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1 Matt Rambo

2023 U.S. Men's Senior Team Roster




Glenside, Pa.


Lasalle College


Maryland '17

Big personality, bigger producer

Matt Rambo has become a fan favorite in the PLL for his candid and humorous takes whenever he's mic'ed up. More importantly, he's one of the best attackers in the sport.

Rambo helped ended Maryland's 42-year title drought when he won the Tewaaraton Award after leading the Terps to the 2017 NCAA championship.

More championships followed. After playing two years with the Charlotte Hounds in the MLL, Rambo was the PLL MVP and Offensive Player of the Year in helping the Whipsnakes win the inaugral league championship in 2019. In the COVID-shortened PLL Championship Series in 2020, Rambo again led the Whipsnakes to the title with league-leading totals of 18 assists and 25 points.

Rambo has also played four seasons with his hometown Philadelphia Wings in the NLL, topping 50 points in three of his four seasons. He played on the 2019 U.S. box team, winning a bronze medal.

U.S. Team
  • Playing on first U.S. senior team
  • Won a bronze medal with 2019 U.S. box team
  • Had four goals and five assists in four games in 2019 box world championship
  • Tewaaraton Award (2017)
  • Two-time USILA All-American (1st team in 2017, 2nd team in 2016)
  • Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year (2017)
  • Three-time NCAA all-tournament team (2015, 2016, 2017)
  • Set Maryland career records with career goals (155) and points (257)
  • First Maryland player with 40 goals and 40 assists in same season
  • First Maryland player with 100 goals and 100 assists in his career
  • Had 62 points in NCAA tournament games for Maryland in his career, a school record
  • Began career with MLL's Charlotte Hounds, scoring a career-best 47 points in 2018
  • MVP and Offensive Player of the Year in PLL in 2019 (19g, 23a), helping Whipsnakes to league title
  • Led PLL in assists (18) and points (25) in PLL Championship Series in 2020, helping Whipsnakes win another title
  • PLL all-star in 2022 when he had 21 goals, his best single-season total in the PLL
  • Has scored 204 points in four NLL seasons with Philadelphia, topping 50 points three times.