL on his way to Player of the Week honors last weekend. Colin Doyle and Jeff Zywicki have combined for 22 points in the Stealth's first two games and continue to be one of the most lethal offensive combos in the game. Rhys Duch has

  • If there's one thing to take from the first two games of the San Jose Stealth's 2009 season is that this team isn't one that's going to go away quietly. The Calgary Roughecks and Minnesota Swarm, San Jose's most recent opponents, can attest to that, coming away with wins that were anything but handed to them on a silver platter. The Stealth had allowed a run of unanswered goals and some uncharacteristic turnovers to find itself down by at least five halftime points in each game, but solid goalie

  • It was a quick turnaround for the San Jose Stealth, who played their season opener one night ago before traveling to St. Paul, Minn., to face West Division foe Minnesota Swarm for a 7:00pm (CST). An early first half deficit proved too much to overcome, as the Stealth remains winless after a 10-7 defeat at the hands of the Swarm. The Swarm scored the first six goals of the game and held the Stealth scoreless over 22 minutes into the action. In their last game against the Calgary Roughnecks, San J

  • The San Jose Stealth opened their 2009 season with a 12-10 loss to the Calgary Roughnecks on January 9 at the HP Pavilion. Scott Ranger sealed the victory with seventeen seconds left to stifle a Stealth comeback that brought the hosts within one late in the fourth quarter. Both teams struggled to mount much of an attack in the first quarter and turnovers were an issue, particularly on the Stealth side of the ball. The turnovers resulted in more chances for the visiting Roughnecks, who outshot th

  • Here we go. Training camp is over and the chase for the Champion’s Cup is on. The San Jose Stealth get the 2009 National Lacrosse League regular season underway with a pair of West Division games on January 9 and 10. The Stealth take on the Calgary Roughnecks at the HP Pavilion on Friday night at 7:30pm, then travel to Minnesota the next day for a 5:00pm (PST) game in Minneapolis. The games will be broadcast live on the NLL Network at With a number of offseason acquisitions and a stro

  • Hey there Stealth fans, My name is Paul Rabil and I’m a first year guy at this awesome franchise in San Jose. I’ll warn you, this first blog, be it disastrous and disorganized, but slightly informative, will hopefully leave you wanting to come back for more…my background blog. Graduated in May from Johns Hopkins where I was fortunate enough to play for very talented teams, as a midfielder, for four straight years of my life. My sophomore and junior years we won the Division 1 National Cham

  • California lacrosse fans are in for a treat because some of the best rookies in the sport are pulling on Stealth uniforms for the new NLL season. Paul Rabil, Rhys Duch, Will Dalton, Kyle Hartzell, Brett Manney, Alex Turner and Mike Doneger are all on the 23-man roster. The Stealth play their season opener at the HP Pavilion against the Calgary Roughnecks on Friday, Jan. 9, and all the young legs should make them one of the fastest teams in the 12-team league. Paul Rabil was the second pick and D

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