Made three appearances, playing in the final minute of home wins against Montana State (Dec. 21), Oregon State (Feb. 12) and No. 10 Arizona (Feb. 26) ... in the first two games, he did not record any statistics ... but in the 71-49 win over the Wildcats, he scored the last men's basket in Pauley Pavilion before it closed for renovation, grabbing an offensive rebound off of an errant Jack Haley shot and put it in ... it was the first points of his career ... POSTSEASON HONORS: UCLA Faculty Athletic Representative Award/Academic Achievement and Team Contribution (shared with Brendan Lane).
Made one appearance ... played in the final minute of the John R. Wooden Classic at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., in the Bruins' loss to Mississippi State (Dec. 12) ... missed his only field goal attempt, a three-pointer, against the Bulldogs.
Made one appearance without any starts as a walk-on for the Bruins, playing a total of one minute on the season ... he played in the final minute of the John R. Wooden Classic at Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif., in the Bruins' win over DePaul (Dec. 13) ... missed his only field goal attempt, a three-pointer, against the Blue Demons ... did not record any other statistics.
Was a one-year varsity letterwinner under head coach Christian Aurand at Simi Valley High School ... averaged 3.4 ppg, 2.0 rpg and 2.5 apg his senior season in 20 games ... helped lead Simi Valley to a 26-2 record, including a perfect 14-0 mark in Miramonte League play ... shot at a 30.2 percent clip from three-point range, sinking 16-of-53 treys ... as a sophomore, earned all-tournament honors at the Buena Tournament ... was named recipient of the Marmonte Champs Coaches Award each of his first three years at Simi Valley.
Full name: Paul Tyler Trapani (prefers Tyler) ... born in West Hills, Calif., on May 6, 1990 ... parents are Paul and Cathleen Trapani ... has one younger brother, Cameron ... his great-grandfather is the late legendary UCLA head coach, John R. Wooden ... lists former NBA star Michael Jordan as the professional athlete he most admires ... majoring in history.