|Height / Weight:|
5-11 / 170
A smart, steady defender ... served as co-captain of the Cape Cod Crusaders in the 2002 Premier Development League, playing a key role in the team's run to the national title.
As a Junior (2002)
Earned All-BIG EAST third-team honors ... received the Thomas McElroy Award at the team?s annual awards banquet ? started at sweeper in all 22 matches he played ... registered one goal and four assists on the year, three of which came on corner kicks ... tied up BC?s NCAA Tournament third-round game against SMU at 4-4 when he scored his first BC goal on a corner kick ... also scored the first of the Eagles? two goals in the ensuing shoot-out, which they won, 2-1 ... set up Guy Melamed?s OT gamewinner in BC?s 2-1 win over Brown (Oct. 30) ... picked up the assist on Casey Schmidt?s game-winning goal in the Eagles? 2-0 BIG EAST Championship quarterfinal-round win over Georgetown ... recorded an assist on Pat Haggerty?s goal that gave BC a 2-0 lead over Rutgers (Nov. 4); the Eagles went on to win 3-2.
As a Sophomore (2001)
An All-BIG EAST second team selection ? started all 17 games he played ? played most of the season at left back, but also saw time in the midfield ? recorded one assist on the season ? on Chris Cleary?s goal against West Virginia (Oct. 14) ? missed the Brown (Oct. 31) game with an accumulated yellow-card suspension.
As a Freshman (1999)
Played his freshman year at Providence College ? started all 17 of the Friars' games at center midfield ? scored one goal and had two assists on the season ? recorded a point in his first collegiate game (against Boston College) on Kevin Jones' goal in the first half ? added his second assist against Syracuse ? scored his first career goal in the final game of the season against Dartmouth in the first half.
Was an All-New England selection out of Weymouth High ? scored 20 goals and added 10 assists in his senior season ? voted to the all-state team and was also an Eastern Massachusetts all-star selection ? a two-time Bay State League all-star ? captained Weymouth in his senior year ? was a member of two of Weymouth's state champion teams ? also participated in track and tennis at Weymouth ? in his senior year, was the tennis team's captain and team MVP.
Enrolled in the College of Arts & Sciences ? Paul is the third of Paul and Beth Chase's four children ? born August 4, 1981.
Year GP GS G A Pts. Shots
1999* 17 17 1 2 4 8
2001 17 17 0 1 1 10
2002 22 22 1 4 6 11
Totals** 39 39 1 5 7 21
* - at Providence College
** - Boston College totals only