The Rumble have added four new players to their roster, all of whom will be active for their upcoming cross-divisional matchup with the Dogfish.
 
The New York Rumble have called up four players to their active roster for the second half of the 2016 season.
 
Paul Klimkowski #32 – Klimkowski is a young, but polished handler coming out of Temple University. In high school, Klimkowski played for Pennsbury High School, Devyl, and later on U-20 Team USA.
 
Casey Startzell  #22 – Startzell is a pro-experienced hybrid player who can make athletic plays. Startzell played for Pennsbury, eventually leading them to an Eastern Championship as the team’s captain in 2009.  Following his time at Pennsbury, Startzell spent his college years playing at Florida Atlantic University.
 
Justin “Chalky” Carter #27 – Carter is a high energy player with two years of MLU experience, Carter joins the Rumble having spent 2013-2014 with the Spinners. Carter’s game fits the professional field perfectly, as his athleticism and big throws allows him to cover bigger spaces. Carter is coming directly from Lehigh University’s impressive run to Regionals and currently plays for the club team Garden State.
 
Kyle “Teddy” Fischer #35 – Fischer is an athletic defender who has a knack for making big plays in big spots. With great disc sense and a positive attitude, Fischer will be a welcome addition to the Rumble’s young team. Fischer used his dynamic cutting to succeed on the field as he played a major roll in Lehigh University’s deep run at Regionals this year.
 
Tune in to MLU Live this Saturday (May 14) 6pm ET/3pm PT to see the Rumble take on the San Francisco Dogfish in MLU’s first ever cross-divisional matchup.

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