Day In The Life: Paul Rabil

This piece captures how unique landscape of professional lacrosse and won the Communicator Award (also known as the Telly award). Tasked with originating an idea for our client, Warrior Lacrosse, I planned a video series that highlighted their top athlete and gave our audience a behind the scenes look at the life of the first million dollar athlete in professional lacrosse. It was my task to hire the crew, direct the overall plan and conduct the interview segments. I oversaw the project from beginning to end, including spending time in the editing room for guidance to best serve Warrior. 


Mike Loveday

I started my journalism career in college as an entertainment writer and eventually moved into the Sports Editor position. After graduation I worked as a Stringer for the Wilmington Star-News and covered Track & Field and Lacorsse. After eight months I was hired as a General Assignment Reporter for the Topsail Voice. In 2006, I was hired by Student Sports as a general assignment writer and moved into the role of Editor for Purchased by ESPN in July 2008, Student Sports relaunched as and I was promoted to the Contact Sports Editor in charge of football and lacrosse. In 2009, I took over lacrosse full-time. I am currently the Founder and COO of and the Mid-Atlantic reporter for US Lacrosse and where I manage the Nike/US Lacrosse Top 25 voting panel and a staff of four freelance journalists.