2006 -- Played in all 38 matches, and set career bests in every offensive category ... Ranked second on the team in points scored at 474.0 and third in points per game at 3.59 ... Ranked in a tie for seventh in MPSF digs per game at 2.08 ... Set career bests of 22 points, 18 kills and five total blocks vs. LBS (1/7) ... Recorded six double-doubles during the season, including one vs. UH (4/22) with 11 kills, 11 digs ... Recorded five block assists vs. Penn State in the NCAA finals ... 2006 Elephant Bar All-Tournament selection ... UCLABruins.com Student-Athlete of the Week for May 1.
2005 -- Played in nine matches and 17 games, both career bests ... Against BYU (1/28), he recorded 10 kills and 11 points, both career-highs ... Against CS Northridge (1/8), he recorded seven kills and two block assists ... Recorded a career-high of four total blocks vs. Rutgers-Newark (3/16) ... Spiked four kills off the bench vs. UCSB (2/4) and three kills vs. USC (1/21).
2004 -- Played in two matches and two games as a redshirt freshman ... Recorded one kill, an ace and a dig vs. UCSC (2/4).
2003 -- Redshirted the season.
High School -- Four-time letterman in volleyball and football at Chatsworth HS ... In volleyball, he played for Coach Greg Saltzberg and in football for Coach Bill Coon ... In volleyball, he was a three-time All-City, all-league and team MVP ... Also served as team captain two seasons ... Led his team to the 2002 L.A. City title ... In football, he lettered one season as a receiver.
Personal -- Has three older sisters ... Sister Melinda ran cross-country and graduated from UCLA in 1997 ... Chose UCLA for its "academic excellence and volleyball tradition" ... Enjoys volleyball for its tempo and team play ... Lists his biggest thrills as winning the 2002 L.A. City title and signing with UCLA ... Favorite academic class is English ... Full name is Paul Edward George ... English major.