|Hometown:||Chapel Hill, NC|
|High School:||Chapel Hill|
As a Sophomore in 2004: Had a breakout year, leading to First Team All-Ivy and All-New England honors...Also named Second Team All-North East...Took part in New England Collegiate All-Star game at Fenway Park...Played and started in 41 games...Second in league and first for the Bears with 11 homeruns...Led the team and was second in the league with 47 runs scored...Third in batting with a .349 average...Tied for third on the team in hits with 51...Fourth on the team with 11 doubles...Had a perfect year in the outfield, not making any errors on 71 putouts and two assists...Had a grand slam against Columbia on 4/3, posting a total of six RBI in the game...Strung together 15 multi-hit games.
As a Freshman in 2003: Played in 43 games, starting 39...Batted .292 with 33 hits, 22 runs and 20 RBI...Finished third on the team in RBI...Recorded nine doubles, two triples and a team-high (tied) five home runs...Went 3-4 in Ivy opener against Princeton on 4/5, knocking in four runs, including a three-run homer.
High School: A graduate of Chapel Hill High School where he lettered in baseball for four years...Also lettered in soccer for three years and football for one year...Earned MVP honors for the baseball team both his sophomore and junior years...A Three-Time All-Conference selection in baseball...Led the conference in both homeruns with seven and batting average at .480...A member of the National Honor Society.
Personal: The son of Bill Christian and Nancy Duncan, Paul has two siblings, Perry and Alex...Concentrating in Business Economics.