All-Major League Lacrosse Team for 2012 Announced

A five-year MLL veteran, Rabil has scored 133 goals, including 28 two-point markers, with 85 assists in 56 career games. He has tallied at least 50 points in three of his five MLL seasons.

While leading the Chesapeake Bayhawks to a 10-4 record and the second seed in the playoffs, Dixon had a record-setting season and finished the year as the fourth-leading scorer in the MLL with 48 points. He set the MLL single-season record by tallying 15 two-point goals, including a record-tying three two-point goals against Ohio on May 5. He also tallied a pair of two-point goals three other times.

Dixon, who tallied at least 20 goals for the fourth time in his seven-year MLL career, also became the MLL's all-time leader in two-point goals, finishing the season with 47 career two-point markers. Led by Dixon, the Bayhawks set an MLL record by scoring 28 two-point goals in 14 games.

A three-time All-MLL Team selection, Dixon has scored 118 goals, including 47 two-point markers, with 68 assists in 77 career games.

Acquired by the Long Island Lizards at the 2012 MLL Collegiate Draft, Seibald had his best season this year by leading the Lizards with 39 points. In 13 games, the former Cornell University standout scored a career-high 24 goals, including four two-point goals, with 11 assists. He led the Lizards to a victory over Hamilton on July 21 by scoring two goals with three assists. In addition, Seibald tallied four goals against Denver on May 12 and against Ohio on June 1.

A two-time selection to the All-MLL Team, Seibald has scored 65 goals, including 11 two-point markers, with 22 assists in 41 career games.

Named as the Warrior MLL Defensive Player of the Year, Zink played in 13 games while helping the Denver Outlaws claim their first MLL regular season title since 2009. He recorded 17 ground balls, including a season-high three ground balls in a win over Rochester on June 16.

A nine-year MLL veteran, Zink has played in 103 career games and has recorded 211 ground balls. He helped the Baltimore Bayhawks win the 2005 MLL Championship and has played in 12 or more regular season games in six of his nine seasons.

Named to the All-MLL Team for the seventh consecutive year, Merrill ranked third in the MLL with 96 ground balls in 13 games while contributing four goals, including a two-point marker, and six assists for the Hamilton Nationals. He had a season-high 11 ground balls at Chesapeake on June 16 and also against Ohio on July 13. In addition, he tallied a season-high two assists at Charlotte in a June 2 victory while posting a goal with an assist at Long Island on July 21.

A six-time selection as the Warrior Defensive Player of the Year, Merrill holds the MLL record with 620 career ground balls while scoring 39 goals, including three two-point markers, with 66 assists in 91 career games.

Named to the All-MLL Team for the first time in his career, Hartzell scored 11 goals, including nine two-point markers, with an assist in 14 games for the Ohio Machine while contributing a career-high 60 ground balls. He led all defensemen in scoring with 21 points while his nine two-point goals ranked second among all MLL players.

A graduate of Salisbury University, Hartzell tallied a season-high three goals, including a pair of two-point markers, against Charlotte on June 23 and also had two goals, including a two-point marker, against Denver on June 9. On July 4 at Denver, he recorded a season-high 11 ground balls.

A five-year MLL veteran, Hartzell has tallied 162 ground balls in 53 career games. In addition, he has scored 15 goals, including 11 two-point markers, with three assists.

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