Lacrosse World Mourns Callum Robinson: What Happened to Callum Robinson?

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Numerous sources state that Callum Robinson, a 33-year-old defender from Perth, Australia, has vanished in Mexico. The Airbnb they reserved on Sunday in Baja California, Mexico—roughly a 45-minute drive from San Diego, California—did not receive him, his brother Jake, or their buddy Jack Carter Rhoad.

Callum Robinson Lacrosse Missing:

Callum Robinson, a former lacrosse player for Stevenson University and a professional, was discovered dead in Mexico on Friday, along with his brother and an additional companion, according to Mexican authorities.

Robinson, his brother Jake, and his buddy Jack Carter Rhoad vanished last weekend while camping and surfing on the Baja California coast of Mexico. Mexican officials found their remains on Friday during a search.

The Life and Career of Callum Robinson:

Robinson, 33, attended Sacred Heart College in Perth, Australia, where he graduated in 2008 after being born and reared. He represented the Wembley Lacrosse Club in Australian club lacrosse.

At Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia in 2013, Robinson started every game for the Stevenson Mustangs, who finished 22-2 and defeated RIT 16-14 to win the NCAA Division III national title. In addition to leading the club with 35 forced turnovers and ranking fourth with 73 ground balls, he finished the season with three goals and two assists from his defensive position. Robinson started 41 games throughout the following two seasons, helping the team reach the 2014 and 2015 NCAA Tournament quarterfinals.

2015 saw Robinson recognized as the Middle Atlantic Conference Men’s Lacrosse Scholar-Athlete of the Year and an Academic All-American by the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association.

In a statement, Paul Cantabene, the men’s lacrosse coach at Stevenson, stated, “We have so many special memories of Cal.” The amusing thing about him was that he got along with everyone and was everyone’s closest buddy. However, he had difficulty in the field. Large, quick, stiff, and simply excellent. We are all incredibly grateful that he has been in our lives.

The Chesapeake Bayhawks selected Robinson with the 27th choice in the Major League Lacrosse draft after he graduated from Stevenson in 2015. Later, in 2019 and 2020, he played for Atlas in the Premier Lacrosse League and the Atlanta Blaze of the MLL.

According to a news statement, the league’s co-founders, Paul and Mike Rabil, “the PLL family and entire lacrosse world are crushed by the awful passing of Callum Robinson, Jake Robinson, and Jack Carter Rhoad.” “We extend our hearts, prayers, and support to the families of Callum, Jake, and Jack, as well as the Robinson and Rhoad families during these unbearably trying times.”

Debra Robinson, the mother of the missing Australians, made a plea for assistance in finding her kids on a local community Facebook group on Wednesday. Callum and Jake, according to Robinson, haven’t been in contact since April 27. According to their reservation, they were staying in Rosarito, a neighboring city. Callum, one of Robinson’s sons, has diabetes.

Three Individuals were Detained on Suspicion of a Crime:

“The bodies were discovered during the search for the missing men,” stated the Baja California state prosecutor’s office. Additionally, it said that three suspects in the disappearance of the men had been taken into custody on suspicion of a crime similar to abduction. They were not sure if they would be charged with anything else.

In a statement, the office stated that three remains had been discovered south of Ensenada. Because they had been found in an area with limited access, they had to be collected in collaboration with other authorities during a specialized operation.

According to the office, “this was done as part of the search for two Australians and one American who was reported missing.”

The lonely beachside location where the missing men’s truck and tents were recovered on an isolated stretch of coast on Thursday was close to the place where the remains were found near the township of Santo Tomás.

“We are aware of those reports (of bodies) and are closely monitoring the situation,” the US State Department stated. As of right now, we have nothing else to say.

Attorney General of Baja California María Elena Andrade Ramírez revealed that evidence connected the three persons under question about the missing foreigners to what was discovered alongside the abandoned tents.

“On Thursday, Andrade Ramírez stated that a working team of investigators was at the location where they were last seen, where tents and other evidence that could be linked to these three people we have under investigation were found.” “We cannot make a great deal of crucial information public.”

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