Zak Dorn is nothing but a lax bro. He works at a lacrosse store in Chicago, where in his free time he whips lacrosse balls into a makeshift goal.

And the other night, during Major League Lacrosse All-Star festivities, Dorn walked onto the field and fired the fastest shot ever recorded in lax history. What a bro.

Here's more on the Rookie of the Year-ish performance, from the Baltimore Sun:

Showing a powerful, precise windup and release, Zak Dorn, of Cary, Ill., won the Fastest Shot Competition with a stunning 116 mph howitzer that broke former Loyola Maryland player Mike Sawyer's world record of 114 mph from last year's event. Dorn's shot, which came seconds after a 114 mph laser that beat all four of the night's Team MLL entrants, earned him a $1,000 check from MLL commissioner David Gross.

Dorn's feat is amazing, yes. But it also begs the question: What the fuck is Major League Lacrosse doing letting some backwards-hat wearing bro who works retail beat their best players at a fastest shot comp?