Aubrey Paul Athlete Profile

Aubrey Paul

Height: 5-8 Roster Years: 2009-2013 Hometown: Sandy, UT Last School: Alta High School

Personal

  • Parents are David and Marci Paul
  • Has one brother and three sisters
  • Majoring in exercise science
  • Chose BYU because she loves the campus and the education it provides
  • It was her dream to play and represent BYU

Before BYU

  • Played at Alta High School under Karl Packer
  • Received high honor cords and honor roll
  • Lettered in tennis all four years
  • Lead team to its first state championship in school history in 2007
  • Repeated as state champion in 2008
  • Captained team in 2007, 2008
  • Ranked No. 5 in the Intermountain section
  • Won two sectional championships in doubles
  • Was ranked in the top 250 in the nation

Stats

Year Singles Doubles
2009-10 3-6 0-4
2010-11 17-13 14-12
2011-12 22-16 13-20
2012-13 20-10 15-12
Career 62-45 42-48


2009-2010 | Freshman Year

  • Represented BYU in two tournaments during the fall season
  • Notched a 3-3 singles record and 0-2 doubles record named to Academic All-MWC team

2010-2011 | Sophomore Year

  • Went 4-4 in singles and 3-1 in doubles with Elle Carney during fall tournament play
  • Recorded one singles victory and two doubles victories in the Memphis Winter Invitational
  • Won a career-best 17 singles matches in 2011
  • Recorded three singles win during conference play
  • Went 5-2 in doubles with Carney during conference play
  • Defeated Hertzberg and Mastromarino of TCU 8-2 with Carney in the quarterfinals of the MWC Tournament

2011-2012 | Junior Year

  • Went 12-5 in singles during the fall season, including an eight-match winning streak while posting an 8-2 doubles record
  • Accumulated a 22-17 singles record during the year, tied for most singles wins
  • Had singles wins against No. 75 SMU and No. 34 Saint Mary's

2012-2013 | Senior Year

  • Earned a 5-6 singles record during the fall season
  • Started the regular season with four straight wins
  • Recorded a seven-match win streak between March 14-30
  • Played exclusively at the No. 6 position and tallied a 15-4 singles record
  • Earned a 10-6 mark at the No. 3 doubles spot with Desiree Tran
  • Got singles victories against No. 51 San Diego and No. 43 Saint Mary's