Paul Cantabene Inducted to the Inaugural Pro Lacrosse Hall of Fame
Paul Cantabene, head coach for Stevenson Men’s lacrosse and coach for HLC 2028, was recently announced as an inductee to the Inaugural Pro Lacrosse Hall of Fame.
As a 3x MLL Champion, Cantabene has certainly left his mark in the lacrosse community. He played college lacrosse at Loyola University of Maryland, where he played midfield and mastered his faceoff skills. After college, he was drafted to the MLL and played for six seasons. He finished his career with a .59 face-off percentage, winning 634 out of 1075 total faceoffs, 60 goals, and 24 assists.
Now, Cantabene continues to instill the love for the game as head coach at Stevenson University and HLC Lacrosse.
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